Jun 242006
 

Missing the chicken, but uses chicken ramen…

Submitted By: Rob
Submitted From: Corpus Christi, TX, USA

    Ingredients

  • One package chicken flavor ramen
  • One or two, slices ham
  • Shredded swiss, or cheddar, or both (however much you want)

This recipe is really easy. Prepare ramen as package indicates. While the ramen cooks, dice up the ham into small pieces, and shred cheese. Drain ramen, mix in ham, and top with cheese.

Jun 242006
 

I love Pho and recipes from Colorado (where I reside). I also recommend adding some sliced jalapenos or Sri Ra Cha sauce to spice this one up!

Submitted By: The Archive
Submitted From: Arvada, Colorado, USA


    Ingredients

  • 2 packs of Shrimp Ramen
  • 1 cup of frozen asian vegetables
  • 2 eggs separated (whites only)
  • 1-2 Tablespoons Oyster or “Hoisin” sauce
  • Soy Sauce
  • Bean Sprouts

Put 4 cups of water in pot. Before boiling add flavor packets, veggies, the Oyster or Hoisin sauce and the soy sauce (both to taste). Bring broth to a rolling boil and then crack the eggs one at a time and drizzle the egg whites slowly into the pot. Then add the noodles and boil untill noodles are soft but not mushy. Remove from heat, add bean sprouts, and serve. You may also add additional Hoisin/Soy sauce to taste. Also try adding chicken, beef or fish to the recipe.

Jun 152006
 

I’m not really a soccer fan, but I’ve been watching the World Cup nonetheless… Hopefully the US can come back against Italy on Saturday, but making the 2nd round doesn’t seem likely. Anyway, in honor of the World Cup, I am looking for a World Cup Ramen Recipe. Use the form to the right to submit it!

Jun 152006
 

One of my favorite ramen dishes is ramen with a spicy peanut sauce. This one may not be very spicy, but it sounds good. Add some sliced grilled chicken and make this into a real meal.

Submitted By: Matt Hogan
Submitted From: Albany, NY, USA

    Ingredients

  • 1 package Ramen noodles. (throw away flavor packet)
  • 1/3 cup natural peanut butter.
  • 1 Tsp. garlic powder
  • 2 tbsp. lemon juice
  • 2 tbsp. soy sauce
  • 1 tsp. sugar
  • 1/3 cup water
  • Sprinkle of cayenne to taste

-SAUCE PREPARATION-

Place the ingredients (except ramen) in a bowl. STIR WELL and microwave for 30 seconds.

-Ramen INSTRUCTIONS-

Cook the noodles like you normally do. When they are finished strain the noodles until fairly dry. Pour in the peanut sauce to taste. This recipe tastes like the peanut sauce noodles they have in Japanese restaurants!

Jun 132006
 

I was perusing my inbox and I have an abundance of breakfast recipes. I have never personally eaten ramen for breakfast, but you guys seem to like it. I think that ramen makes the best lunch.

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Jun 062006
 

Submitted By: Alpha
Submitted From: Boston, USA

    Ingredients:

  • 1 Packet Chicken Ramen
  • 1 Can Tuna
  • 3 or 4 Pieces of broccoli (omit if your a broccoli hater)
  • Pinch/Clove of garlic
  • Dash of Mrs Dash chicken seasoning
  • Dash of Lemon pepper
  • Lemon or lemon juice to taste
  • Soy Sauce

Break the ramen up when its in teh bag. I use the blunt end of a knife because I’m badass like that. Cook as directed, but add a little more water then you would normally use.

When the ramen is cooked to your liking, stirin the seasoning packet. Keep it at a boil.

Throw in the broccoli now. I know some people are deathly afraid of the stuff, so you dont have to.

Put in a GOOD amount of Mrs dash and lemon Pepper. I used about the same amount of both, but about 5 good shakes of the shaker.

Put in your garlic. A fair pinch or good clove will do the trick, but dont overuse it.

Give it a good squeeze of lemon juice, or drop in an 1/8th slice of a lemon.

Dump in your soy sauce (I used one resturant packet). Also add your can o
tuna now.

Its a bit high on the sodium, but damn good.

Jun 062006
 

In addition to making ramen, I also brew my own beer. I usually prefer wheat beers, but was wondering what beer and ramen pairings you readers recommended? Perhaps a hefeweizen with a nice spicy ramen dish? A porter with a ramen soup/stew? Or should we just stick to Natural Light and Pabst Blue Ribbon??

Post your thoughts in the comments.

Jun 042006
 

Many of you ramen fans may have been dreaming of using a fancy ramen recipe last night to impress your Saturday night dinner guests. Unfortunately, my service provider was undergoing a DoS attack. As of late Saturday night, it seems to be under control as I can finally see the site and read my emails. Hopefully you were able to improvise if you could not get to the recipe page. 😉

Jun 042006
 

Like….Food, man sends us this way to eat ramen that uses your feet. He writes in from Sac-Town:

OK i used to do this all the time before school. You will need one pack of ramen including the flavor packet. Do not open the ramen. Take off your shoes and with the ball of your feet crunch all the noodles for about 2 minuts straight until you can feel that they are all little peices. If done right the ramen pack shouldnt have any holes and shouldn’t leak. Open the pack and take the flavor thingy out and sprinkle it around. Close the hole in pack of ramen with your fist and shake it up for about a minute.

Now you can take ramen by the handful…. sweet sweet ramen!