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I know this sounds impossibly weird, but you will just have to try for yourself. The love of my life taught me this recipe and it has swiftly replaced a long-time favorite food of mine, macaroni and cheese, and reigns top rank!
Boil the Top Ramen per the package directions without adding the sauce packet and leaving the noodles al Dente (shorten the cooking time). Drain the noodles and place in a bowl. (reserve a small amount of the cooking liquid in case your noodles are too dry) Add the peanut butter and mayo and 1 of the sauce packets from the Top Ramen (I like to add them both, but to cut down on salt and msg, one will do fine). Stir well. Add the other optional ingredients, stir again, and enjoy! My boyfriends wraps all this up in a flour tortilla...my, I just pig it down plain!
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KendraCooks 2y agoI used queso fresco instead of the mayonaise. It was a cool idea, and it tasted great! I liked it alot, If I have it again, I might try the mayonnaise but I feel kinda sqeamish about it!
Pennijj 3y agoEqual parts mayo and pb make a dressing found in many Japanese restaurants, tasty! Some toasted sesame seeds add a little texture. Great recipe and always have ramen in the pantry!! :)
mistypowers 3y agoThis would probably be better without the mayonnaise, but it's pretty nasty with.
MayaAdkins 4y agoIt is so good! I used tuna and canned green peas! I will definitely going to make it again. Thank you!
ssisheila 4y agoYummy & easy. I share this recipe with everyone!
nicklenick2 5y agoWas skeptical at first but I just made it and its AMAZING
matahari77 7y agoTry not to overcook the noodles because when you stir in the peanut butter and mayo they tend to break up too much if overcooked. I use a little bit of the reserved liquid as I like mine a bit wetter than my boyfriend. [I posted this recipe.]