This recipe came from my Aunt Riita. She taught my mom, my mom taught me...I will now share it with you!
For my family of 6 at home, these are my portions:
8 bags of BEEF Top Ramen 7 medium zucchini - peeled, cut in half lengthwise and cut chunky 1 pound cooked/browned ground beef About 4 cups of water
In large sauce pan, put the water, then crumble up the Top Ramen, put the noodles in the pan. Add the cooked/browned ground beef. Open all the season packets, add to the pot, stir. Add the chunked up zucchini (they are raw).
Put the heat on high (how I like to cook). Cover. Let cook for about 3 - 4 minutes. Check and stir. When it is done, the noodles are cooked, there is not much liquid. This is NOT a soup. If you find you need more liquid to cook the noodles, add it; just not too much. You many need to check and stir a few times. Suddenly the zucchini will be cooked.
This is what is left in the pot after the first servings. The pot was mostly empty by the time everyone finished.
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I am a wife and mother. I have 6 boys and 1 girl. They range in age from 25 to 5. I have sewn for many, many years. I am never pleased with the selection of purses and I always think, "oh, I can make that"! I have made many purses with many styles and I am a real pocket lover. I want to be able to find what I am looking for!
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