Really Easy Breakfast Ramen

Submitted By: Rada
Submitted From: Copenhagen, Denmark

Rada wants to know, “What happened to the really *easy* egg ramen recipes, that dont become blasphemous or complicated?”


  • 1 package of Ramen (Any flavour)
  • 1-2 eggs
  • 1 onion
  • 1 tomato (Not big)

Put just enough water in a casserole to be able to cover the block of ramen. While you wait for it to boil, cut some slices of tomato and onion. When the water has boiled, put in the ramen and seasoning, then cover with a nice layer of tomato and onion slices, and pour a whole egg on the top. Put on a lid, wait for it to boil just enough for your liking and serve!

This tastes just absolutely delicious, and gives you a good start in the morning.

Eggdrop Ramen Pho

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


  • 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.

Instant Stir-Fry Ramen

This wins the prize as the most obscure place to get a recipe from. Palau, an island in the Pacific Ocean

Submitted By: Marcie Olkeriil
Submitted From: Koror, Palau


  • Olive oil (or vegetable oil or butter)
  • Ramen (any flavor)
  • 1 egg
  • Meat (hot dog, bologna, or spam)

Combine 3 or 4 spoonfuls of olive oil (or vegetable oil or butter) with the ramen flavor pack in a plate, stir well. Set mixture aside, then get a bowl or tupperware, put in the ramen and put water until it covers the ramen, place in microwave for 4 minutes. While ramen is cooking in microwave, fry an egg and a hotdog or balogna or slice of spam. Slice egg and hotdog, balogna, or spam into strips, take out ramen and drain the water, and add to the oil/butter mixture for your instant stir fried ramen!

Tuna and Broccoli Ramen

I don’t like broccoli, especially boiled broccoli

Submitted By: Kashala
Submitted From: Jonesboro, Arkansas, USA


  • 3 Packs of Ramen Noodles (chicken)
  • 2 Can Tuna in Spring Water
  • 1 16 oz bag of cut broccoli
  • 5-6 slices of cheese
  • 1 egg, fried

Boil broccoli in sauce pan for 2-3 minutes, then add noodles and cook an additional 3-4 minutes. While this is cooking, fry one egg. Strain the noodles and broccoli. Add the seasoning packs, fried egg, tuna, and cheese. Stir until well blended. Served with garlic cheese bread.

Sinful Breakfast Ramen

Haven’t had a breakfast recipe for awhile. Personally, I have never eaten ramen for breakfast. Also, someone let me know in a comment: Are eggs and curry powder a good combination?

Submitted By: A Hungry Student
Submitted From: Toronto, Canada


  • 1 Nong-Shim Shin Raymun hot & spicy
  • 3 Slices thick-cut bacon (4 or 5 regular)
  • 1 x-large egg (2 small eggs)
  • 2 tsp curry powder

Cook bacon very well over medium heat, just before it gets crispy, but after most of the fat melts off. save a tablespoon or so of the fat. Cook ramen, adding bacon grease and beaten egg towards the end, and drain out most of the excess water. Mince bacon and add. add spice packets and curry. I prefer this recipe with little excess water and concentrated spice, but make it to your own taste.

Teriyaki Ramen with Eggs

Submitted By: Jon Ingram
Submitted From: Huntsville, Alabama


  • Two packs of Ramen noodles (Teriyaki)
  • 1-2 eggs
  • pepper
  • salt
  • one half of a small onion

This may seem \”BLASPHEMOUS\” to some Ramen purists but I find that microwaving your noodles for about 3 to 4 minutes works best, depending on the microwave!


  1. Cook noodles, drain and set aside.
  2. Fry 1-2 eggs, do not scramble. set them on a plate.
  3. Place noodles into skillet and mix in Ramen flavoring. (If nesscesary, occassionally add a little water-- be stingy with it though! This recipe\'s end result is dry; meaning, there shouldn\'t be much/any liquid.)
  4. Put a little pepper in with the noodles (I, personally, like ALOT of it!)
  5. Place noodles wherever you want on the plate. add salt/pepper to eggs and ENJOY! I like to put my eggs on top and eat it that way.

