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.

Chili Frito Pie Ramen Style

Submitted By: Dagan Miller

Submitted From: Green River, WY (USA)


  • Use 4 pkgs of Ramen (Beef or Chicken)
  • 2 Cans of Chili
  • 1 or 2 Polish Sausages
  • 25 Frito Chips

Make noodles as directed on package. Don’t add Ramen season packet to the noodles. Drain noodles and set aside while you make the sauce. Cook 2 cans of chili in a pan. Add season package while cooking the chili. Cook the polish sausages in the microwave. Chop the sausages. Add to Chili sauce and then mix with noodles. Serve on a plate with Frito chips laying around the plate and a few in the center for looks.

Note: By keeping the ramen to chili ratio 2:1 the chili is barely on the noodles almost like a powdered seasoning instead of a sauce.