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Making A gluten-free "cup Of Noodles"?

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Last year, when we were skiing, some people had the ingredients from a gluteny Cup of Noodles instant soup in plastic baggies.  At the warming hut, they used the hot water and cups and made a little cup of soup.  I would like to do something like this.

 

I know I could use Knorr instant bouillon packets and that may be all I can do.  I wanted to see if anyone had any ideas for little noodles that would cook in a minute with some hot water?  Or little dried peas or carrot pieces?    Any ideas?

 

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(me with my hot cup of soup hopefully)


 

 

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I was thinking more along the lines of a completely dried soup.  Something that doesn't need refrigeration or could go bad.  Like a gluten instant noodle cups where you just add hot water to reconstitute.

 

this sort of thing

 

http://www.maruchan.com/maruchan_lunch.html

 

 

Or these

 

http://www.walmart.com/ip/Lipton-Chicken-Noodle-Cup-a-Soup-22ct/15686426


 

 

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What about the Thai Kitchen ramen noodles? You could take those out of the package and put them in a cup and add boiling water. 

 

http://www.amazon.com/Thai-Kitchen-Instant-Vegetables-1-6-Ounce/dp/B000GZUFCM


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And even if you don't have a food dehydrater you can dehydrate carrots in the oven. http://foodpreservation.about.com/od/Dehydrating/a/Drying-Carrots-Oven-Method.htm


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I guess I will have to experiment.  See if hot, not boiling, water will make noodles soft.  I wonder if WF has dehydrated veggies?  Maybe I am making this more complicated than it needs to be.  I might just be happy to have the warm chicken broth from the KNoor packets.....


 

 

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I  think  gluten free on a  shoestring  has  a recipe  .......Trader  Joe's  has  a  noodle bowls  that  should be  microwaved  but  we  have  done  them  with just  boiling  hot water  when  primitive camping....

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Those thai kitchen noodle packets are pretty good.  Give you that ramen feeling.


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I have seen the thai kitchen ones at walmart.  Also, they make thin rice noodles that you cook by putting them into hot broth or water, they are so thin you can't boil them really to keep them intact.  I think thai kitchen makes them, as well as others.  Those may be good to have a larger quantity and control what broth you use- maybe put some dried noodles and broth in a mason jar and take it along where you are going.


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You could put some HerbOx Chicken Bouillion in a zip lock bag with some broken rice noodles.  Put it in a cup with water and microwave, when wanted.


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You could put some HerbOx Chicken Bouillion in a zip lock bag with some broken rice noodles.  Put it in a cup with water and microwave, when wanted.

 

 

Yeah... but even a small microwave can get kind of heavy in my backpack while skiing.    :lol:


 

 

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Yeah... but even a small microwave can get kind of heavy in my backpack while skiing.    :lol:

HEY!  I live in the SOUTH and it quite apparent, I have never skied.  But when we do get snow, everything game....if a microwave will slide, it's a sled. :D


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HEY!  I live in the SOUTH and it quite apparent, I have never skied.  But when we do get snow, everything game....if a microwave will slide, it's a sled. :D

 

 

Oldest son does ride a snowboard - that thing is wide enough to strap a microwave to!  Now we just need to find a plug on the top of the mountain!


 

 

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The Thai Kitchen soups in the little bags are easy to make without cooking.  Squeeze the bag to break the rice noodles into smaller pieces (just to make it easier) and pour the noodles into a cup.  Add hot water to cover, add seasonings, and just let it sit until the noodles are soft.  Some of the seasoning packages are a little hard to open, so you might need a scissors.


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I never liked bread anyway.....

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The Thai Kitchen soups in the little bags are easy to make without cooking.  Squeeze the bag to break the rice noodles into smaller pieces (just to make it easier) and pour the noodles into a cup.  Add hot water to cover, add seasonings, and just let it sit until the noodles are soft.  Some of the seasoning packages are a little hard to open, so you might need a scissors.

 

 

Thanks.  I would probably open them and separate into smaller portions - so they would fit in a paper coffee cup.  But this has gotten me to thinking about bringing a "tin" camping cup.  

 

I just know that I will be happier if I can have a little something hot when everyone else is eating.  


 

 

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HEY!  I live in the SOUTH and it quite apparent, I have never skied.  But when we do get snow, everything game....if a microwave will slide, it's a sled. :D

lol !!!


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Sorry to jump in, but I've been doing kind of the same thing at work. Get some thin, easy to soak rice noodles (this might take some time to figure out at home first. Sit them in some hot or boiling water and see how well/quickly they soften up), you can break them up into smaller bunches if you want, zippie bags, whatever, and soak in hot (as you can find) water in a mug or whatever.

For seasoning, maybe a powdered broth of some sort, mix in extra spices. Get some dehydrated veggies if you can.

I just soaked noodles and steamed broccoli in some hot water from the kettle here at work, so no reason why it wouldn't work on the go.

A good insulated mug/themos would be a great thing to have on you.

 

Additional thought: If you had an insulated mug, you could actually put the noodles, seasonings, and even some fresh veg in there, seal it up, and then when you're ready fill it up with "boiling" water, shake it up good, and let it sit for 10-15 min or so. Tahdaaaa...
 

I haven't skied in years. Let me know if you figure out the portable microwave.

 

Peg


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Sorry to jump in, but I've been doing kind of the same thing at work. Get some thin, easy to soak rice noodles (this might take some time to figure out at home first. Sit them in some hot or boiling water and see how well/quickly they soften up), you can break them up into smaller bunches if you want, zippie bags, whatever, and soak in hot (as you can find) water in a mug or whatever.

For seasoning, maybe a powdered broth of some sort, mix in extra spices. Get some dehydrated veggies if you can.

I just soaked noodles and steamed broccoli in some hot water from the kettle here at work, so no reason why it wouldn't work on the go.

A good insulated mug/themos would be a great thing to have on you.

 

Additional thought: If you had an insulated mug, you could actually put the noodles, seasonings, and even some fresh veg in there, seal it up, and then when you're ready fill it up with "boiling" water, shake it up good, and let it sit for 10-15 min or so. Tahdaaaa...

 

I haven't skied in years. Let me know if you figure out the portable microwave.

 

Peg

 

 

Thanks.   I am going to experiment tomorrow.  


 

 

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