Submitted By: Jay McGrew
Submitted From: Indiana University
- 1 bag of ramen (I prefer oriental)
- 1 can of tuna (I prefer in spring water)
- 4 slices of bread
- 1-2 tablespoons mayonaise
While ramen is boiling, place four pieces of bread (if toaster is available, toasted is best) on large plate. Strain tuna. Mix tuna in a bowl with packet of ramen flavoring and mayonaise. When ramen is done, strain and mix ramen with tuna in bowl. Empty bowl of ramen and tuna onto bread. Eat with fork in front of tv. Great meal before and after a good binge.
Note: this is a great meal for around 70 cents. you can also spread contents on crackers as opposed to using bread.
Submitted By: Glenn Craig
Submitted From: Paradise
- 1 pk ramen, toss flavor packet
- 8 oz fruit coctail, canned
- 2 oz water, for cooking ramen
- dash salt
- Optional: dash of vanilla
- Optional: sugar
Cook ramen “dry”, so that it contains little fluid when soft Add fruit coctkail, dash of salt, whatever else your taste deems possible !
Note: Top ramen works best.
Submitted By: Emily
Submitted From: Pennsylvania
- Ramen, any flavor
- Peanut Butter
- Knife (optional)
Remove ramen from the package. Throw away the seasoning packet ’cause it’s yucky. There should be two layers of dried noodles (at least that’s how they come in the brand I buy). Carefully, over a garbage can, break these two layers apart. Then break each layer into about eight pieces or so, they should be bite-sized. Spread peanut butter with knife (or finger(s) if you’re feeling silly!) on a piece of the noodles and eat. Yum! Crunchy and delicious. Great study snack.
Submitted By: Ed T.
Submitted From: New Hampshire
- 2 Packets Ramen Noodels (Any flavor)
- Ranch Salad dressing (With or without bacon)
- Paramesan Cheese
Cook noodels, drain, loose the flavor packet. Add a good size blob of ranch dressing. Add cheese and stir well. Enjoy
Note: Thanks to Megs for the dinners. You can use any ranch even thoes light ones. This also works if you cook the noodles in the microwave
Submitted By: Maggie
Submitted From: Southern Illinois University
- 1 brick of ramen
- peanut butter
Open ramen and save flavor packet for later. Most ramen is in a brick, and if
you look closely, has been folded in half. Break along this fold into two
Spread peanut butter on the dry ramen for a quick calorie boost.
Note: This is very good for backpackers, campers, and all other varieties of the poor and hungry. Be warned, you’ll get some strange looks from bystanders, unless you are among other backpackers. My roomate has dubbed this snack “Sh*t brick” because of it’s appearance. I assure you though, it’s quite delicious!
Submitted By: Maggie
Submitted From: Southern Illinois University
- 2-3 packets of ramen noodles (any flavor)
- 16 oz. bag of semi-sweet chocolate chips
- several cups of powdered sugar (confectioner’s sugar)
- 2 tbsp. margarine
- 1 gallon-size ziplock bag
- Optional: several globs of peanut butter
Discard flavor packets (or save them for later, very tasty on white rice!) and
crush dry (uncooked) ramen into bite size pieces. It’s ok of little bits break
off, it’ll all stick together in the end. In saucepan or microwave, melt margarine and chocolate chips. Stir until smooth. If you want, you can add peanut butter for extra flavor and calories. Stir in the noodle bits and mix until evenly coated with chocolate goop. Put powdered sugar in ziplock first, then add chocolate-covered noodles. Shake
vigorously. When everything is pretty evenly coated, spread out on sheets of wax-paper or cookie sheets, breaking any large clumps up into bite-size bits. Cool and enjoy!
Note: I got this idea from a recipe for “Muddy Buddies” on a Chex box. Chex is good,
but ramen is better!
