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Jun 152009

This recipe sounds awesome. For anyone who likes chorizo, it might be good in this dish. Personally, I don’t like chorizo, but I know lots of people who do. Also did you know that the dictionary in Firefox doesn’t think that chorizo is a word? It is recommending chorister, now there’s a word you use everday!

Submitted By: Michael Boyle
Submitted From: Pennsylvania


  • 2 packages of Ramen Chicken (or Chili) Flavor
  • 1/4 cup (half medium onion) of onion, diced
  • 1/2 cup of green peppers, sliced or diced
  • 1/2 cup of green peas
  • 2-3 links (appx 1 pound) of cooked and sliced sweet (or hot) Italian sausage
  • 1 teaspoon minced garlic (fresh preferable)
  • 1 can of Ro*Tel Original diced tomatoes with green chili peppers.

Cook the sausage (Grilled Wegman’s Sweet Italian tastes great!), slice after cooking and set aside.
Cut and saute onion and garlic in a pan. Pour the liquid only from the Ro*Tel diced tomatoes into a pot, and add 2.5 cups of water and flavor packets. Boil the water. Place noodles in pot with onion, garlic, peas, peppers. Cook until noodles are soft. Transfer to serving bowl, add diced tomatoes and sausage – TOSS!
Voila…Just hot enough to maybe make you sweat. Substitute regular diced tomatoes for a less spicy rendition.

Jan 142003

Submitted By: Bert Johnson

Submitted From: Maryland


  • 1 package of Top Ramen Chili Flavor
  • 1/4 cup of onion, diced
  • 1/2 cup of peppers (I prefer Hungarian Wax Peppers, but wimps can use green peppers)
  • 2 links (appx 1/2 pound) of cooked and sliced hot Italian sausage
  • 1 tablespoon if minced garlic (fresh preferable)
  • 1 can of diced or stewed tomatoes.

Cook the sausage. While cooking, poke the links and allow the grease to come out into the pan. Remove cooked sausage, cut, and set aside. Cut and saute onion, pepper and garlic in the pan with the grease from the sausage. Pour the liquid from the diced tomatoes into a pot, add appx. 1.5 to 2 cups of water (depending on how much broth you like) and flavor packet. Boil the water. Put in noodles, meat and veggies. Cook until noodles are soft. Great flavor and will clear up a stuffy nose better than anything

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Jun 292008

Chichi is the real title of this fine recipe, but I wonder if Johnny Cash ever got to try this during his visit. I also like the imagery below of kneading the meal in a trashbag before eating it, yum.

Submitted By: Mikey Accident

Submitted From: Folsom


  • 2 packs of ramen noodles hot and spicy or other spicy variety
  • 1/3 bottle of jalapeno squeeze cheese
  • 1 summer sausage
  • 1 Slim Jim (the food product, not the breaking and entering tool)
  • 1 bag of instant chili (canned will work)
  • 1 small garbage bag (if you only have a regular house size one,cut the top half off)

Before you start crush the noodles while they are still in the package. Microwave a bowl of water for 2 minutes, then add both ramen noodle packets and let sit for now. (Put on a lid on the bowl if you have one.) Now, chop or dice the summer sausage and Slim Jim, and then make or heat the chili. The noodles should now be fully expanded (about 10 mins), drain ALL the water from the noodles. Dump the noodles into the garbage bag then add 1 flavor pack and 1/3 bottle of jalapeno cheese and knead the bag. Next add the meat then knead again till meat is evenly distributed. Now add the hot chili (the hotter the better). This would also be the time to add the other flavor pack if you want. I find one and a half packs to be enough but you could add more later if needed. Finally, knead the bag again and you’re ready to enjoy fine prison cuisine. I can eat it all myself but it could feed 2 normal people. I recommend eating it with a spork for the authentic prison experience.

May 032008

More evidence of just how bad the regular food is in jail here…

Submitted By: xBigBx

Submitted From: Youngstown, Ohio


  • 2 packages of ramen, no specific flavor
  • 1 small bag of nacho cheese Doritos
  • 1 small summer sausage

In jail, these are made by microwaving the water and letting the ramens soak in the hot water for a while. However, you can use your stove top if you like. My buddy who was in jail for a few months told me about these and i absolutely love making them…they taste a hell of alot better than they sound.

