Satay Ham Ramen

Submitted By: Doc

Submitted From: Brisbane, Australia


  • 1 pkt IndoMie Satay Ramen (Brown Packet)
  • 2-3 slices of champagne ham
  • 1 tsp butter/margarine
  • Optional: Parmesan Cheese
  • Optional: From the noodle packet: flavour/MSG sachet (powdered stuff), onion sachet, soy sachet, flavoured oil sachet

Boil water, toss in the noodle brick. Let it cook the usual 2-3 minutes specified on pack, or however long you like to cook your noodles (depending on how soggy you like them, I guess). Shred ham while the noodles are cooking. Drain most of the water out. Turn off the stove, and put the pan back on the burner/element. Toss in the butter/margarine. Throw in the flavoured oil from the sachet and stir until the butter melts. Then throw in your flavour/MSG packet (powdered stuff) and mix it in. Then put in the contents of the soy packet and stir that in also. Add the ham and then turn the stove back on and let cook until it sizzles a little, then dump into a bowl and sprinkle a little grated parmesan (if desired).

Note: Just tried this one out and thought it was quite tasty and not too icky. I don’t know if you can get IndoMie noodles in the US (though it would not surprise me), but these are much better than the usual varieties you can get in your local supermarket. (well, here in australia, anyway, all they seem to know is Maggi and the cheap-ass supermarket brands…yucko) The only sachet I don’t use fron the pack is the chili one, basically cuz I don’t like spicy food too much, but it’s up to your own personal preference! Haven’t tried it with other flavours… but then the Satay flavour IndoMie one is the only one that comes with like 5 different flavouring sachets. You could try it with your ordinary run of the mill noodles, but it works well with these ones. Not bad for a cheap meal, especially when it’s the night when you have to fend for yourself cuz no one can be bothered cooking for 5!

Soul Ramen Florentine

Submitted By: Big Mocha

Submitted From: Ex Texas City Womens unit inmate


  • 2 cups water
  • 4 packs of ramen noodles ( I prefer any chicken vegetable flavor)
  • 1 can of greens or spinach
  • 1 cup of finely diced chicken or ham
  • 6 slices of American cheese
  • (any extra seasonings that you may want to add)
  • Optional: extra veggies
  • Optional: pepper
  • Optional: hot sauce
  • Optional: crushed potato chips

Boil water and juice off the can of greens or spinach with seasoning packs, add the four noodles, the 1 cup of meat of your choice,and the can of greens or spinach . Add cheese once the noodles start to soften and stir while it is simmering. Let the noodles expand a bit (swell up)but dont cook so long that they become gummy.

Note: Chicken flavored,creamy chicken,vegetable chicken,mushroom chicken,spicy chicken or roast chicken (basically…any kind of chicken ramen will do). This recipe is for 4 people, but can be devided or doubled for 2 or 8.

Chili Frito Pie Ramen Style

Submitted By: Dagan Miller

Submitted From: Green River, WY (USA)


  • Use 4 pkgs of Ramen (Beef or Chicken)
  • 2 Cans of Chili
  • 1 or 2 Polish Sausages
  • 25 Frito Chips

Make noodles as directed on package. Don’t add Ramen season packet to the noodles. Drain noodles and set aside while you make the sauce. Cook 2 cans of chili in a pan. Add season package while cooking the chili. Cook the polish sausages in the microwave. Chop the sausages. Add to Chili sauce and then mix with noodles. Serve on a plate with Frito chips laying around the plate and a few in the center for looks.

Note: By keeping the ramen to chili ratio 2:1 the chili is barely on the noodles almost like a powdered seasoning instead of a sauce.

Pizza Ramen

Submitted By: Inki

Submitted From: Minnesota


  • 1-2 packages of Raman (I eat 2)
  • Pepporoni slices
  • 1-2 types of Cheese (I prefer Chedder and Mozzerella)
  • Ragu Pizza Quick (Pizza sauce pepporoni flavored)
  • Optional: Parmesian cheese for topping

Break ramen into pieces (I usually break into 4 peices)
Cook ramen WITHOUT seasoning
Strain ramen
Add butter to hot empty pan (Little bit)
Return ramen to pan
Add Ragu Pizza Quick to pan
Add cubed/shredded cheese to mix
Add seasonings to mix (IF you like it strong)
Add cut up pepporoni to mix.

Heat untill cheese melts. Add parmesian as topping. Enjoy

Spinach Ramen Skillet Quiche

Submitted By: Victor Nishi

Submitted From: Kelowna, BC Canada


  • 1 package ramen, noodle broken into quarters
  • 2 cup, coarse chopped spinach, raw
  • 2 eggs, beaten
  • 1/2 cup water
  • Optional: cooked meats, chicken, beef, ham, etc
  • Optional: frozen convenience vegetables

In nonstick frypan cook ramen noodles with water over medium heat. Break up noodles as they cook. Add spinach and flavor package and continue to cook until spinach is just wilted. Pour eggs over ramen, cover and reduce heat to low. Done when eggs are cooked through. Optional: add meats or other vegetables with spinach. Can be served as side dish with rice or pasta.

