Southwestern Chicken Ramen

I’m hungry now.

Submitted By: Cory
Submitted From: Greenville, NC

Cory says: I’m a big fan of Ramen with nothing more than seasonings and sauces, mostly because I can't afford meats and vegetables. So, this is made with Chicken ramen, and some common household ingredients.


  • 1 packet of chicken Ramen
  • A pinch of fresh minced garlic (optional)
  • Some garlic powder
  • Some onion powder
  • Some oregano/basil (optional)
  • White con queso cheese sauce (tostitos brand is good)
  • Some ranch dressing/sauce

Cook the ramen normally (with flavor packet), but with the minced garlic in the water. Add a bit of garlic powder while it's still boiling. When it's finished boiling, cut the heat, add the chicken flavoring packet, and stir. Once your noodles are good and chickeny, add a decent ammount more of garlic powder, and a pinch of onion powder. Add a pinch of the oregano/basil, and stir well.

Once everything is dissolved and it smells good, drain, and add a small ammount of the Queso dip and the ranch dressing. Stir until the noodles have absorbed the flavor (they'll look a bit thicker and creamy). Enjoy.

If you happen to have red pepper to toss in, or some cheeses that would work (cheddar, Monteray Jack, etc...) feel free.

Saskatoon Breakfast Ramen

Okay, the main reason I am posting this because its from Saskatoon, which has a great name, almost as good as Moose Jaw.

Submitted By: Tyler
Submitted From: Saskatoon, SK, Canada


  • 1 package of Chicken Ramen not-crushed
  • 2 small eggs, beaten
  • Cheddar Cheese cut into small cubes
  • Chopped up Bacon
  • Chopped Tomato and Green Onions

Boil Ramen noodles as via normal methods. Cook bacon to your desired crispness. Drain all water from the noodles, and chop bacon, cheese, tomato, and Onions. Add eggs, bacon, chopped cheese, tomato, and onions, place on medium heat and stir mixture well. Cook for a few minutes, until eggs are done. Alternatively, cook the onions with the bacon to soften them up.

Washington Post Reports… “Ways to Use a Ramen Noodle Seasoning Packet”

Although the best use is probably in ramen, I suppose you can use it for other purposes too. This is a brief article (looks like filler to me), but here it is:


College student or not, you probably have one lying around: a lone packet of ramen noodles seasoning. How did it make the disconnect from its noodles? Who knows?


Cluck Cluck Crockpot Ramen

I’m not sure I have any crockpot ramen recipes, so here’s one… Now, will the noodles hold up? Someone try and it confirm for me (I don't have a crockpot)

Submitted By: Deb
Submitted From: Louisville, Kentucky, USA


  • 4 chicken tenders or any chicken without skin and bone
  • 1 can cream of chicken soup
  • 1 pkg vegetable or chicken flavored Ramen
  • noodles with seasoning packet
  • 4 ounces of sour cream
  • Optional: Drain and add 1 can of your favorite mixed vegetables.
  • Optional: A bay leaf (remember to remove it before serving as it is not be eaten!)
  • Put the chicken in the bottom off the crockpot. Break the noodles with a rolling pin while still in the package and then remove the seasoning packet. Next mix the soup with the seasoning packet and pour on top of chicken. Then sprinkle broken noodles on top. Set crockpot to low and cook for 5-6 hours or high for 3-4 hours. The last 15 minutes of cooking then stir in the sour cream.

    Serve with purchased cole slaw and sweet iced tea. Serves 4... or 2 if your appetite is like mine.