This is the most ridiculously easy recipe known to man kind. It is named for a former neighbor from NAB Little Creek named Ivy. She was from the Philippines and one of the most hospitable people I have ever known. She would make something fabulous at least once a week and open her doors to the neighborhood. Her Pancit was to die for! It brings back some really wonderful memories from our Navy days.
Celebrate the Feast!
Miss Ivy's Noodles
3 packages Beef Ramen Noodles
(using only two of the flavor packets)
a dash of sesame oil
2 raw eggs (scrambled in a bowl)
1 teaspoon soy sauce (add in w/eggs)
1 bunch of green onions, chopped finely
Follow directions on package to make noodles. Add in sesame oil. Once noodles are done, add in raw egg and stir through. They will cook in the hot water. Add in green onions. Serve hot.
Labels: asian food, In the Kitchen, noodles, soup