Spicy Sausage Ramen Toss

This recipe sounds awesome. For anyone who likes chorizo, it might be good in this dish. Personally, I don’t like chorizo, but I know lots of people who do. Also did you know that the dictionary in Firefox doesn’t think that chorizo is a word? It is recommending chorister, now there’s a word you use everday!

Submitted By: Michael Boyle
Submitted From: Pennsylvania


  • 2 packages of Ramen Chicken (or Chili) Flavor
  • 1/4 cup (half medium onion) of onion, diced
  • 1/2 cup of green peppers, sliced or diced
  • 1/2 cup of green peas
  • 2-3 links (appx 1 pound) of cooked and sliced sweet (or hot) Italian sausage
  • 1 teaspoon minced garlic (fresh preferable)
  • 1 can of Ro*Tel Original diced tomatoes with green chili peppers.

Cook the sausage (Grilled Wegman's Sweet Italian tastes great!), slice after cooking and set aside.
Cut and saute onion and garlic in a pan. Pour the liquid only from the Ro*Tel diced tomatoes into a pot, and add 2.5 cups of water and flavor packets. Boil the water. Place noodles in pot with onion, garlic, peas, peppers. Cook until noodles are soft. Transfer to serving bowl, add diced tomatoes and sausage - TOSS!
Voila...Just hot enough to maybe make you sweat. Substitute regular diced tomatoes for a less spicy rendition.

Fat Kid’s Ramen

Submitted By: Luis Rodriguez

Submitted From: El Paso,TX


  • 1 can tomato sauce
  • 2 packs ramen (Cup Ramen Preferred: use chicken, beef, or pork)
  • 2 Hot Dogs
  • 2 cans water (Tomato Sauce)
  • Garlic Salt (optional)
  • Lemon Pepper (optional)

In a medium sauce pan put the tomato sauce and water. This amount of water will give you a thick spaghetti consistency. Adding more will give a soupy consistency. Let it come to slight boil. Cut hot dogs (raw) into small chunks and throw into pot. Now let come to a full boil and cook for 5 minutes. Add the ramen, if using cup just rip cup and toss in, if using brick, don't forget the flavor pack. (The reason I like cup is for the dried vegetables.) While cooking, season with garlic salt and lemon pepper, or just use salt and pepper as desired. Cook until the noodles are cooked like you like em and serve. (By the way this makes quite a bit or food, if just feeding one person just half all the ingredients.)

World Series Ramen

As I sit here reloading the Rockies webpage over and over and over, I was wondering what the best ramen recipe is that could be made with "ballpark" food. Not the lower-deck faire with stuffed mushrooms, but the standard goods: hot dogs, chili, pretzels, peanuts, beer, etc. If you have an idea for one, let me know.

UPDATE: If anyone from the Rockies organization happens to read this page, I hope you realize how many of your fans you've alienated with your incompetence and lies. Anyway, I hope everyone else can enjoy the WS.

UPDATE 2: Here's the official recipe finally. If you live in Denver, don't choke on this one.

Submitted By: Ken Sanders

Submitted From: Conway, AR


  • 2 Packs of Top Ramen (beef preferably)
  • One 14.5 ounce can sauerkraut
  • ½ pound smoked sausage (polish preferably)
  • ½ cup chopped onions
  • ¼ cup chopped green peppers
  • ¼ cup relish
  • Salt and pepper

Cook sausage by any method you prefer (grilled highly recommended). Heat sauerkraut in a small sauce pan, add in onion and peppers. Slice the cooked sausage and add to the kraut, reason with salt and pepper, and let it simmer while covered for about 4-5 minutes. Cook ramen as usual. Add kraut and sausage to your bowl of ramen, garnish with relish, and enjoy a ballpark classic ramen style. Try it with jalapeno peppers as well for some extra spice.

Agbasp Approved Ramen

Agbasp writes in from the Great White North with this “approved” recipe that he discovered when he was starving, although, if you have diced steak, you ain’t really stavin’.

Submitted By: Agbasp
Submitted By: Wisconsin, USA


  • Maruchan Pork Ramen
  • Diced Steak (pre-cooked)
  • Shredded Chedder
  • Diced Hot Dogs

Crumble up the Ramen noodles and pour into a bowl with 2 cups of water. Add the diced hotdogs and set in the microwave for 7 minutes. During that time the water will boil the noodles and the hotdog slices. When it is done, drain it leaving just a tad bit of water. Next, add the Cheddar, Diced Steak, Flavor packet, and what ever else you like. Stir, and after it cools, enjoy.

Oscar’s Orient Express

This one sounds really good!

