Recipe: Ramen and Broccoli Stir-Fry with Salmon

By Elkee

ramen stir fry recipe

This recipe has 3 awesome qualities; it’s inexpensive, packed with nutrients and easy to prepare. I threw it together by way of surveying what goods my kitchen cupboards and fridge had to offer  at the moment and  it ended up working out.

Here is a list of ingredients with the calorie count of each ingredient in parentheses. Serves two. 628 calories a serving.

2 Filets of Wild Alaskan Salmon (620)

*2 Packages of Ramen Noodles (any flavor) (380)

3 oz (about 12) Grape Tomatoes 25

1 Cup Broccoli (41)

1 Tbsp Olive Oil (119)

2 Tbsp of Garlic Powder (54)

1 Tbsp Black Pepper (17)

*Throw away the seasoning packets that come with the Ramen. (Too much salt/msg etc.)

Preparation: Warm the olive oil on a skillet for a few seconds and then add the salmon. Cook at a medium low temperature flipping it occasionally. Once salmon is placed on the grill, boil water in a large pot and cover it. Slice the tomatoes in half. Once water is at a boil throw in the two packages of Ramen and the broccoli. As the package says; “Stir for 3 minutes and stir occasionally”. Remove the Ramen and broccoli mix from the stove and strain out the water with a colander. Then remove the salmon from the skillet and add the noodles and broccoli. Next, add the tomatoes, garlic powder and pepper.  Bring up the heat a tiny bit then stir fry for 2 minutes. Done!
Ramen and Broccoli Stir-Fry with Salmon

 

 

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