Mar 312005
 

Submitted By: Rich
Submitted From: Columbia, MD, USA

    Ingredients:

  • microwavable bowl large enough to submerge a brick of ramen
  • water
  • fork
  • an egg or three
    Directions:

  1. Put enough water in bowl to submerge the unbroken brick of Ramen. Add spice pack and Ramen brick to bowl.
  2. Microwave on high 3 min or until noodles have soaked the water.
  3. Drain with fork immediately for al dente, leave sit until you remember about it again for softer noodles.
  4. Leave about 50mL water or next step will dry it out too much.
  5. Add egg(s). Mix.
  6. Nuke for another 1-3 minutes until egg is cooked.
    Variations:

  • Sprinkle flavour pack over drained Ramen for stronger flavour.
  • Along with egg, mix in anything else edible. I call this Ultra Ramen (great for getting rid of vast quantities of leftover condiments which fridges seem to collect!). Shredded cheese is a great cover and a staple of mine when I don’t have to stress pushing the cost above $.20/bowl.
  • Instead of leaving water from draining, use watery condiments such as soy sauce.
  • Don’t mix the egg to cook the whites and leave the yolks runny. Be sure to at least pierce the yolks and whites with a toothpick, or boom!
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  4 Responses to “Easy Microwave Ramen”

  1. I used Chili-flavored ramen and added frozen peas before I cooked the egg… it was really good. :)

  2. This was delicious. I think I might have used a little less water than I should have so it was a little dry. I put soy sauce and parmesan cheese in it. It was pretty decent.

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  4. It’s like a ramen omelet. A … ramelet. I just tried it with chicken ramen, two eggs, and sharp cheddar, and it was a one-way ticked to Deliciousville. Exactly what I needed tonight, too. Thank you for all your contributions to poor bastard cuisine.

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