Igor’s Magickal Mystery Combat Ramen

Submitted By: Reverend Omestes

Submitted From: PC, Phoenix Az


  • 1 pouch of beef Top Ramen
  • 5 drops of Mongolian Fire Sauce, or Tabasco
  • A liberal amount of garlic powder
  • Fresh group pepper
  • 1 cap full of Bourbon
  • A little amount of ground ginger
  • Optional: dehydrated veggie flakes
  • Optional: Lemon Salt
  • Optional: Green food coloring
  • Optional: A little amount of good beer

Fill up a small pot with the requistite amount of water. Add about 5 shakes of pepper (or about twenty twists of a pepper mill). Add enough garlic power to cover the top-center of the pot (it floats). Add five drops of fire sauce or tabasco. And if you want add the dehydrated veggie flakes. Bring to a low boil. Add the Ramen, both peices. Add green food coloring if you want the “combat” effect. Halfway throught the cooking time, add a pinch of lemon salt (if you want). Add one cap full (or a 5 second pour) of good bourban (or wiskey) for flavor. If you want you can add a VERY small amount of beer (it enhances the flavor like salt does). Finish cooking. Add beef flavor while the ramen is still boiling. Stir and let boil for 1 mintute. Pour out half of the liquid, put in a bowl, and enjoy!

Note: This is completely no alcoholic, the alcohol will boil off, just leaving a slight bite. The ramen absorbs the the stuff you boil with it.

Ramen Clam Chowder Pie

Submitted By: TD

Submitted From: Atlanta


  • 1 Pack Ramen any flavor
  • 1 can Clam Chowder(New England Style)
  • 1 pie crust
  • a handful of Cheddar cheese
  • Some ritz crackers
  • Optional: Hot Sauce

Prepare ramen as normal. Drain water. Heat up clam chowder wihtout water. Mix together pour into pie crust top wih cheese and ritz crackers. Bake until crackers are visibly toasted.

Note: Try it with hot sauce.

Shrimp and Bok Choy Ramen

Submitted By: Cyndy

Submitted From: Denver, CO


  • Several small cooked and cleaned shrimp
  • Sliced green onion
  • Sliced small amount of Bok Choy
  • Optional: Jalapeno pepper
  • Optional: Bean Sprouts
  • Optional: Fresh Lime cut up in wedges
  • Optional: Tamari sauce
  • Optional: Asian Chili Paste or Chili Oil
  • Optional: Rice Vinegar

To the oriental flavor or shrimp flavor Ramen:
Add small cooked shrimp, cut up bok choy, sliced green onions, small diagonal slices of jalapeno peppers. To spice this up….add some asian chili paste and tamari sauce. Dress it up with some fresh bean sprouts and squeeze fresh lime over top.

Note: Use Oriental or Shrimp Flavor. This is a A slightly Vietnamese method of dressing up Ramen Noodles.


Submitted By: Adam Fisher

Submitted From: Columbus University, LA


  • 2 packets of Ramen (any flavor)
  • 2 white eggs
  • Spaghetti Sauce
  • Paprika
  • Optional: Black Pepper

boil the noodles so thier done without the flavor. Now stir fry the noodles in a pan and add flavor right onto the noodles while you stir. Next, fry the eggs, not boiled! Make the perfect omlet. Put it along witht he noodles in a semi large bowl. Add papprika! Add sauce!

Note: 1. Remember, pan needs to be oily so that the noodles dont stick.
2. You can add paprika while the noodle is being stir fried as well.
3. I usually add a few pinches of black pepper at the end before serviing.

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.

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.

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.

Pizza Ramen

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
Strain ramen
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