Tuna and Broccoli Ramen

I don’t like broccoli, especially boiled broccoli

Submitted By: Kashala
Submitted From: Jonesboro, Arkansas, USA


  • 3 Packs of Ramen Noodles (chicken)
  • 2 Can Tuna in Spring Water
  • 1 16 oz bag of cut broccoli
  • 5-6 slices of cheese
  • 1 egg, fried

Boil broccoli in sauce pan for 2-3 minutes, then add noodles and cook an additional 3-4 minutes. While this is cooking, fry one egg. Strain the noodles and broccoli. Add the seasoning packs, fried egg, tuna, and cheese. Stir until well blended. Served with garlic cheese bread.

Zesty Ramen Tuna

Submitted By: Troy McEntire
Submitted From: Katy, TX


  • 1, 6oz can of Starkist chunk light (tuna canned in water)
  • ½ tsp Old Bay Seasoning
  • Kraft fat free Zesty Italian dressing
  • 1 bag Ramen (do not add season packet)

Ramenmaster: I love Old Bay Seasoning!

Take 1 bag of ramen, crunch bag before you open the bag so you can break the ramen down a little. Add ramen and 2 cups of water in bowl. Microwave or boil ramen for 3 min. Drain ramen until the water is almost gone. Drain water from can of tuna then mix, 1\2 tsp. Old Bay & 3 or 4 squirts of dressing with ramen.

Firey Curry Ramen with Shrimp

Submitted By: DarwinsLilHelper
Submitted From: Columbus, Ohio, USA

  • 1 pack chicken Ramen
  • 5 or 6 frozen, pre-cooked, shelled & de-veined shrimp
  • Garlic to taste
  • Curry powder to taste
  • powdered Cayenne pepper, as much as you think you can handle, then add a little bit more
  • 1 tsp olive oil
  • Frozen soy beans (optional)
  • 2 handfuls of your favorite frozen stir fry veggies

Add 2 cups of water to your pan, add the curry, cayanne, flavoring packet, garlic and shrimp.

Bring the water to a boil, and add the dried noodles. pour the olive oil onto the noodles and cook for 2 to 3 minutes.

Here's the trick: Instead of adding your frozen veggies an soy beans to the pan, put them in your bowl, then pour the hot ramen over them.

They'll cool off your ramen so you can eat it sooner.

Cajun Seafood Noodles

Submitted By: Lea Kerry
Submitted From: West Monroe,Louisiana

  • One package of shrimp (use 2 seasonings if have an extra one) noodles
  • chicken bouillion cube (if Strong flavored noodles desired) otherwise half a chicken breast- shredded
  • some cajun sausage, cubed
  • tiny pinch of sugar
  • half tsp butter
  • half tsp gimbo file (omit if dont have any on hand. It just makes it even more cajuny)
  • a few peices okra (omit if not on hand)
  • pinch or so celery salt
  • half tsp MINCED garlic from jar or a few piches of powder(NOT GARLIC SALT)

Cook noodles as usual. Just add everything as soon as you put the noodle block in. These noodles should be soupy and have broth when done. You must either/or both put hot sauce OR season to taste when noodles are in bowl, with any type of cajun spice!! (some people drain all juice) A few things are missing from the ingredients, and your're using noodles instead of rice - but its pretty close to jumblaya!

Sardine Suprise Ramen

Submitted By: Thien Ho
Submitted From: Korea


  • 2 Ramen bricks
  • 1 can peas
  • 1 can of sardines with olive oil
  • crumbled feta cheese
  • 1 tsp of oregano

Boil ramen and drain. Also boil and drain peas. Open the can of sardines and drain the oil. Mix it all together and eat!

Easiest Lemon Garlic Ramen Recipe

Submitted By: Jamie Parrish

Submitted From: Phoenix, Arizona, USA


  • Ramen (oriental preferred)
  • Garlic Clove
  • Green Onion
  • Lemon Garlic Seasoning
  • Optional: Tbsp Veg. Oil
  • Optiona: Tuna

Add a liberal amount of Lemon/Garlic seasoning to the water while it is heating up before it starts to boil. When the water is at a rolling boil, add ramen brick and vegetable oil if desired.The oil gives the broth a heavier taste so that it just doesn't taste like flavored water. Let cook for the usual 8 min. or so, until tender. After about 6 min. into cooking add chopped pieces of raw garlic and green onion. I used the slice section of a cheese grader, which cuts up perfect shoots that add great taste and texture.

Note: The lemon garlic seasoning will settle at the bottom of the bowl when you eat it, so I suggest that you take the broth and strain it into a bowl or something, then discard the excess seasoning that is not on the noodles. I was lazy and didn't do this the first time, and the extra seasoning on the bottom of the bowl was very strong.

After the mix is cooked and the ramen is nice and soft. Turn off heat and add the flavor packet and tuna(if desired). Mix well and serve. The taste is excellent. I'm a poor college student and was pleasenty suprised. Try it!

