Fat Kid’s Ramen

Submitted By: Luis Rodriguez

Submitted From: El Paso,TX


  • 1 can tomato sauce
  • 2 packs ramen (Cup Ramen Preferred: use chicken, beef, or pork)
  • 2 Hot Dogs
  • 2 cans water (Tomato Sauce)
  • Garlic Salt (optional)
  • Lemon Pepper (optional)

In a medium sauce pan put the tomato sauce and water. This amount of water will give you a thick spaghetti consistency. Adding more will give a soupy consistency. Let it come to slight boil. Cut hot dogs (raw) into small chunks and throw into pot. Now let come to a full boil and cook for 5 minutes. Add the ramen, if using cup just rip cup and toss in, if using brick, don't forget the flavor pack. (The reason I like cup is for the dried vegetables.) While cooking, season with garlic salt and lemon pepper, or just use salt and pepper as desired. Cook until the noodles are cooked like you like em and serve. (By the way this makes quite a bit or food, if just feeding one person just half all the ingredients.)

Tom Sam Ramen

I have no idea where the name comes from, I googled it even and nothing obvious stood out. Anyway, I like canned salmon sometimes instead of canned tuna for sandwiches on occasion. I bet this would work great with smoked salmon too, but if you're buying smoked salmon, you probably aren't going to test it with ramen.

Submitted By: Jeff Erkhart

Submitted From: Colorado


  • 1 pack of ramen
  • 1 can of salmon (tuna can size)
  • 1/2 can of chopped tomatoes
  • 1 tbsp olive oil
  • 1 tbsp Parmesan cheese
  • 1 tsp oregano
  • 1 tsp garlic

Open the salmon can and drain (mostly drain). In a small saucepan, mix the tomatoes, salmon, olive oil, and spices and bring to a simmer. You will need to add enough water to the pan to cook the noodles in too. It will be between 1 cup and 1.5 cups depending on how much tomato liquid gets added. Once it's simmering, add the ramen and the flavor packet. Cover and cook for 3 minutes. Serve and sprinkle with Parmesan cheese.

World Series Ramen

As I sit here reloading the Rockies webpage over and over and over, I was wondering what the best ramen recipe is that could be made with "ballpark" food. Not the lower-deck faire with stuffed mushrooms, but the standard goods: hot dogs, chili, pretzels, peanuts, beer, etc. If you have an idea for one, let me know.

UPDATE: If anyone from the Rockies organization happens to read this page, I hope you realize how many of your fans you've alienated with your incompetence and lies. Anyway, I hope everyone else can enjoy the WS.

UPDATE 2: Here's the official recipe finally. If you live in Denver, don't choke on this one.

Submitted By: Ken Sanders

Submitted From: Conway, AR


  • 2 Packs of Top Ramen (beef preferably)
  • One 14.5 ounce can sauerkraut
  • ½ pound smoked sausage (polish preferably)
  • ½ cup chopped onions
  • ¼ cup chopped green peppers
  • ¼ cup relish
  • Salt and pepper

Cook sausage by any method you prefer (grilled highly recommended). Heat sauerkraut in a small sauce pan, add in onion and peppers. Slice the cooked sausage and add to the kraut, reason with salt and pepper, and let it simmer while covered for about 4-5 minutes. Cook ramen as usual. Add kraut and sausage to your bowl of ramen, garnish with relish, and enjoy a ballpark classic ramen style. Try it with jalapeno peppers as well for some extra spice.

Ramen on a Study Guide?

Have any of the students out there seen a “Welcome to college life” one page study guide from Bar Charts.com? These are the one page, laminated quick reference sheets for things like math, books, etc etc. They were going to use some ramen recipes from this site for a freebie guide that they were giving out to college students. I never heard whether they actually did it, and they never sent me my free guides that I was supposed to get for helping out. If you've seen one in the wild, let me know and send me a scan if possible.

Ramen Eating Contest in NYC

I meant to post this last week, but then I forgot, sorry!

Excerpt: Given that the typical night in a noodle bar basically looks (and sounds) like a competitive-eating contest, it’s not hard to imagine what's store for us at the 2007 Naruto Wii World Ramen Eating Championship Saturday at the Nintendo Store in Rockefeller Center. (The contest is part of the launch of a new Nintendo Wii game.) On the other hand, it’s always a question as to which New York eater is going to come out on top. Over on Epicurious, Michael Park profiles a few of the contenders including rivaling roommates Crazy Legs Conti and Tim “Eater X” Janus.

Link has a great photo:


Another link with more contest info:


From the “Corporate BS” Department…

This is why you shouldn’t trust PR shills, they end up writing crap like this and it finds it's way to Google News. And here's how I know it's BS, I've never even heard of this company, so this may was well come from the Brussels Sprouts Association.

"Youth of America Rejecting Ramen Noodles -- Increasingly Opting for Healthier, Ready-to-Eat Gourmet Fare From Kohinoor"


Give me a call when there's a popular Kohinoor recipe site fellas.