Otaku Ramen

Submitted By: Dustin Rodriguez

Submitted From: Graduated, still eating ramen


  • Instant Ramen, any flavor
  • 3 Eggs
  • Sliced Water Chestnuts
  • Bean Sprouts
  • 2 Cups Rice
  • Optional: Colossal Black Olives

Fry the 3 eggs, breaking the yolks. Cook the Ramen as if you were going to eat them alone, add flavor packet. Cook rice, then drain it thoroughly. Put rice into bottom of large bowl, then pour Ramen and broth on top (do this before the rice has a chance to get too dry and sticky). Shred the eggs, add in the bean sprouts and sliced water chestnuts, and mix into the Ramen noodles. I also like to put colossal sized black olives into the mix but that throws off the asian bent, so you can do without if you wish.

Note: I’ve only used chicken and beef ramen, but I’m sure any type you like would work.

Ramen Spicy Hot Spaghetti thing

Submitted By: Teenage Helmet Party

Submitted From: Richmond, VA


  • 2 packs of Ramen noodles
  • Spaghetti Sauce (preferably pre-flavored with basil or something)
  • 1 or 2 vegie-patties Morning Star Grillers
  • Tabasco sauce
  • Worstechire sauce
  • Curry powder
  • Dried basil
  • Optional: 6-pack of Milwaukee’s Best

Pitch flavor packet and cook crushed noodles in microwave for about six or
seven minutes to make them really soft. Then remove the noodles and cook the meat pattie separately for about thirty seconds in the microwave (I use the grillers because they taste good, but you can use any kind of real meat you want). Then drain the noodles, throw the meat on top, and cover with spaghetti sauce. Use generous portions of curry powder, tabasco, worstechire on top of
pile of spaghetti sauce and mix until you see no discernable difference between the ingredients. Sprinkle basil on top. Microwave for about another minute and a half (add an extra thirty seconds if using a second chunk of meat) or so. Not as good as real spaghetti but a lot faster, with all the protein and vitamins. It’ll be really spicy, so use the cheap beer to cool your mouth off if necessary.

Very filling.

3-Minute Soup

Submitted By: Kedimac

Submitted From: Lewisville, TX


  • 1 Oriental flavor ramen noodles
  • 1/2 lemon
  • cilantro
  • Tabasco or green hot sauce
  • ground black pepper
  • Optional: 1 carrot

Boil the noodles in a reasonable amount of water. While they are cooking, assuming you have a bowl, squeeze the lemon into the bowl and add a little cilantro and pepper. If you are using Tabasco, add a few drops; if you are using green hot sauce, add a big splat. Chop the carrot and add it and flavor packet to the soup, which should be done now. (if you don’t have a bowl, it’s 5-minute soup, because you need to add all the ingredients at the end of the
cooking time for best flavor.)

Note: Do not substitute sesame or mushroom flavor ramen. Yucky.

Chilled Sesame Ramen

Submitted By: CherieBebe


  • 1 package microwave type ramen (MINUS flavor packet)
  • 2 Tbs smooth (creamy) peanut butter
  • 1 Tbs soy sauce
  • 1 tsp ground ginger
  • 1 tsp sesame seeds
  • Optional: 1-2 Tbs chopped chives (can be dried type) (for garnish)

(1) Cook the ramen but do NOT use the flavor packet. Just cook the ramen in water.
let noodles cool while mixing sauce (below)
(2) Prepare the sauce:
2 Tbs smooth peanut butter
1 Tbs soy sauce
1 tsp ground ginger
1 tsp sesame seeds
1 tsp vegetable oil
(3) Mix sauce ingredients until smooth.

(4) Top cooled noodles with sauce, and then sprinkle sauce topping with
chopped chives (or thinly sliced scallion/green onion)

Note: Traditionally, this dish is serve chilled, but some people also enjoy it warm. (It’s often listed as an appetizer on Chinese restaurant menus, but is nourishing enough to be a light entree). It’s great eating, especially on warm days.