5 Minute Tuna Ramen

Submitted By: Jay McGrew
Submitted From: Indiana University


  • 1 bag of ramen (I prefer oriental)
  • 1 can of tuna (I prefer in spring water)
  • 4 slices of bread
  • 1-2 tablespoons mayonaise

While ramen is boiling, place four pieces of bread (if toaster is available, toasted is best) on large plate. Strain tuna. Mix tuna in a bowl with packet of ramen flavoring and mayonaise. When ramen is done, strain and mix ramen with tuna in bowl. Empty bowl of ramen and tuna onto bread. Eat with fork in front of tv. Great meal before and after a good binge.

Note: this is a great meal for around 70 cents. you can also spread contents on crackers as opposed to using bread.

Chinese Ramen Scampi

Submitted By: Jesse

Submitted From: Louisiana


  • Nissin Shrimp flavored Ramen Noodles
  • Lemon Juice
  • Margarine
  • Soy Sauce
  • Green Onion
  • Garlic
  • Onion
  • Salad Shrimp

Boil ramen in microwave, while they are boiling, prepare shrimp on stovetop (boil if uncooked). Once boiled sautee them with a teaspoon of margarine, a teaspoon of garlic and onion. The add the ramens into the pot,water and all. Then add flavor packet, then stir. Then add soy sauce and green onion. Cover and simmer so the ramens can soak up the broth.
Eat and enjoy.


EWU Eagles Tuition Saving Tailgate Tacos

Submitted By: Mike Monek

Submitted From: Eastern Washington U (Go Eagles!)


  • 1 pkg of ramen (beef, chicken, pork or shrimp)
  • 6 hard or soft shell tortillas
  • copious amounts of Taco Bell hot sauce (your choice of flavors)
  • shredded lettuce
  • shredded cheese
  • diced tomaotoes
  • jalapenos
  • dehydrated onions
  • clove of garlic
  • BEER! the cheap stuff, not the good stuff
  • GOOD BEER (for drinking with tacos)
  • Any ground meat or cubed fish (beef or seabass work well)
  • Optional: habeneros, olives, salsa, guac, sour cream, cilantro

Cook meat in skillet with oil, cheap beer and garlic.
Warm tortillas (if applicable).
Boil ramen and flavor packet. Be sure that flavor packet coincideds with meat flavor (beef with beef, chicken with chicken, shrimp with fish, etc.). Layer meat, noodles, lettuce, cheese, tomatoes, peppers in that order. Sprinkle onion stuff over that. Top with Toxic Hell hot sauce of your choice. If there is no Toxic Hell in your college town, BK, Jacques in le Box, or chow hall hot sauces work just as well. Add condiments such as guac and sour cream. Open good beer and enjoy this Mexican delight! Now repeat 6 times or until ramen or beer disappear.

Note: Ingredients should be stolen from university cafeteria or dining hall when applicable. After all, you paid all that tuition! Be sure ramen flavor coincieds with meat flavor. Cook with cheap beer, drink good beer. This point cannot be emphasized enough! This meal is delicious and nutritios with peppers and veggies. For a low salt version, skip the flavor packet.

Yummy Tuna Ramen Casserole

Submitted By: Jen Standley

Submitted From: Massachusetts


  • 2 Packets Ramen Noodles
  • 1 1/2 Cups of crushed Crackers/Stuffing mix
  • 1 Stick of Butter
  • 1 small onion chopped(about a cup)
  • 1 Cup of shredded Cheddar Cheese
  • 4 Slices of American Cheese
  • 1 Cup Chicken Broth
  • 1 Cup Milk
  • 1 Tablespoon dry mustard
  • a few dashes of pepper
  • 2 Cans Tuna Drained and Flaked
  • white wine for cooking and drinking!

If you have the time to make this, it's worth all of the effort!
Add 6 Tablespoons of butter to a frying pan, on low heat melt butter with 3/4 cup of onion. Cook for about 2 minutes until onions soften slightly. Add cracker/stuffing(I used both) to the pan and coat all of the mixture well. Splash in the pan about a shot glass size of white wine, mix and cover for 4 minutes, stirring occasionally.
Set Aside.
Combine 1 Cup milk, 1 Cup chicken broth, 2 Tablespoons butter, dry mustard and pepper in a medium saucepan and slowly bring to hot(not boiling-milk will scald). Add the Cheddar cheese and american cheese, and 1/4 Cup of the onion. Continue to cook on low heat until cheese melts. Break up Ramen into 4 squares and add to milk/broth mixture. (throw away seasoning packets) Cook noodles until easily mixable in pan. Add Drained tuna and mix well. Pour tuna noodle mixture into medium casserole dish and sprinkle stuffing mixture on top. Bake in a 375 degree oven for about 30 minutes.

Note: Packet variety-any flavor