Submitted By: Laila Subaie
Submitted From: Sonoma, California
- Cheddar Cheese
First, you need to take the cheese grater and grate up some carrots. Next, you need to boil the noodles until they are soft, then put the two in the same bowl and kinda mix them together like you would a salad. Next grate some cheese (you need more cheese than ramen and carrots). Put the cheese in the bowl with the the other ingredients. Mix it like you would a salad again. Get a frying pan and put some butter in it until it melts. The next thing you need to do is take your ingredients in the bowl and make little patty type shapes, put in in the pan an cook it like a pancake.
Submitted By: John
Submitted From: DeKalb, Illinois
- 1 Package Ramen Noodles
- 1 or 2 Flavor Packets (I’ve only tried it with chicken)
- 1 Egg
- 1 Handful of Bacos
- 1 Slice of American cheese
Preheat oven to "Broil". Add flavoring of your choice to water on top of stove. Boil up the noodles, careful not to destroy the perfect cube-like shape! (If you lose the cube shape, you’re screwed.) Once the noodles are starting to soften, throw in a beaten egg on top of ’em. Once the egg has coagulated, carefully scoop out cube with a spatula. Quickly cover noodle-egg cube with a slice of American cheese, place Bacos on top of cheese. Place on a cookie sheet on the top shelf of your oven. Let broil until cheese melts. Let cool. Eat. Very good for late night munchies!
Submitted By: John L. Rose
Submitted From: Sackville, New Brunswick, Canada
- Frozen corn niblets
- One egg
- Optional: Leftover chicken, ham, or porkchop
Start with however much water the package calls for, plus 1/4 or 1/2 cup more, in a saucepan. Get the water straight from the hot water faucet because, well, it’s quicker. Add contents of flavor packet. Throw in two big handfuls of frozen corn niblets, and bring to a boil. For some reason, other vegetables just don’t work as well.
Add noodles (smashed, if you’re in a hurry to eat it; intact if you have all afternoon) and bring to a boil again.
When noodles are nearly done, crack an egg into it and stir immediately, so that you don’t get big lumps of boiled egg. Let it simmer for a minute longer. Add thin slices of leftover chicken, ham, or porkchop, if you have any
Serve in a very large bowl, and sprinkle with a lot of freshly ground pepper. Best eaten using a fork _and_ a large spoon.
Note:Recommended for Sapporo Ichiban’s ‘original flavor’, or any no-name brand’s ‘oriental flavor’.