1. Add measured water to a pan. Check the package for the quantity of water.
2. Bring the water to a boil and add the noodles to it.
3. Add thinly sliced chicken to the water along with noodles.
4. Stir in the seasoning mix or your own seasonings if you like.
5. Add mixed veggies of your choice.
6. Cover and simmer the noodles and vegetables for 3-5 minutes.
7. Ladle the noodles, chicken and vegetables into bowls. Pour some of the broth over the noodles.
Ramen noodles are the college student's best friend -- they're cheap, filling and taste great. The downside of eating them so often is that they are high in fat and sodium. They contain approx. 8 grams of fat and some 800+ of sodium, if you use the seasoning packet included. Chef Bing offers his kids some healthier alternatives for eating Ramen noodles. Make smarter, and even better-tasting choices, by making typically pre-packaged foods with unprocessed ingredients. It is the best way to eat well while inf