Post Thanksgiving Fried Ramen

Here’s the best of the post-Thanksgiving recipes. Excuse the delay, but I was in Canton, Texas, and only had dial-up access.

Submitted By: Julian

Submitted From: Boston, Massachusetts, USA


  • -Leftover Turkey
  • Leftover Stuffing
  • 4 oz. Chicken Broth
  • 1 pkg. of Ramen (For best results, use Chicken)
  • Any Oil

Start by pouring some oil onto the pan. Fry up your stuffing and leftover turkey for about a 2-4 minutes. Next, set the fried stuff aside, and boil your ramen, saving the flavor packet for a bit later. Then, add more oil to the pan and fry your ramen (the stuffing/turkey should not be in the pan at this time). After about a minute, you should put in your flavor packet. Next, put the turkey-stuffing back in. Gradually pour in chicken broth. Mix and serve.

Turkey Gravy Noodles

Finally, someone attaches a picture of their creation.

Submitted By: Amanda
Submitted From: Flat Rock, MI, USA

I have just made the perfect recipe. I don't know how I did it but I made a restraunt quality dish. ok, ok, here it is.


  • 1 can of turkey gravy, about a cup
  • 1 package of beef noodles
  • salt, pepper, and olive oil
  • water
  • 3 veggies, (I used half green pepper, cup of broccoli and about eight mini carrots)
  • 1 tomato.
  • Cook the noodles in water in the microwave for 1.5 minutes, so that they arn't soggy, but firm and mallible. Drain. In a sauce pan cook the veggies, minus the tomato. Add some olive oil to coat. Start the heat and when it is really hot add a cup of water, salt, and pepper. let the veggies cook down and when there is a little water left in the bottom of the pan, add the beef seasoning. When that is mixed in, add a can of turkey gravy, bring to a simmer. Serve this mixture over the noodles and chopped up tomato. Can feed two people or one. Pictured is half of the dish.

Chili Ramen

Submitted By: Keri R.
Submitted From:Greensboro, NC


  • 2 packs chili flavored ramen noodles (if you can still find them anywhere)
  • 1/2 pound ground turkey or beef
  • 1 16oz can kidney beans
  • 1 16oz can diced tomatoes
  • 1 C. shredded cheddar

Cook noodles according to package directions. Brown meat in a sauce pan. Drain excess liquid from meat, then add the kidney beans and tomatoes. Heat till warm. Mix everything together. Top with shredded cheese. This makes for hearty, flavorful chili that\'s inexpensive. I make a box of cornbread to go with it, but that\'s purely optional!!

Spicy Post-Thanksgiving Delight

Submitted By: hungryhungrystudent
Submitted From: Toronto, Canada


  • 4-5 oz leftover turkey
  • 1 pack Nong-Shim Shin Ramen (Hot & Spicy)
  • 1/2 Tbsp. Curry powder (the hotter, the better)

Cook ramen, adding curry powder along with spice packet. While ramen is cooking, microwave turkey for 45 seconds. (I’m assuming it’s already cooked and packed in tupperware in the fridge.) Add turkey just before ramen is finished cooking. VERY filling, relatively tasty, and thriftier than a pile of goodwill stores.

Quick and Filling Turkey Ramen

Submitted By: Jennifer

Submitted From: Niagara County Community College


  • 1 lb ground turkey
  • 1 med. onion chopped
  • 2 packs beef flavored ramen broken up
  • 2 tbsp flour
  • 2 1/2 cups water
  • Optional: 1 cup chopped broccoli
  • Optional: 1/2 cup sliced mushrooms
  • Optional: 1/2 cups frozen veggies (your choice)
  1. Brown turkey with chopped onion
  2. Sprinkle flour over turkey and onions and blend thoroughly.
  3. Continue cooking meat mixture 2-3 minutes
  4. Add water, ramen noodles, seasoning packets, and any optional ingredients.
  5. Cook ramen and turkey mixture approximately 5 minutes until ramen are tender.
  6. Let sit for 5 minutes (gravy will thicken upon standing)

Feeds 4 normal people or 2 really really hungry people.