Rethink Ramen - Part 1 - Turkey Cabbage Ramen

At the mention of Ramen, images of your college days probably flash in your head. Oh the days of a $0.29 dinner!!

Most people would not classify Ramen as a health food. In fact, Yahoo Health ran an article in April of this year discussing the ingredients of Ramen. Here's an image they used to depict their message.

So is all Ramen bad? We don't think so. In fact, we think that we should Rethink Ramen. In our Market Street stores you can find Dr. McDougall's Ramen. Check out the ingredient list:

Organic noodles (organic wheat flour, brine, salt), miso powder (soybeans, rice, salt), soy protein, yeast extract, vegetables (green & white onion, garlic, wakame seaweed, shitake mushroom), vegan natural flavors, organic evaporated cane juice, tofu.

There's no super weird ingredients! In fact, you could technically make this using all the ingredients listed.

So using Dr. McDougall's Ramen, we have a recipe that will hopefully allow you to Rethink Ramen too!

This makes a really quick, one-pot dinner that adults and kids will love!

Turkey, Ramen and Cabbage(print recipe)

Makes 4 servings

1 package (~20 oz) Honeysuckle White Ground Turkey
1 tablespoon olive oil
1 medium onion, diced (or grab a Fresh Cut onion from the produce department)
2 cups chicken broth (you could use low sodium too)
1, 12 oz package Dole Summer Cabbage Blend (found near bagged lettuces)
2 single serve cups Dr. McDougall's Ramen (only use the seasoning packet of one container)

1. Brown the turkey in a large skillet over medium high heat, stirring frequently. Remove turkey from skillet and place in a large serving bowl.

2. Saute onions and olive oil until translucent.

3. Add cabbage mix, chicken broth and 1 seasoning packet and simmer 5-10 min or until the cabbage begins to soften.

4.  Crumble the Ramen noodles over the veggie mix and simmer for another 5 min or until noodles soften. Add the veggie mix to the turkey and stir to combine.

5. Serve immediately!

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