Submitted By: Kedimac
Submitted From: Lewisville, TX
- 1 Oriental flavor ramen noodles
- 1/2 lemon
- 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.
Submitted By: Inki
Submitted From: Minnesota
- 1-2 packages of Raman (I eat 2)
- Pepporoni slices
- 1-2 types of Cheese (I prefer Chedder and Mozzerella)
- Ragu Pizza Quick (Pizza sauce pepporoni flavored)
- Optional: Parmesian cheese for topping
Break ramen into pieces (I usually break into 4 peices)
Cook ramen WITHOUT seasoning
Add butter to hot empty pan (Little bit)
Return ramen to pan
Add Ragu Pizza Quick to pan
Add cubed/shredded cheese to mix
Add seasonings to mix (IF you like it strong)
Add cut up pepporoni to mix.
Heat untill cheese melts. Add parmesian as topping. Enjoy
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.
Submitted By: Noodle
Submitted From: u s of a
- 1 block Ramen noodles
- 1/2 cup peanuts
- 1/2 cup sunflower seeds
- Sachet of French onion soup mix powder
- Tablespoon of oil
Mix warm oil and soup mix (amount depends on how much of a salt fiend you are) in frying pan. Don’t burn it! Add peanuts and sunflower seeds and coat with the mixture. Add Ramen, broken up into small chunks. Mix until everything’s covered. Eat once cooled.
Submitted By: Victor Nishi
Submitted From: Kelowna, BC Canada
- 1 package ramen, noodle broken into quarters
- 2 cup, coarse chopped spinach, raw
- 2 eggs, beaten
- 1/2 cup water
- Optional: cooked meats, chicken, beef, ham, etc
- Optional: frozen convenience vegetables
In nonstick frypan cook ramen noodles with water over medium heat. Break up noodles as they cook. Add spinach and flavor package and continue to cook until spinach is just wilted. Pour eggs over ramen, cover and reduce heat to low. Done when eggs are cooked through. Optional: add meats or other vegetables with spinach. Can be served as side dish with rice or pasta.
Note: Any type will do but soy sauce (Oriental) flavor seems best. For spicy, try the Korean ones.