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Doctored Knorr Asian Sides – Teriyaki Noodles

Years ago, a friend cooked me Teriyaki Noodles by Knorr  and I hated them. I was like dude, I love teriyaki noodles!  What have you done?!?  How could these be bad? Welp here’s why, we were children who didn’t know a dang thing about cooking or seasoning, I am surprised we didn’t burn the house down trying to boil water.

I am not sure if there was too much water, not enough water, they cooked too long no idea.  A few years later I was out on my own, I was BROKE and living off of ramen noodles.  I thought I would give the teriyaki noodles a try on my own, after all they were 10 for $1.00 at my local grocery store and again I was BROKE.


I was 100% determined to doctor these suckers up to make them taste better.  Well, I managed to knock my socks right off.  I lived off these suckers for years! Fast forward a decade or so and I made Stella try them.  She was convinced they were going to be awful. Fast forward some years later and we eat these bad boys several times a month.  It’s so easy and it’s so delicious!



No joke, I can have dinner done in under 10 minutes.  I prefer my noodles a little al dente, Stella always ends up nuking her’s for a minute or so after it’s cooled down.  It took me longer to load and unload the dishwasher than it did to prepare this quick meal.


  1. Bring water to a boil.
  2. Add Noodles.
  3. Let noodles cook for 3 – 5 minutes.
  4. Add Ranch.
  5. Stir.
  6. Add Parmesan Cheese
  7. Stir.
  8. Serve.


To see more recipes from Stella and Jay click here: Recipes

-Stella & Jay

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