Product Description Author Toni Patrick has again worked her magic with these humble noodles to create MORE tasty recipesâfrom breakfast to dessert and everything in between. Grab your fork and give these recipes a whirl: Ricotta Frittata, Corn Chowder, Grilled Ramen, Broccoli and Ham Casserole, Pad Thai, Turkey-Pasta Pie, Hot and Sour Ramen, Crab Lo Mein, and Thin Mint on a Stick. Toni Patrick is also the author of 101 Things to Do with Ramen Noodles, 101 Things to Do with Mac & Cheese, 101 Things to Do with Canned Biscuits, 101 Things to Do with a Blender and 101 Things to Do with Eggs. She lives in Colorado. From the Back Cover More twirly-whirly ramen noodle fun with soups, salads, vegetables, meats, and desserts. Ricotta Frittata Spicy Shrimp and Noodle Soup Oriental Salad Tuna Ramen Casserole Caramel Ramen And more! About the Author Toni Patrick is also the author of 101 Things to Do with Ramen Noodles, 101 Things to Do with Mac & Cheese, and 101 Things to Do with Canned Biscuits. She lives in Colorado. Excerpt. Â© Reprinted by permission. All rights reserved. Asian Noodle Toss 2 cups water 1 package vegetable ramen noodles 4 baby carrots, julienned 1/2 cup sugar snap peas 1 can (4 ounces) mandarin oranges 1 tablespoon soy sauce 1 tablespoon orange jelly 1 tablespoon cider vinegar In a small saucepan, bring water to a boil. Add noodles, carrots, and peas and cook for 3 minutes: drain and place in a bowl. Add the oranges, reserving the juice in a small bowl. To the juice, add the soy sauce, jelly, and vinegar; mix thoroughly. Drizzle over noodles, toss and serve warm. Makes 1â2 servings. Grilled Ramen 1 package ramen noodles, chicken, pork, or beef with seasoning packet 2 tablespoons soy sauce dash hot sauce dash sesame oil 1 tablespoon marmalade 1/4 cup hot water, not boiling In a ziplock bag, combine the seasoning packet, soy sauce, hot sauce, sesame oil, marmalade, and hot water. Mix thoroughly. Add brick of noodles and seal completely. Tilt bag to allow marinade to coat the entire brick. Allow to sit for at least 15 minutes but no longer than 30 minutes. Flip occasionally to prevent marinade from pooling in one spot. Over a medium flame, grill noodle brick for 3 minutes each side or until char marks appear. Be sure the brick is not stuck to the grill or it may pull apart when you try to flip or remove it. Serve with remaining marinade as âau jusâ or place in a bowl and add 1 cup of boiling water for a less crunchy dish. Makes 4 servings.