Note: Any type will do but soy sauce (Oriental) flavor seems best. For spicy, try the Korean ones.

Oriental Ramen stir-fry

Submitted By: Alex

Submitted From: Virginia


  • 4-6 slices bacon
  • Onion, cut up (a small-medium sized handful)
  • Carrots, cut up (a large handful)
  • Other veggies: peas, celery, whatever you like.
  • 1 pack Ramen noodles. (oriental flavor)
  • 1 egg
  • soy sauce
  • Optional: Tomatoes
  • Optional: Peppers
  • Optional: Frozen stir-fry vegetables
  • Optional: Pepperoni or crab meat

Cut the bacon into small pieces (1″ strips works good) In a skillet, start cooking the bacon as normal (on medium heat). Cut up your onion, carrots, and other veggies. In a seperate pan, cook the noodles as normal, while waiting for the bacon to cook. It works best if you break up the noodles before cooking, but you don’t have to.
When the bacon’s nearly finished, add the vegetables and stir quickly. Let cook a couple more minutes, stirring frequently, Then drain the almost all of the bacon grease Drop an egg into the skillet, and stir it into the bacon/veggie mixture. Add the flavor packet to the noodles, stir, then drain most of the water. Leave just a little bit of water. Add the noodles to the bacon/veggie mixture. Stir. Lower heat to Low, Cook for a couple more minutes, stirring frequently. Add some soy sauce and salt & pepper to taste. Serve. Makes 2 servings, or 1 if you’re really hungry.

Note: I’ve only tried this with the oriental flavor, but I am guessing Beef or Pork might be pretty good too.

Hot and Sour Ramen

Submitted By: David Lawrence

Submitted From: Houston, Texas


  • cubed ham, sausage, or chicken
  • frozen peas (required)
  • frozen corn (required)
  • Hot oil (found in oriental section of grocery)
  • soy (optional)
  • pepper, lemon pepper, white pepper, etc (to taste)
  • vinegar (1/4 cup, maybe more…)
  • Optional: 2 scrambled eggs

Boil the crap out of this stuff until you get tired of watching it (maybe 3-4 minutes), then add noodles. Let cook for about 2-3 minutes, then mix 1 tablespoon (variable) corn starch into a cup of cold water. pour into pot while stirring. For added flavor, at the end you can stir 2 scrambled eggs into the stuff.

Heart Attack

Submitted By: Sandra

Submitted From: Harvard University


  • 1 Sapporo Ichiban Ramen Packet
  • 1 Egg
  • 1/4 can *Spam*
  • 1 handful of shredded mozzarella cheese
  • 1 small onion

Fill a small pot with a little more water than you usually use. While you wait for the water to boil, dice the onion into semi-large chunks. Pour the soup packet in the water and add the onion. Slice the *spam* and throw that in too. After the onion starts getting a bit soft, drop in the noodles. Bring to a boil and crack the egg over the whole mess. Cook ’til the noodles are done. Remove from heat, put the concoction into a serving bowl, toss in the cheese, and stir it up. mmmmm, gooey.

Rob’s Pseudo Scechwan Ramen

Submitted By: Robert Haynie

Submitted From: Augusta Georgia


  • One packet Ramen (Hot and spicy preferred)
  • One third to one half cup leftover meat (Chicken, beef, pork, etc)
  • One small onion, finely diced
  • About 1/4 cup of frozen peas
  • Ka-me brand Szcehuwan sauce

Begin boiling water. In a separate saute pan, saute the onion and the leftover meat until the onion is translucent and the meat is a bit browned. (Spam works REALLY good in this recipie, really!) When the water boils, drop the brick in. Once the ramen is done, drain and add to the frying pan with the peas that you have previously nuked with about 2 tbs of water so that they are ALMOST done. Stir until heated through and the peas are done al the way. Add about 1/2 the seasoning packet and at least a tablespoon of the Szechuan Sauce Stir, and
enjoy. (You may add more szechuan sauce if you’re brave or insane.

Korean Style Ramen

Submitted By: Melissa

Submitted From: Dover, Delaware


  • Oriental flavor Ramen Noodles
  • Pepperoni (thinly sliced)
  • Kimchi *
  • Green onions
  • One egg per package

Cook the noodles according to package instructions. When the noodles are halfway done, add the pepperoni. Let the noodles continue to cook (at medium heat). Then when the noodles are almost cooked, add the kimchi and egg. Tip #1- Sometimes the water soaks into the noodles, which leaves you without juice. If this occurs, just add more water and let it heat up. Tip #2- Certain types of pepperoni are very greasy. So, if you don’t enjoy greasy food warm up the pepperoni in the microwave, on a paper towel. Then add it to the noodles. Next, add the green onions and serve immediately. Enjoy!!!

*Kimchi is pickled cabbage. In other words, it’s spicy. You can find it in any oriental store.