Ramen Pan Fry

Submitted By: Angela Boyd
Submitted From: Emporia, KS


  • 1 Package ramen (flavour of your choice)
  • 1 TBSP sesame oil (any oil will work)
  • 1 tsp sake
  • 1 tsp mirin(optional-gives a sweetish tinge)
  • 1 tsp House of Tsang szechuan spicy stirfry sauce
  • 2 TBSP Soy sauce
  • 1/4 Packet TyLing egg drop soup mix(chinese style)
  • Lemon pepper
  • Pepper
  • Mrs. Dash
  • Garlic powder
  • Vegetables of your choice
  • Optional: 1 beaten egg (optional)
  • Optional: Pinch of ground or powdered ginger

Prepare ramen as directed on package. Separate soup from noodles and set both
aside. Put oil in medium sized frying pan over a medium heat. Add mirin, sake, szechuan sauce, soy sauce and vegetables. Sautee until vegetables are cooked. Pour soup into frying pan and stir, adding 1/4 of egg drop soup mix packet. Cook, stiring frequently, for 3 minutes. Add noodles to pan and add 2 shakes of pepper, 3 shakes of lemmon peper, 3 shakes Mrs. Dash, and a pinch of garlic(or ginger). Cook, stiring frequently until the soup mixture has been almost completely absorbed. (add beaten egg and stir in when 3/4 soup has been absorbed.) Yield: 1-2 servings.

Note: Rainbow ramen works well with this recipie due to its more solid, pasta-like
texture, but any ramen will work well. (It’s nice because I can make somthing tasty with a really bad quality ramen.) You can find mirin at your local oriental market.

Apocalypse Stew

Submitted By: amanda m f

Submitted From: Univ. of MN – Twin Cities


  • Top O’ Ramen
  • 1 Egg
  • Campbell’s cream of mushroom soup
  • water, seasoning packet
  • Optional: milk
  • Optional: onion
  • Optional: peppers
  • Optional: small veggies
  • Optional: cooked meat
  • Optional: cheese

Can be cooked on a stove, or in a microwave, even a hot pot. Boil appropriate amount of water for ramen noodles, displacing some for milk if you have any in your dorm fridge. Add contents of soup can (ie condensed soup)
and egg (and optional ingredients) and heat for at least 5 more minutes. This will make your noodles super mushy and also make sure any bad eggs get cooked through. If it werent for this protein packed recipe, i may not be here today.

Note: Any kind of ramen or water, eggs or milk or veggies work fine. You never get the same taste twice.

Ramen Goulache

Submitted By: Miss Money Penny

Submitted From: Nanaimo BC


  • some lean ground beef (or chicken)
  • 1 can of GOLDEN mushroom soup (not creamy)
  • 1 can mushrooms
  • 2 packs o’ ramen

Brown the ground beef. Throw in the can of mushrooms(Drained) stir till heated through. Add the can of Golden mushroom soup with required water. Add two packs of ramen crunched up (toss the flavor packets) simmer till noodles are desired tenderness and serve. Bon appetite!

Note: If you can’t find Golden mushroom soup then try Onion soup its just as good.

Ryane and Anne’s Cheap and Easy Ramen Dessert

Submitted By: Anne

Submitted From: OHSU-School of Nursing


  • 1 package top ramen (no seasoning packet)
  • Strawberry sauce like you get on an ice-cream sundae
  • bottle of honey you can squeeze from
  • dash cinnamon and sugar
  • Whipped cream the kind from the can works best

Make ramen as usual but do not add seasoning packet. I like to undercook it a little but you can make it how you like. Drain noodles and place in fridge till chilled. Take cold ramen and place on a paper plate. Drizzle as much honey on ramen as desired, I like a lot. Sprinkle on some cinnamon and sugar, and a little of the strawberry sauce. Add whipped cream, then a little more strawberry for color. Eat and EnJOY!!!!!

Note: Make this dessert because it is cheap and easy, you know what they say, you are
what you eat. Try this recipe GUYS to impress your fellow co-ed dorm-mates. It just may work!!!!!