A good recipe, with an odd ingredient, jerky dust.
Submitted By: Mike
Submitted From: Albany, Oregon, USA
- Beef jerky
- garlic powder
- crushed red pepper
This is not a fancy recipe by any means. I used to only eat the asian noodles. Didn\’t like the beef, or pork. Chicken was OK but asian was my fovorite until I figured this out. Since I live in Albany Oregon, the home of Smoke Craft, I can buy jerky dust at the factory. My wife purchased a 6 lb sack at the outlet store for SmokeCraft.
So here you go, open up the noodles, sprinkle the jerky on the noodles, sprinkle the garic on it, add some hot pepper etc. and then just cook them.
Submitted By: Gary
Submitted From: Ohio, USA
- 1 pack any brand of beef ramen noodles you like
- 1 can of diced tomatos
- 2 tbps of worshtershire sauce
- salt and pepper to taste
- 8 drops of tobasco sauce
Cook the ramen like you normally do then add in the rest of the ingredients. Lower heat, then cook until the noodles have a light sauce. Serve and enjoy!
Submitted By: Mark
Submitted From: Texas, USA
Apparently sodium and cholesterol are not a concern in prison. Personally, I would not eat this, it just sounds scary.
- 1 bag of Ramen (chicken or chile)
- 1 can of chili with beans
- 1 can of beef pot roast
- 1 small bag of corn chips
- 1 small bag of doritos
- cheddar cheese, either easy cheese or shredded
Crumble corn chips and doritos. Cook noodles the same as always, drain and place pot back on stove mix in chili, pot roast, corn chips, and doritos. Then mix in as much cheese as you like. For extra kick add some hot sauce or jalapenos. The basic recipe would be ramen, corn chips, and cheese if thats all you have. All quite tasty.
Submitted By: Jason Knox
Submitted From: New Brunswick, Canada
I wonder if you can buy Fiesta Tomato soup in ths US. I’ve never seen it. (Then again my wife does most of the shopping).
- 1lb ground beef
- 3-5 Packages Hot and Spicey Ramen
- 1 Can Campbell Fiesta Tomato Soup
- 1 Onion
- 2 Clove Garlic
- Chilli Pepper Flakes
- (Optional) Bulls Eye BBQ Sauce
Cook ground beef till brown. Add chopped onion and garlic to pan. Add chilli\’s depending on how hot you like it. Breakup ramen and cook in separate pot as normal (Leave some water with the noodles). Add soup and some Bulls Eye to beef mixture. Mix in Ramen to beef. Simmer on low heat for 5-10 minutes, stir and serve.
Submitted By: Lois
Submitted From: Massachusetts
I’ve never seen Roast Beef Ramen, but apparently it exists…
- 2 C. broccoli, 2″ long pieces
- 1 lb steak, cut into small pieces
- 8 c. water
- 4 pkgs Roast beef ramen noodles.
Cook broccoli in 8 c. water to which you have added the 4 pks of seasonings, for about 10 minutes. Meanwhile, fry up the steak pieces in a little oil. Add steak to broccoli and broth, bring to a boil. Add the 4 pkgs of noodles and cook for about 5 minutes.
Submitted By: Brandon
Submitted From: Edmond, OK, USA
- 2 Pkg Ramen (Any flavor, I used chicken and it was okay)
- 2 Tbsp Sour Cream
- 1 Can Mushroom Soup
- 1/2 Cup Water
- 1/2 Cup Milk
- 1/4 Cup White or Red Onion Chopped
- 1/4 Cup French’s French Fried Onion Topping
- 1/2 Lb. Beef
Pre-heat Oven to 375
In a 9×9 oven-safe dish combine crushed ramen, (1) flavor packet, sour cream, soup, water, milk, and seasonings. Mix and set aside.
Brown meat and drain grease.
Add meat to ramen and mix again. Cover and place in oven, do not put on cheese and french onions. After 20 minutes, take casserole out and mix, sprinkle french onion over top. Place back in oven uncovered and cook for 10 minutes. Take it out and sprinkle cheese on it. Your done.
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.
Submitted By: M. Allen
Submitted From: Laurel, MD
- 1 pkg beef ramen
- 2 slices butter – not margarine
- hot sauce
- Goya Adobo
- Optional: Steak
- Optional: Steamed vegetables
Cook as directed. Drain all water, and place ramen in a bowl. Add butter, seaoning packet, hot sauce, pepper, and Adobo to taste. Stir well to combine. Sometimes I add leftover meat and veggies to complete the meal. But it is just as good without them.
Note: Really tastes best with the beef flavor, the hot & spicy isn’t bad, but the oriental flavor is not good prepared this way.
Submitted By: Sorcerer
Submitted From: Atlanta, GA
- 1lb of Ground beef/Chicken
- 1/2 Onion, Diced
- 1-2 Cloves of Garlic, diced
- 1 Pack of Beef Flavered Ramen Noodles
- 2 Beef/Chicken Boulin Cubes/The cool beef/chicken boulin shake on stuff
- 1 tsp of thyme
- 1 tsp of Cayane pepper
- 1 tsp Oregano
- 1 tsp Basil
- 3/4 cup of Water
- Optional: Any other spices you deem good to pop in there, such as Emerils Essence
Brown the 1lb of ground beef or chicken, and add the diced onion and lower the temperature so that you don’t burn the beef. Cook the onion thoroghly (until it’s clear), and then add the garlic. Not too long after that, add the pack of ramen. Stir that around for only a bit, and then add the thyme, Cayane pepper, and oregano. Allow that to soak in only slightly. Add water and boulin cubes, and heat to boil. Lower temperature, stir, and cover for 10 minutes, stirring every few minutes.
Submitted By: Mike Monek
Submitted From: Eastern Washington U (Go Eagles!)
- 1 pkg of ramen (beef, chicken, pork or shrimp)
- 6 hard or soft shell tortillas
- copious amounts of Taco Bell hot sauce (your choice of flavors)
- shredded lettuce
- shredded cheese
- diced tomaotoes
- dehydrated onions
- clove of garlic
- BEER! the cheap stuff, not the good stuff
- GOOD BEER (for drinking with tacos)
- Any ground meat or cubed fish (beef or seabass work well)
- Optional: habeneros, olives, salsa, guac, sour cream, cilantro
Cook meat in skillet with oil, cheap beer and garlic.
Warm tortillas (if applicable).
Boil ramen and flavor packet. Be sure that flavor packet coincideds with meat flavor (beef with beef, chicken with chicken, shrimp with fish, etc.). Layer meat, noodles, lettuce, cheese, tomatoes, peppers in that order. Sprinkle onion stuff over that. Top with Toxic Hell hot sauce of your choice. If there is no Toxic Hell in your college town, BK, Jacques in le Box, or chow hall hot sauces work just as well. Add condiments such as guac and sour cream. Open good beer and enjoy this Mexican delight! Now repeat 6 times or until ramen or beer disappear.
Note: Ingredients should be stolen from university cafeteria or dining hall when applicable. After all, you paid all that tuition! Be sure ramen flavor coincieds with meat flavor. Cook with cheap beer, drink good beer. This point cannot be emphasized enough! This meal is delicious and nutritios with peppers and veggies. For a low salt version, skip the flavor packet.