Serves two.

Breakfast Delight

Submitted By: Pat Hager
Submitted From: Appleton, Wisconsin


  • 1 slice of american cheese
  • 3-4 oz of shredded cheddar cheese
  • 1 package of ramen noodles (seasoning not needed)
  • 3 eggs
  • ham, bacon, or sausage (quanity desired)
  • 2 tablespoons of milk

Start with boiling the Ramen noodles on the stove. While your doing this you could warm up a skillet for your meat of choice and the eggs. Begin cooking your meat in the skillet. Drain the Ramen noodles but do not add the seasoning. Add the American and shredded cheddar cheese to the ramen noodles along with your milk. Other types of cheese may be added or substituted for the american or cheddar. Throw the noodles and cheese in the microwave for about a minute or until cheese is melted (time may differ). Grill up three eggs however you like them (scrambled, over easy, hard, ect...) Put it all together onto a plate and enjoy!

Curry Egg Ramen

Submitted By: Echuta
Submitted From: Richmond Hill New York (USA)


  • Two packets of ramen
  • Two eggs
  • Curry power or Curry paste
  • Scallions
  • Cashews
  • Cilantro
  • Hot sauce (optional)

Get two packets of the best ramen brand you can find* and in a pan cook them with enough water just to cover them. The result of this dish is more of a pasta than a soup. While cooking add a lump of butter to the water. This elevates the dish into something saucey.

Also have another pan with boiling water and some vinegar* and poach 2 eggs to your liking. You can also fry the eggs if you want.

When the ramen is done drain most of the water and add the flavor packet plus anywhere from a teaspoon to a tablespoon of curry powder or curry paste. Mix up and place in a deep bowl.

Place the eggs on top and garnish with chopped scallions and cashews and add a sprinkling of cilantro.

Drizzle with your favorite hot sauce. Asian hot oil or Vietnamese chili sauce is great!


1. Actually it doesn\'t matter the quality - even the ramen you find in a supermarket is good, but I like going to Asian stores and picking out brands that I have never seen. There are some interesting Japanese and Korean brands.

2. Vinegar in water helps poached eggs cook better. Just a bit though.

The Bomb Ramen Omelette

Submitted By: David Ash
Submitted From: Casper, WY, USA


  • 2 Eggs
  • 1 Package of Ramen
  • 1 Tablespoon Butter
  • 2 x 1/8 Cup Milk
  • 1/2 Inch Velveeta
  • Misc. Spices


  1. Slightly undercook ramen noodles; drain. Do not let sit.
  2. Put butter in a medium-sized mixing bowl; microwave for twenty to thirty seconds or until melted.
  3. Add eggs, 1/8 cup milk, and desired spices; whip it.
  4. Add slightly undercooked ramen noodles; let sit.
  5. Pour contents onto medium-high frying pan; cover.
  6. Put velveeta, 1/8 cup milk in microwave until melted, stopping every twenty seconds to smash and stir.
  7. Flip omelette when necessary; remove from pan when done.
  8. Add cheese, and optionally a sprig of parsley.

Voila! Enjoy.

Ramen Kimchi Jigae

Submitted By: Septima_pica
Submitted From: Los Angeles

  • 1 packet ramen noodles
  • 1/2 – 1 cup shredded or sliced kimchi
  • 2 green onions, chopped
  • 1/2 t toasted sesame oil
  • 1/4 block tofu, any kind
  • 1 egg

Boil ramen together with its flavour packet, sesame oil, tofu, and kimchi. When cooked, take it off heat and add green onions. Then crack the egg into the pot and stir it around a little until it cooks. If you want, you can add some kind of meat along with/instead of the tofu.