Ramen Noodle Korean Style

Submitted By: Katie and Lian

Submitted From: New York


  • 2 pack of koren ramen noodle
  • 2-3 scallions- chopped
  • 2 brown eggs
  • 1 bag of mixed vegtables
  • 2 teaspoons of soy sauce

Boil the frozen vegtables until tender. While the vegtables are cooking, boil 3 cups of water in a saucepan. Add the ramen noodles to the boiling water. After 5-8 min or when the ramen is soft put in seasoning packet. Add the scallions and the vegtables cook for about 2 -4 min. Add soy sacue and stir. Once done put in a bowl and enjoy

Ramen Corn Chowder

Submitted By: Joseph Piedilato

Submitted From: Penn State University


  • 1 package ramen
  • 1/2 cup corn (frozen works best; canned can also be used)
  • 1/2 cup Philadelphia’s Cream Cheese (or generic brand)
  • Optional: Grated Parmesean Cheese

Prepare ramen, get rid of flavor packet. In a small pot, place pot on stove at medium heat. Add cooked ramen noodles, corn, and cream cheese all at once. Stir occaisionally until corn is heated and cream cheese is melted to a sauce. Add Parmesean cheese sparingly, while stirring.

Sunday Night Special Ramen

Submitted By: Allronix

Submitted From: Seattle


  • 1 packet ramen, no seasoning packet
  • 1 tbsp miso
  • Sunflower seeds (handful)
  • 2 green onions
  • Garlic to taste
  • Thai pepper or Crushed jalapeno pepper

Dissolve miso in water. Boil ramen in it. DO NOT DRAIN. Chop onions while it’s boiling and dump in the pot. Put the pepper in a garlic press and crush into the miso broth. Discard the rest of the pepper unless you want to overpower the miso. When the noodles are soft, remove from heat, dump on the sunflower seeds. Iced Tea and FOX Sunday night line-up optional.

Swimming Ramen

Submitted By: Allronix

Submitted From: Seattle


  • 1 packet ramen, no seasoning packet
  • Tofu (or meat if preferred)
  • Peanut sauce
  • Unsalted peanuts, crushed
  • Fresh spinach
  • Optional: Chili flakes

Cook tofu (vegetarian version) or meat in a skillet until browned. Cook ramen in saucepan. While that’s going, add a couple generous handfuls of fresh spinach to the meat or meat substitute and finish cooking. DO NOT OVERCOOK SPINACH. Drain ramen. Put spinach and meat on ramen. Add generous amounts of peanut sauce and a little crushed peanut on top with some chili
flakes if so inclined. Chow down.

Volcano Ramen

Submitted By: Brian

Submitted From: Westland, MI


  • 1 Package of Ramen Noodles (any flavor)
  • Red Hot or Tabasco Sauce (Red Hot gives more flavor)
  • Crushed Red Pepper (Also add to taste)
  • Half a jar of plain spaghetti sauce
  • Optional: Parmesean cheese

First boil the noodles as you usually would, add the flavoring, then put into a small bowl and let it sit for about 5 minutes to let the broth soak into the noodles. Then drain the noodles and cover with the cooked spaghetti sauce. Add hot sauce and red pepper as you like it. Add parmesean cheese if you want to take away some of the spice. Mix together and enjoy!

Note: My personal favorite is Chili Ramen noodles with Red Hot sauce. It’s very flavorful and still spicy enough for me. If you use any of the picante flavors you don’t need to add the red pepper.

Salsa Ramen Surprise

Submitted By: Justin Case

Submitted From: Ithaca, NY


  • 1 pkg ramen
  • 1/4 cup cream cheese
  • 2 tablespoons salsa
  • 1 handful mixed frozen vegetables (broccoli, carrots, etc.)

Cook ramen with frozen vegetables and drain. Add 1/2 flavor packet, cream cheese, and salsa. Mix together and enjoy. Surprise! It tastes good! 🙂