I read your list of recipes for using ramen noodles, and I was quite disturbed to see that more than one reader had suggested that we "throw out" the seasoning packet when preparing her recipe. I want to tell readers not to throw them out!
Those packets can be used to season plain rice, used like bouillon to make broth when you are sick, made into a broth with water and thickened with corn starch or flour to make a quick gravy or stew base for left over meat (match packet flavor to meat flavor), etc.
These are not just "seasoning packets," they are broth without water! They are even good to put into a disaster kit or to carry along when survival camping, because they only need water and the salt and fat in them can help to nourish someone (maybe even a pet) until help comes.
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I empty the packets into clean salt shakers, using each flavour separately. That way, you can use a little to add a bit of spice to many dishes.
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What are some creative ways to use extra ramen seasoning packets?
You could add them to your pan when browning your meat for extra flavor for tacos perhaps.:)