I suppose this is a recipe, but its just for fun IMHO
Submitted By: Charles
Submitted From: California, USA
Nothing extra is needed. Just a fun way to eat ramen.
Prepare as usual, make sure the noodles are not broken and save the seasoning
Drain all the water.
Pour the noodles into a large plastic zipper close bag.
Sprinkle the seasoning and shake/mix with noodles.
Close up the bag with the noodles at the bottom make sure you get out the excess air.
Now just roll up the bag with the noodles pressed into the bottom. Let this settle for a few minutes to take shape.
You should see why my friends call it a Ramen Burrito by the shape.
To eat, just open up the bag and kind of scoot it up to the opening.
It’s easiest to eat using the bag as a wrapper of sorts.
There you have it. A quick easy way to enjoy everyones favorite treat and get big delicious mouthfuls of yummy noodles.
I’m sure you could spice this up a variety of ways, enjoy.
I’m hungry now.
Submitted By: Cory
Submitted From: Greenville, NC
Cory says: I’m a big fan of Ramen with nothing more than seasonings and sauces, mostly because I can’t afford meats and vegetables. So, this is made with Chicken ramen, and some common household ingredients.
- 1 packet of chicken Ramen
- A pinch of fresh minced garlic (optional)
- Some garlic powder
- Some onion powder
- Some oregano/basil (optional)
- White con queso cheese sauce (tostitos brand is good)
- Some ranch dressing/sauce
Cook the ramen normally (with flavor packet), but with the minced garlic in the water. Add a bit of garlic powder while it’s still boiling. When it’s finished boiling, cut the heat, add the chicken flavoring packet, and stir. Once your noodles are good and chickeny, add a decent ammount more of garlic powder, and a pinch of onion powder. Add a pinch of the oregano/basil, and stir well.
Once everything is dissolved and it smells good, drain, and add a small ammount of the Queso dip and the ranch dressing. Stir until the noodles have absorbed the flavor (they’ll look a bit thicker and creamy). Enjoy.
If you happen to have red pepper to toss in, or some cheeses that would work (cheddar, Monteray Jack, etc…) feel free.
The Swedish Chef would approve of this one. Seriously, I’ve never eaten herring, I wonder if it tastes at all like sardines?
Submitted By: Vilgot Viking
Submitted From: Stockholm, Sweden
- 2 package of ramen (throw away seasoning packet)
- 1 Can of smoked Baltic herring in tomato sauce
This is a very easy recepie, all you do is boil the Ramen, get rid of the water, open can of herring and mix in a bowl (preferably wooden). If the herring is in big pieces chop them with your Viking axe. It may sound a bit strange for those of you not familiar with herring, but 9 million swedes cant be wrong right!
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.
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.
One of my favorite ramen dishes is ramen with a spicy peanut sauce. This one may not be very spicy, but it sounds good. Add some sliced grilled chicken and make this into a real meal.
Submitted By: Matt Hogan
Submitted From: Albany, NY, USA
- 1 package Ramen noodles. (throw away flavor packet)
- 1/3 cup natural peanut butter.
- 1 Tsp. garlic powder
- 2 tbsp. lemon juice
- 2 tbsp. soy sauce
- 1 tsp. sugar
- 1/3 cup water
- Sprinkle of cayenne to taste
Place the ingredients (except ramen) in a bowl. STIR WELL and microwave for 30 seconds.
Cook the noodles like you normally do. When they are finished strain the noodles until fairly dry. Pour in the peanut sauce to taste. This recipe tastes like the peanut sauce noodles they have in Japanese restaurants!
Submitted By: Alpha
Submitted From: Boston, USA
- 1 Packet Chicken Ramen
- 1 Can Tuna
- 3 or 4 Pieces of broccoli (omit if your a broccoli hater)
- Pinch/Clove of garlic
- Dash of Mrs Dash chicken seasoning
- Dash of Lemon pepper
- Lemon or lemon juice to taste
- Soy Sauce
Break the ramen up when its in teh bag. I use the blunt end of a knife because I’m badass like that. Cook as directed, but add a little more water then you would normally use.
When the ramen is cooked to your liking, stirin the seasoning packet. Keep it at a boil.
Throw in the broccoli now. I know some people are deathly afraid of the stuff, so you dont have to.
Put in a GOOD amount of Mrs dash and lemon Pepper. I used about the same amount of both, but about 5 good shakes of the shaker.
Put in your garlic. A fair pinch or good clove will do the trick, but dont overuse it.
Give it a good squeeze of lemon juice, or drop in an 1/8th slice of a lemon.
Dump in your soy sauce (I used one resturant packet). Also add your can o
Its a bit high on the sodium, but damn good.
Like….Food, man sends us this way to eat ramen that uses your feet. He writes in from Sac-Town:
OK i used to do this all the time before school. You will need one pack of ramen including the flavor packet. Do not open the ramen. Take off your shoes and with the ball of your feet crunch all the noodles for about 2 minuts straight until you can feel that they are all little peices. If done right the ramen pack shouldnt have any holes and shouldn’t leak. Open the pack and take the flavor thingy out and sprinkle it around. Close the hole in pack of ramen with your fist and shake it up for about a minute.
Now you can take ramen by the handful…. sweet sweet ramen!
Pree-krasna. I took 4 semesters of Russian in college, but I never did learn the word for Ramen. You would write it phonetically, and in cyrillic, like this: PAMEH. Anyway, nothing especiially Russian here, except the submitter’s name…
Submitted By: Golodnaya Masha
Submitted From: New York City
- 1 package Ramen noodles,any flavor.
- 2-3 cups of water
- 1 tbsp soy sauce
- 1 tbsp hot sauce
- 4 mushrooms,sliced (you can use champingons or any other ones you like)
- 1 big dollop of sour cream
- a few drops of liquid smoke mesquite flavor
Boil water with mushrooms, put in dry noodles and keep cooking according to instructions. Remove from heat,let stand a couple of minutes,then add 1/2 of the seasoning packet,soy and hot sauce, liquid smoke and the sour cream, stir and enjoy. It’s a very easy and inexpensive recipe and you’ll be very surprized by the delicious flavor and aroma of this soup.
Updated by the Submitter: I wanted to add a comment,that there is russian in this recipe. First off, we almost always add sour cream to soup. Then,we love mushrooms. And we loveeverything smoked. So besides the name there is a lot of russian things about this recipe. Being from Moscow, I can assure you of this.