This one is really simple, but I’m a sucker for bacon. I also discovered a cheap, but excellent way to get minimal quantities of bacon. Go to the meat counter and get the bacon they sell. If you only need 4 slices for a recipe, you only have to buy 4. Best of all, the bacon is thicker and tastes better.
Submitted By: The Ramen Lover
Submitted From: Austin, TX, USA
- 1 packet of Oriental style noodles
- 4 Slices of Bacon chopped
- A Few Chopped Green Onions (optional)
- 1 Dash of worcestershire Sauce
Fry up the bacon, and then drain. Pour out all but 1 or 2 table spoons. In the pan
add the seasoning packet and stir. Prepare the ramen according to the directions, and then pour this wonderful fluid all over. Top with a few green onions and a dash of worcestershire and you have a meal that will make you useless on the couch in no time!
Missing the chicken, but uses chicken ramen…
Submitted By: Rob
Submitted From: Corpus Christi, TX, USA
- One package chicken flavor ramen
- One or two, slices ham
- Shredded swiss, or cheddar, or both (however much you want)
This recipe is really easy. Prepare ramen as package indicates. While the ramen cooks, dice up the ham into small pieces, and shred cheese. Drain ramen, mix in ham, and top with cheese.
Heather takes a break from watching the rain to send us this interesting recipe.
Submitted By: Heather
Submitted From: Oregon, USA
- mushrooms (canned or fresh)
- ramen noodles
- peas (frozen)
- soy sauce
Stir-Fry onions, mushrooms, and pork (cut into small pieces). Boil ramen noodles. When noodles are done, spread the noodles on a buttered cookie sheet. Broil the noodles in oven till done to your liking. Meanwhile, cook some frozen peas. Spread the pork mixture and peas over noodles and add Soy sauce (optional) and any other spices/sauces that you like.
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.
Submitted By: Stephani Soejono
Submitted From: Toronto, Canada
- 1 package of any Udon brand, preferably Neoguri
- 1 egg
- canned corns
- finely chopped green onions
- Chinese lettuce
- 3 strips of bacon or any cooked meat
- sesame oil
Boil the udong noodles. In another pan, cook up the soup for the udong and cook the egg with it. Prepare the bowl with approximately 2 spoonfuls of sesame oil. If you also have the fat or grease of bacon/other meats, mix it together. When the noodles are done, put it inside the bowl and mix it with the oil/grease. Pour the soup in and stir it together. Add the corn and green onion on top (to taste).
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!
Submitted By: Nicole
- 1 large slab of ham cut into small cubes
- 3 packs pork ramen
- 1 head of cabbage, chopped into bite sized pieces
In a big pot, boil ramen w/sauce packets and cabbage in 3 cups of water for approx. 4min. Add ham and continue boiling and stirring for another 4min. Add salt and pepper to taste.
Submitted By: Lactone
Submitted From: Mississippi, USA
- 1 package of Knorr’s Vegetable soup mix
- 1 package of Ramen (I like Pork, but any flavor will do)
- 2 Pork chops. Grilled then cubed.
- 3 cups water
Mix 3 cups water with Knorr\’s vegetable soup mix and ramen noodle seasoning (from ramen package); bring to boil on medium to high heat. Cook for 8 minutes (or until dehydrated vegetables seem hydrated). Reduce heat to med-low and add noodles. Cover, stirring occasionally. By now the pork chops should be on the grill. Once the noodles are tender to your liking add pork, and serve in large dish. This meal is so good I find it feeds one.... me, might get two smaller portions out of it though.
Submitted By: Lefty
Submitted From: Germany
- 1 egg
- Slice of cheese
- Slice of ham
- 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.
Submitted By: Bert Johnson
Submitted From: Maryland
- 1 package of Top Ramen Chili Flavor
- 1/4 cup of onion, diced
- 1/2 cup of peppers (I prefer Hungarian Wax Peppers, but wimps can use green peppers)
- 2 links (appx 1/2 pound) of cooked and sliced hot Italian sausage
- 1 tablespoon if minced garlic (fresh preferable)
- 1 can of diced or stewed tomatoes.
Cook the sausage. While cooking, poke the links and allow the grease to come out into the pan. Remove cooked sausage, cut, and set aside. Cut and saute onion, pepper and garlic in the pan with the grease from the sausage. Pour the liquid from the diced tomatoes into a pot, add appx. 1.5 to 2 cups of water (depending on how much broth you like) and flavor packet. Boil the water. Put in noodles, meat and veggies. Cook until noodles are soft. Great flavor and will clear up a stuffy nose better than anything