Subtle Flavor Ramen

Submitted By: Lefty

Submitted From: Germany


  • 1 egg
  • Slice of cheese
  • Slice of ham
  • Oregano
  • 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.

Fruit Breakfast Ramen

Submitted By: Glenn Craig

Submitted From: Paradise


  • 1 pk ramen, toss flavor packet
  • 8 oz fruit coctail, canned
  • 2 oz water, for cooking ramen
  • dash salt
  • Optional: dash of vanilla
  • Optional: sugar

Cook ramen “dry”, so that it contains little fluid when soft Add fruit coctkail, dash of salt, whatever else your taste deems possible !

Note: Top ramen works best.

Ramen Bites – no cooking involved!

Submitted By: Emily

Submitted From: Pennsylvania


  • Ramen, any flavor
  • Peanut Butter
  • Knife (optional)

Remove ramen from the package. Throw away the seasoning packet ’cause it’s yucky. There should be two layers of dried noodles (at least that’s how they come in the brand I buy). Carefully, over a garbage can, break these two layers apart. Then break each layer into about eight pieces or so, they should be bite-sized. Spread peanut butter with knife (or finger(s) if you’re feeling silly!) on a piece of the noodles and eat. Yum! Crunchy and delicious. Great study snack.

Megs Ramen

Submitted By: Ed T.

Submitted From: New Hampshire


  • 2 Packets Ramen Noodels (Any flavor)
  • Ranch Salad dressing (With or without bacon)
  • Paramesan Cheese

Cook noodels, drain, loose the flavor packet. Add a good size blob of ranch dressing. Add cheese and stir well. Enjoy

Note: Thanks to Megs for the dinners. You can use any ranch even thoes light ones. This also works if you cook the noodles in the microwave

Adobo Ramen

Submitted By: M. Allen

Submitted From: Laurel, MD


  • 1 pkg beef ramen
  • 2 slices butter – not margarine
  • hot sauce
  • pepper
  • 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.

Ramen Alfredo

Submitted By: Amanda Dill

Submitted From: Indiana


  • 1 package of Ramen (orignal flavor is best)
  • 1/2 c. milk
  • 1 T. flour
  • 1 T. butter or margerine
  • 1 t. garlic powder
  • 1/2 t. oregano
  • 2 T. grated parmesan cheese
  • salt to taste

Prepare Ramen according to the microwave directions on the package. When Ramen has cooked, season and stir. Drain 1/4 of the seasoned “broth” off and save it, and discard the rest. To the broth, add milk and butter or margerine. Pour the mixture over the noodles, and microwave for several more minutes (3-5) until it is thick and creamy. Add garlic powder, oregano, parmesan, and salt. Enjoy!

Suicide Ramen

Submitted By: Neil Primmer

Submitted From: Warren, OH


  • 2 Ramen Bricks (any flavor, preferably oriental)
  • 10 Packets Taco bell Fire sauce
  • 1 Bottle Tabasco
  • 1 Finely chopped habanero pepper
  • Your favorite type of Cheese, grated
  • Optional: 1 Coffee filter (for those who don’t want the pepper in their ramen)

Start Ramen as usual. If using filter, put pepper in filter and paperclip (yes, it works if you don’t leave it on too long) the filter to the side of the pot. As ramen cooks, add Fire sauce and tobasco. Do not overcook. When finished, put noodles in bowl, add grated cheese, stir, eat, enjoy.

V8 Healthy Style Ramen

Submitted By: Sara

Submitted From: Missouri


  • 1 1/2 cup of V8 vegetable juice
  • 1/2 package ramen noodles
  • Optional: some frozen mixed vegetables
  • Optional: a little bit of sugar to sweeten if desired

Pour V8 into a sauce pan along with ramen noodles and cook until boiling, stirring around the noodles until they are cooked all the way through. Sprinkle a little bit of the flavor packet on top to add extra flavor or add some salt and pepper while cooking. Tastes kinda like spaghetti-o’s only healthier.

Note: This is a simple, fast and healthier than the normal way to cook ramen.
Any kind of V8 vegetable juice can be used (just don’t use V8 Splash), and any kind of cheapo ramen can be used.

Aussie Ramen

Submitted By: N@

Submitted From: CSU (Bathust Australia)


  • Lots of Grated Cheese – Tasty or cheddar
  • Two packs of 2 Minute Noodles (Our name for “Ramen”, the name Ramen is mainly only understood by japanese speaking Aussies)
  • 2 or 3 heaped spoonfuls of Sambal Oleck (spicy asian sauce)
  • Optional: One Egg

Make noodles without flavouring (sachets are very useful for other feats of creative cookery) drain. Combine with the Sambal Oleck, then the egg if desired and lastly fold in the gratuitous amount of cheese. Eat. Repeat 4-6 times until full

Note: Use the cheapest noodles you can find, here 27 cents is good (that’s about 15 US cents) and spend your savings on better cheese and chilli. Beh-Yah!