Caramel Ramen on a Stick

Submitted By: Pei Lei

Submitted From: ???


  • 1 pack Ramen noodles any flavour
  • 1 cup of caramel
  • chopped nuts

Note from the Author: Yes, I know it sounds strange, but here are a couple out of my archives.

Take one pkg. of Ramen (use the packet for something else), boil and cook until tender, drain well. Meanwhile melt about a cup of caramel until soft and palaid. Using a stick (a old chopstick works well) twirl the noodles around it and coat the noodles on a stick in the caramel. Then, roll the whole thing in about a cup of chopped nuts, cool, and there.

Behold: Ramen on a stick.

Raheli’s Kosher Ramen Israeli Style!

Submitted By: Raheli B

Submitted From: (somewhere Kosher)


  • 2 bags of Tradition (*parve) ramen noodles
  • 1 can of tomato paste
  • 1 tomato cut up in cubes
  • 1 onion diced
  • 1lb of cubed (**glatt kosher) meat (you could use ground glatt kosher beef)
  • 1/2 cup water
  • 1 table spoon cumin
  • 1 teaspoon tumeric
  • 2 teaspoons ground cardamom
  • 1 big spoonful of ***Harrisa
  • salt and pepper to taste

Note From Raheli: I keep kosher, and here is a ramen recipe, i adapted from a popular Middle Eastern dish. Also keeping Jewiah Law, your not allowed to use any dairy products with meat! so make sure you use foods that were prepared under the supervision of rabbis!! 🙂 (Also see the Footnotes section for more info on the asterisked items)

In a large frying pan add meat and the diced onions and cook untill meat is brown and onions are soft, drain fat, then set aside. In the same pan disove tomato paste with the water add the cumin, tumeric, cardamom ,salt and pepper, and bring to a simmer. Then add the harissa and the tomatoes, and keep simmering for about 10 minutes stiring every few minutes. Then add the meat and onion mix.

Next in an casarole dish break ramen in large chunks and arange in bottom of dish. Then pour the meat and sauce over the ramen. Bake in the oven for 20 minutes at 350F

Serve hot, and enjoy!!!!

*Parve is a term used to describe a food product that does not contain any meat, dairy, or fish products.
**Glatt Kosher is any meat that was killed and prepaired according to Jewish Law.
***Harrisa is a spicy mix of very hot peppers found in your local Middle Eastern Store.

Korean Noodle House Styled Noodles

Submitted By: Nicole and Justin

Submitted From: Toronto, Canada


  • 1 pack Ramen noodles any flavour
  • Soy sauce (to taste)
  • green onions
  • baby carrots
  • celery

In a small sized pot, bring water and soya sauce to a boil, than add noodles and cook until the consistency of lomein, than add the soup mix stir than remove from heat. Slice a good amount of green onions and set aside. Slice some baby carrots and celery paper thin and add to noodles as well as green onions. Dont worry about cooking the veggies, as long as they are real thin they will be just fine and lend some texture to the noodles. Place in bowl and enjoy.

The Great Ramen Challenge!

Kids, Dont try this at home, but check out this contest that 5th Floor West AJ at Virginia Tech invented.

The Great Ramen Challenge


  • 1 case any-flavor ramen (12 packages)
  • 24 cups water
  • Are you man enough for the Great Ramen Challenge?

    Directions: You have 2 hours to eat one case of standard ramen (preparing each package using 2 cups of water). Good luck. May require stomach pumping.

    Note from Adam: We’re poor college kids, so we practically live on ramen. Anyway, one day we were discussing how much ramen could possibly be consumed in one sitting. We thus came up with the Great Ramen Challenge: eat one case of ramen (made with 2 cups water per package) in under 2 hours. So far no one has succeeded, but here’s a picture of my friend after trying.

    Mushroom-Seaweed Goodness

    Submitted By: Tamara (aka Tamstar)

    Submitted From: Suzhou, China


    • 1 pkg instant ramen noodles with flavour packets (any flavor)
    • 1 can mushrooms, drained (chopped up, if you like)
    • 2 or 3 forkfuls of fresh or dried seaweed (can be found at a japanese grocer)
    • 3 or 4 dried chili peppers, chopped into pieces
    • Spices to your taste (ie, garlic powder, Mexican chili powder, curry powder – whatever you like!)

    Cook the noodles in about 1 and 3/4 cups of water, adding the spices, chili peppers, and flavour packets during the process. It tastes better this way, to cook the noodles in seasoned water, because the noodles themselves take on the flavour. Once your noodles are cooked to your preference (I like mine mushy), add the mushrooms and seaweed. Heat the whole mixture throughly, then pour it into a fairly large bowl, and… enjoy!

    NOTE: I live in China, and instant noodles here are available in a bazillion different flavours and varieties.. I don’t know what it’s like in North America these days, but you can “enhance” the mushroom flavour of this recipe by using mushroom-flavoured ramen, if it’s available

    Spicy Death Ramen

    Note from the Ramenmaster: I like hot food, but this would be the death of me. However if you live in Canada (like our submitter), this may be just what you need to feel your toes again before spring

    Submitted By: Drevs Driessen

    Submitted From: Vancouver, BC


    • 1-2 Packets of whatever flavour you like, preferably a spicy one.
    • Too Much Tabasco
    • Too much Louisiana Hot Sauce
    • Plenty of Jalapenos
    • Plenty of Jabaneros
    • Pepper
    • Chicken Stock
    • Whatever is spicy

    Also called “Good Morning” ramen. It tastes EXCELLENT with a greasy, salty fried egg, a cup of coffee, and some heavily buttered toast on the side.

      Preparation is easy

    1. Fill your pot with just enough water to cover the brick.
    2. Grind pepper into the water.
    3. Add Brick.
    4. Add flavour packets (Important!)
    5. Cut up everything that can be cut up (peppers)
    6. Put heat on highest and dump as much of the hot sauces as you dare into the concoction
    7. When the water starts to boil, throw in the chicken stock.
    8. Let it boil until most of the water is gone, dump into a bowl, and enjoy having your face melt off while you eat it.
    9. The MSG in the flavour packets makes taste buds more susceptible to the wide range of spicy assault this recipe provides.

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    Subtle Flavor Ramen

    Submitted By: Lefty

    Submitted From: Germany


    • 1 egg
    • Slice of cheese
    • Slice of ham
    • Oregano
    • 1 block of ramen
    • flavor packet

    Break the ham and cheese into pieces. Boil the noodles as your normally would. Pour out most of the water, then put in the egg. Stir it quickly for about 30 seconds to make sure the egg doesn’t turn into chunks. Stir in the flavor packet. Throw in the ham and cheese. Stir. Make sure you take the pot off the fire efore the cheese completely melts. Put in about tablespoon of oregano. Eat.

    Personally I like the Middle aged (slightly yellow) block cheese for this, and the chicken flavor packets. I like picking up a gooey mess of cheese along with my ramen, which is why I make sure it doesn’t completely melt, but this step is up to you!

    This recipe makes for a very delicious and subtle taste.

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