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I'm about to get fancy with some ramen noodles! I have some seasoned vegetable stock and roasted garlic stock that I'm using to cook the noodles and I'm rolling with a creamy chicken and a roasted chicken. I'm eating two.
I usually drop an egg in the noodles as well.
 

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You turn it into egg drop soup?
Not quite, although I suppose I could do that. I typically just crack an egg directly in the boiling noodles with about a minute left to cook. Then add the peppers and veg after the egg. Works for me.
 

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I'm not sure how to respond to that.:hihi:
It’ll be our little secret, I was wondering if you slice a hard boiled egg after you serve yourself and put it on top of the bowl or you drop it in raw and let it cook. But you already answered that question
 

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It’ll be our little secret, I was wondering if you slice a hard boiled egg after you serve yourself and put it on top of the bowl or you drop it in raw and let it cook. But you already answered that question
Yeah, I've done it both ways. Dropping it in raw is easier though.

It sounds all kinds of wrong, right? :hihi:
 

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Not quite, although I suppose I could do that. I typically just crack an egg directly in the boiling noodles with about a minute left to cook. Then add the peppers and veg after the egg. Works for me.
I misspoke because that's how you cook the egg in egg drop soup except you take a fork and twirl the liquid around as you slowly drop the egg in.
 

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