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Maruchan Ramen, Creamy Chicken (Pack of 24) $4.49 shipped w/ subscribe and save @amazon; other flavors at similar prices ($3.45-$5.10)

QuesoCFH 59 153 March 29, 2012 at 04:02 AM in Grocery More Amazon Deals
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Last Edited by QuesoCFH March 29, 2012 at 06:37 AM
Maruchan Ramen, Creamy Chicken, 3-Ounce Packages (Pack of 24)

Amazon has creamy chicken maruchan ramen noodles for $5.28, sign up for subscribe and save to bring the total down to $4.49 shipped (about 19 cents a bag). As always, you can cancel the subscription after your order is processed to avoid future deliveries.

Pork flavor: $4.69
Oriental: $4.69
Roast Beef: $4.69
Chili: $4.49
Shrimp: $3.45
Chicken Mushroom: $5.10
Roast Chicken: $4.49
Chicken: $4.97
Beef: $3.51
Lime Shrimp: $4.56
Picante Beef: $4.28

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Last Edited by twinight March 30, 2012 at 09:37 AM
I like the shrimp, but find the chicken too salty (if ramen can be too salty Wink


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Great price.. cheaper than when I bought it months ago... bought 8 boxes... I bought shrimp which is the cheapest one? But what I do is use my other seasoning which is much better... I just need the noodles..
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Sorry, but I am not seeing this price as Slick or Hot worthy. Price is often much lower than this in all stores around me.
I guess if you live out in the middle of nowhere this can be a "deal", but to most it is not.
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AWWW yeah food for my next two years of college!!!
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Haven't seen them for cheap in a while so why not?!

I love using half the water and cooking them down until the water is gone...just flavored noodle goodness! My wife thought it looked too gross to try until I pestered her enough to give she always ask me to make it with our dinner! :p
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After watching Doomsday Preppers, I guess having a few cases of these on hand couldn't hurt. LMAO

Thanks, OP. In for a Roast Chicken and Beef.
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This may sound strange but here's how I prepare them:

One way I eat them is just plain straight out of the bag. I crunch on them like crackers lol. They're really easy to break in half since they're layered and I love the crunch.

Another way is to boil water, drop them in for 30 seconds to a minute and then drain the water. I like them being soft enough to eat with a fork but still a little crunchy on the inside. I either do not season or only use half.

Lastly, I mix them with a box of mac & cheese and just use the cheese packet and not the seasoning.

It's not that I'm cheap, it's just that I have cheap taste buds Smilie
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FYI, the Maruchan Ramen is $1 for 6 this week at RiteAid. They only have the chicken and pork flavor in my store though.
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Quote from QuesoCFH View Post :
When I lived in Chicago I could find maruchen ramen 10 for a dollar very frequently. Living in PA now, maruchen is always right around 4 for a dollar, even at Wal-mart. Don't know if its a regional thing or just price raising over time but I'm always happy to see when these deals come up on amazon. Always like to hear peoples personal secrets to preparing method is adding butter while the noodles cook, drain out all the water at the end then add the seasoning packets (favorite is a mix of creamy chicken and picante chicken) and just enough milk to mix the seasoning and noodles. This is by far my most long winded post ever and I apologize...
It was actually very enjoyable to read. I wanna try this. drool
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Much cheaper than this even when not on sale...
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Thanks OP
I got one beef and one creamy chicken
My son will appreciate you Smilie
He would live on these if I would let him
The cheapest we can get where we live is still $.03 more than this deal and I don't have to drive to the store and I get to use some of my amazon gift cards so that makes this slick for me.
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Repped! Thanks OP. Too bad my Prime membership expired and Shrimp isn't available for S&S anymore. I wanted to try that one. Frown
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Quote from CordaroyFog View Post :
Much cheaper than this even when not on sale...
Where? In my area it's about 21 cents each after tax. Some of these prices aren't much better than that, but the beef is 14.6 cents each with no tax. I bought 10.

I would've bought shrimp too, but it's not eligible for S&S any more.
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Speaking of Ramen recipes. My college favorite:
After cooking drain most of the water (not all) afterwards and add nacho cheese doritos crunched up.
good times. good times....
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I'm relatively out in the middle of nowhere myself, and cannot get most of those flavors at the retailers around here. I'm in for this one.

My ramen recipe: Asian slaw
1 bag of cole slaw mix (no dressing)
2 packages of Oriental ramen (or any flavor of your choosing, I just love the Oriental)
white vinegar
balsamic vinegar
olive oil
(optional - grilled chicken, almond slices, sunflower seeds, etc.)

Break up the two packages of ramen noodles. Set seasoning packets aside. Add noodles to the cole slaw mix in a large bowl.

(I sadly don't have measurements for this next part, but it is up to you on how sweet/sour you want to make it)
5 parts white vinegar
1 part balsamic vinegar
a splash of olive oil
seasoning packets from ramen
sugar to taste
Stir to combine and dissolve sugar.

Add in any extras like sunflower seeds, grilled chicken, almonds, etc... then pour the "dressing" you just made over it. Good with noodles crunchy, but after you leave it in the fridge a while, the noodles soften up and absorb the dressing.

(Also will drain my cooked ramen, and put in a dollop of sour cream and mix in the packet. Similar to the milk trick.)
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I will add that this is a slick deal because the cheapest these get at my local store is 5/$1. But then there's tax, gas to get to the store, etc.

$3-$4 for a 24 pack shipped to my door? Works for me!
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