Submitted By: Trevor Marty
Submitted From: Rochester,MN
- 1 package ramen (any flavor)
- 1 green pepper
- some baby carrots
- 1 or 2 eggs – depending on how many eating
- 1 tomato
- couple of mushrooms sliced
- water (obviously)
- Olive oil
- Optional: Cumin
- Optional: Oregano
- Optional: Curry
- Optional: Red wine/unless its shrimp noodles then white
- Optional: Crunchy peanut butter makes a nice peanut sauce.
Water in the pan while its heating cut you veggies. When water starts to bubble throw the noodles and the carrots in. Wait till near the end to put the peppers in. (I like them crunchy). When water enters a rolling boil drop the egg or eggs in the water. (looks very trippy) This is also the time to put the peppers in. Leave the cap off, as it will just boil over then. Let this go for a little while, then drain water leaveing enough on the bottom to mix flavor packet. (Only use half) That’s when you will add the other ingrediants as well. Add to taste. Beware to much wine though — just a dribble or two. Through the tomatoe and the mushrooms on together, not while cooking as they get really soggy.. If you’ve decided to use the peanut butter it’s best to slowly heat this in a seperate pan, adding curry to taste. Then slowly stir it into the noodle dealy. Very nice. Enjoy.
Submitted By: Robert Nogawa
Submitted From: Japan
- 1 Pack of chicken flavor Ramen
- 1 egg
- 4oz Cucumber
- 3oz Ham
- 2oz green onion
- 1oz red pickled ginger
- 2 pinch of sesame seed
- Japanese Mustard (karashi)
- 2oz Vinegar
- 1oz sugar
- 2oz Soysauce
- 1oz sesame oil
First take soup pack of ramen and bring to boil with half cup of water, remove
from stove then add soysauce, vinegar sugar 7 sesame oil and chill.
Beat Egg and cook in frying pan with dash of sesame oil, cook the Egg to a very
Cut cucumber and Green onion and Egg & ham to 3 inch long strips and chill.
Cook noodles until firm bite and shock in ice cold water and drain in strainer.
Find a deep western soup dish and mount noodles in center, garnish the side of
the mounted noodles with Ham,cucumber,green onions, egg and red ginger, top with
the sesame seeds & japanese mustard and slowly pour from the side the chilled
Very nice dish when Hot during summer and lost appetite from heat, this dish is
eaten alot during the muggy humid summer in Japan.
Note: Nishin shio Ramen or Saporo ichiban shio ramen
or any chicken Based Ramen
Submitted By: Kenton Henry for Timbotronic Toner
Submitted From: Portland, Oregon
- 1 package Top Ramen (or your choice) – Any flavor
- 1 egg any color
- 1/2 can spam – diced
- Optional: Herbs (pronounced with an “H”) – Thyme, Oregano, Cumin, etc.
- Optional: Hot Sauce if your Ramen is not.
Set Ramen to boil per directions, with herbs and spam if you desire. Meanwhile,
beat one egg like you were going to make scrambled eggs (no milk please). When
Ramen is good and done, but still boiling, add egg while stirring the noodles.
Make sure you stir well. Viola, defacto Korean-American Ramen. Cheap and
Note: Traditionally, this would have been done with Crab or Krab, but Spam is the poor
man’s version. Chicken works really well too, but make sure it is cooked before
you add it to the broth. Basically, it becomes a Ramen Egg Drop Soup at that
Submitted By: Joe Blair
Submitted From: Dallas, Texas
- 1 package Ramens, any brand, any flavor
- 1 1/2 cups water
- 1/4 cup Velveeta cheese (about 1/2″ slice)
- 1/4 cup Picante sauce
- Optional: a few sliced jalapeno peppers
Break the ramen noodles up and put them in a microwave safe bowl. Add the water,
season pack, cheese and picante sauce. microwave for 3 minutes. Stir and let set
a couple of minutes. Eat.
Note: I break my noodles by throwing the sealed package flat on a hard floor a couple
of times. Works good.
Use Pace Picante Sauce. All that other stuff is made in New York City.