Submitted By: California
Submitted From: Joey


  • 1 Diagonally sliced Zuccini
  • 4 small straight cut stocks of Baby Bock Choy or Mustard Greens
  • sliced brown onion 1/8 of 1 whole one
  • 2 diagonally sliced Oscar Mayer Hot Dog Smokies
  • 2 packets of Ramen
  • 2 quarts of water
  • 1 pinch of chives

Boil water & season with black pepper & salt. Add Zuccini and let simmer medium heat for 1 minute. After that add the hot dogs and continue to simmer for 1 more minute. Next add the 2 packets of ramen. Simmer for 2 more minutes and add the Baby Bock Choy. Simmer for 30 seconds and lastly add the sliced onion simmer 30 more seconds. Remove from heat immediately and season with 1 packet of ramen seasoning. Top of with chives and let sit for a few minutes. Enjoy!!!

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!

Inlow’s Dreamy Tomato Creamy Noodle HotDog Cheezy Soup

Submitted By: Inlow
Submitted From: Alexandria, VA, USA

Ramenmaster's Note: I would never eat this. I dont really like tomato soup...


  • 1 can of Tomato Soup
  • 1 can of 1% Milk (using the tomato Soup can)
  • 1 Package of Ramen Chicken flavor
  • Chopped Carrots if you have them
  • Chopped Hotdogs if you have them
  • 1 Pinch of Shredded Mozzarella Cheese

Pour Tomato soup in to a pot, and begin heating. Fill Tomato soup can with 1% milk and pour into pot with Tomato Soup. cool until hot. Add crunched up Ramen noodles to the pot. Add Half of the Chicken seasoning package. Add Hotdog bits (optional). Add Carrot bits (optional). Cook until Noodles are the way you like them. Pour into 2 bowls.

This is optional but I love it.. Sprinkle mozzarella cheese on top of the soup and let it melt. This is great for dipping crackers.

Note: If you do not have 1% Milk, you can use i Can of Water, but it takes away alotof the creaminess.

Jailhouse Ramen Pizza

Submitted By: Brett
Submitted From: Houston, TX, USA


  • 3-4 – Ramen soups (spicy or beef)
  • 1 – Squeeze Cheese
  • 1 – Can Chilli no beans
  • 1 – Summer Sausage
  • Couple handfulls of cornchips
  • Couple jalapenos

Note: I am always a sucker for recipes from jail. Also, they let you have hot pots in jail? Sounds more like college to me.

Open all noodles and place inside some type plastic bag (lg. corn chip bag works great). Add cornchips and crush mix thouroughly (don't leave any large chunks), then add the seasoning packs. Then bring some water to boil in your hotpot. While your water heats up go ahead and slice up your jalapenos and summer sausage. Once the water is hot enough, pour into your bag with the noodle/chip/seasoning mix. Important: add just enough water to come up just below top of mix (don't drown them).Refill pot and heat can of chilli in it. Knead and work the bag with noodles in it around mixing thouroughly. Once this is done lay bag out and flatten down evenly, making dough/crust. If you've done this correctly there shouldn't be alot of water running out if there is add more crushed chips and mix untill thickens. Fold end of bag, secure with paper clip, and wrap with towel to insulate and let "cook" for about 10 mins. Once done cut bag down middle and bottom and spread open. Noodles should remain in rectangular shape and be stuck together (like dough). Pour your chilli over top and spread evenly (if too runny add a few crushed corn chips to thicken mix. Then comes a layer of squeeze cheese, topped with summer sausage and jalapenos. Slice evenly and enjoy with your cell mates. Yum.

Easy Breezy Ramen

Submitted By: Shayla
Submitted From: Pittsburgh


  • 1 Package Creamy Chicken Ramen
  • Peas (to your liking)
  • 1 or 2 hot dogs
  • Slice of american cheese

Cook ramen noodle, peas and chopped hot dogs together, drain most of the water out. Add flavor packet. Top with single slice of american cheese.

Kimchi HotDog Ramen

Submitted By: Joey
Submitted From: California


  • whipped egg
  • thinly sliced smoked hotdogs or sausage
  • fresh garlic
  • chopped onions
  • Napa cabbage fresh
  • Kimchi (pickled cabbage)
  • dried chives

Brown hotdogs/sausage in a skillet with the chopped onions and garlic. Boil water, about 3-5 cups. Reduce heat to simmer and add whipped egg slowly and stir. Next add sliced and browned smoked hotdogs/sausage next add Napa cabbage let simmmer for 1 minute. Add package of noodles and simmer for 3 minutes. Either drain ingredients or pour into bowl. Top off with Kimchi.