So Far Behind…

I am so far behind… I have about a 4 month backlog of recipes built-up, so if yours doesn’t post soon, don’t worry, it might still make it. I post about 60-75% of recipes I receive, but sometimes it can be a couple of months late. I do always write back to people who’s recipes I post.

Fiesta Beef Ramen

Submitted By: Jason Knox
Submitted From: New Brunswick, Canada

I wonder if you can buy Fiesta Tomato soup in ths US. I’ve never seen it. (Then again my wife does most of the shopping).


  • 1lb ground beef
  • 3-5 Packages Hot and Spicey Ramen
  • 1 Can Campbell Fiesta Tomato Soup
  • 1 Onion
  • 2 Clove Garlic
  • Chilli Pepper Flakes
  • (Optional) Bulls Eye BBQ Sauce

Cook ground beef till brown. Add chopped onion and garlic to pan. Add chilli\'s depending on how hot you like it. Breakup ramen and cook in separate pot as normal (Leave some water with the noodles). Add soup and some Bulls Eye to beef mixture. Mix in Ramen to beef. Simmer on low heat for 5-10 minutes, stir and serve.

Freebase Ramen

Numerous people have submitted this, so I finally added it back in. As far as I know it was invented by the snobby chicks at my high school, although I can claim invention of the name of the recipe.

Update: Numerous comments have stated that a) the chicks at my high school did not invent this, perhaps the Koreans did, or perhaps it was a guy named Jack. You will note that this recipe has been on my site for quite some time (see post #227). I will claim that I did invent that name all on my own, although its possible that someone else used the moniker before me, it was the product of my creativity.


  • 1 pack of Ramen, any flavor.

Without opening the bag, break the noodles up into small chunks. Be careful not to puncture the bag.

Now open one end of the bag and add the flavouring. Holding the opened end closed tightly, shake the bag to distribute the flavouring.

Eat with fingers directly from the bag.

Red Cross Ramen

Adam writes from Denver…

Did you know if you spent just $100…

You could get 400 packs of Ramen – which would serve…

800 people. Imagine sending that to the victims of Hurricane Katrina. 800 people fed one meal – about 260 people completely fed for a day. WOW.

Only problem is, you would need 50 gallons of fresh, clean water to make the Ramen, and shipping costs to Fedex it from Colorado would cost 20 bucks extra. Still...

Just think about it.

Donate to the Red Cross at 1-800-HELP-NOW or visit their website at

Coffee Pot Ramen

Not a recipe, but an interesting way to cook your noodles…

Take one package of Ramen Noodles and place inside coffee pot. Then you fill your coffee maker with water. Turn coffee pot on and allow it to cook its self. Let set for about 10 minutes so the noodles cook.... then drain noodles into a bowl. Add the flavoring of your package and any other seasonings you may like. Then eat.

I used to have a video that Kam Kashani sent in of cooking ramen in an espresso maker, I lost it somewhere along the way...

Site Down Yesterday

I found out the hard way that my host is based in Los Angeles. LA lost power for most of the afternoon yesterday and my site was down. It wasn't back up by 8PM mountain, but it came back up sometime over the night... So much for the Always On Ramen Infrastructure...

The Worst Recipe?

Whats the worst recipe on the site? It could be the grossest, the stupidest, or one thats just plain dumb. Vote in the comments and I will remove the worst recipe...

Hyper Mega Ramen

Submitted By: Lactone
Submitted From: Mississippi, USA


  • 1 package of Knorr’s Vegetable soup mix
  • 1 package of Ramen (I like Pork, but any flavor will do)
  • 2 Pork chops. Grilled then cubed.
  • 3 cups water

Mix 3 cups water with Knorr\’s vegetable soup mix and ramen noodle seasoning (from ramen package); bring to boil on medium to high heat. Cook for 8 minutes (or until dehydrated vegetables seem hydrated). Reduce heat to med-low and add noodles. Cover, stirring occasionally. By now the pork chops should be on the grill. Once the noodles are tender to your liking add pork, and serve in large dish. This meal is so good I find it feeds one.... me, might get two smaller portions out of it though.

Inlow’s Dreamy Tomato Creamy Noodle HotDog Cheezy Soup

Submitted By: Inlow
Submitted From: Alexandria, VA, USA

Ramenmaster's Note: I would never eat this. I dont really like tomato soup...


  • 1 can of Tomato Soup
  • 1 can of 1% Milk (using the tomato Soup can)
  • 1 Package of Ramen Chicken flavor
  • Chopped Carrots if you have them
  • Chopped Hotdogs if you have them
  • 1 Pinch of Shredded Mozzarella Cheese

Pour Tomato soup in to a pot, and begin heating. Fill Tomato soup can with 1% milk and pour into pot with Tomato Soup. cool until hot. Add crunched up Ramen noodles to the pot. Add Half of the Chicken seasoning package. Add Hotdog bits (optional). Add Carrot bits (optional). Cook until Noodles are the way you like them. Pour into 2 bowls.

This is optional but I love it.. Sprinkle mozzarella cheese on top of the soup and let it melt. This is great for dipping crackers.

Note: If you do not have 1% Milk, you can use i Can of Water, but it takes away alotof the creaminess.

Beef and Broccoli Noodle Soup

Submitted By: Lois
Submitted From: Massachusetts

I’ve never seen Roast Beef Ramen, but apparently it exists…


  • 2 C. broccoli, 2″ long pieces
  • 1 lb steak, cut into small pieces
  • 8 c. water
  • 4 pkgs Roast beef ramen noodles.

Cook broccoli in 8 c. water to which you have added the 4 pks of seasonings, for about 10 minutes. Meanwhile, fry up the steak pieces in a little oil. Add steak to broccoli and broth, bring to a boil. Add the 4 pkgs of noodles and cook for about 5 minutes.