Submitted By: Cynthia Read
Submitted From: University of Southern California
Cook the Ramen, drain. Scramble two eggs in a bowl, add about half of the flavor packet (hey add all of it if you want to), and some soy sauce. (You can either buy your own or steal some from the school cafeteria). Mix it all up and throw in the noodles right away, cause drained hot Ramen gets all clumpy and sticky. The hotness of the noodles will start cooking the egg, too. Then you can add veggies, if you want, and heat some oil in your pot. Put in half the egg-mixture, turn when brown, remove and repeat with the rest of the stuff. Make sure to make the Ramen crispy, it’s yummier that way!