This book caught my attention; first, because I feel like I'm not using my slow cooker to its fullest advantage and second, because I inherently trust the folks at America's Test Kitchen who publish Cook's Country and Cooks Illustrated.
This recipe for homemade ramen intrigues me because I love ramen but am suspect of those flavor packets. That is saying something for someone like me who loves salt.
This recipe will cost more than usual because you are stocking your cupboards for cooking Asian cuisine. But if you are like me, you may only have to buy the ginger, ramen noodles and the napa cabbage. I would probably use the fresh chicken thigh quarters that are sale this week at Food Lion and Lowes Foods for 59 cents and 49 cents a pound at respectively. I'd remove the skin from the thighs. The broth may not be as clear but will probably taste better. It costs $1.50 per serving.
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