  1. Completely crush the Doritos and place them into boiling water for 4 minutes, or until soft.
  2. 2. Boil the ramen
  3. Dice the summer sausage
  4. Drain most of the water from the ramen
  5. Mix the ramen, the cheese “sauce” that is now made from the Doritos, the ramen flavor packs, and the summer sausage together in a bowl
Nov 142007

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.

Mar 282006

CactusV writes: Here’s a recipe I learned in prison; it’s for a generic asian-style teriyakiesque dish we referred to simply as “Chinese Food”. A more interesting/catchy name is “Sweet & Spicy Coke Ramen”.


  • 1 pack Texas Beef Ramen (or regular beef, or asian – but Texas Beef is best)
  • 1/2 to 3/4 can Coke (not diet)
  • 1 pack salted peanuts
  • 1 Beef stick (aka Slim Jim) –Optional–

Cook noodles. Use one of your work boots and the concrete floor of your cell to crush the peanuts inside the bag. Add about 2/3 of the peanuts and eat the rest while you’re “cooking”. Drain water from noodles, then add seasoning packet and coke. Add peanuts and optional sliced beef stick or summer sausage. Add more coke to achieve the right amount of sauce and balanced flavor.

Dec 162005

Submitted By: Pat Hager
Submitted From: Appleton, Wisconsin


  • 1 slice of american cheese
  • 3-4 oz of shredded cheddar cheese
  • 1 package of ramen noodles (seasoning not needed)
  • 3 eggs
  • ham, bacon, or sausage (quanity desired)
  • 2 tablespoons of milk

Start with boiling the Ramen noodles on the stove. While your doing this you could warm up a skillet for your meat of choice and the eggs. Begin cooking your meat in the skillet. Drain the Ramen noodles but do not add the seasoning. Add the American and shredded cheddar cheese to the ramen noodles along with your milk. Other types of cheese may be added or substituted for the american or cheddar. Throw the noodles and cheese in the microwave for about a minute or until cheese is melted (time may differ). Grill up three eggs however you like them (scrambled, over easy, hard, ect…) Put it all together onto a plate and enjoy!

Aug 302005

Submitted By: Lea Kerry
Submitted From: West Monroe,Louisiana

  • One package of shrimp (use 2 seasonings if have an extra one) noodles
  • chicken bouillion cube (if Strong flavored noodles desired) otherwise half a chicken breast- shredded
  • some cajun sausage, cubed
  • tiny pinch of sugar
  • half tsp butter
  • half tsp gimbo file (omit if dont have any on hand. It just makes it even more cajuny)
  • a few peices okra (omit if not on hand)
  • pinch or so celery salt
  • half tsp MINCED garlic from jar or a few piches of powder(NOT GARLIC SALT)

Cook noodles as usual. Just add everything as soon as you put the noodle block in. These noodles should be soupy and have broth when done. You must either/or both put hot sauce OR season to taste when noodles are in bowl, with any type of cajun spice!! (some people drain all juice) A few things are missing from the ingredients, and your’re using noodles instead of rice – but its pretty close to jumblaya!

Apr 012005

Submitted By: Brett
Submitted From: Houston, TX, USA


  • 3-4 – Ramen soups (spicy or beef)
  • 1 – Squeeze Cheese
  • 1 – Can Chilli no beans
  • 1 – Summer Sausage
  • Couple handfulls of cornchips
  • Couple jalapenos

Note: I am always a sucker for recipes from jail. Also, they let you have hot pots in jail? Sounds more like college to me.

Open all noodles and place inside some type plastic bag (lg. corn chip bag works great). Add cornchips and crush mix thouroughly (don’t leave any large chunks), then add the seasoning packs. Then bring some water to boil in your hotpot. While your water heats up go ahead and slice up your jalapenos and summer sausage. Once the water is hot enough, pour into your bag with the noodle/chip/seasoning mix. Important: add just enough water to come up just below top of mix (don’t drown them).Refill pot and heat can of chilli in it. Knead and work the bag with noodles in it around mixing thouroughly. Once this is done lay bag out and flatten down evenly, making dough/crust. If you’ve done this correctly there shouldn’t be alot of water running out if there is add more crushed chips and mix untill thickens. Fold end of bag, secure with paper clip, and wrap with towel to insulate and let “cook” for about 10 mins. Once done cut bag down middle and bottom and spread open. Noodles should remain in rectangular shape and be stuck together (like dough). Pour your chilli over top and spread evenly (if too runny add a few crushed corn chips to thicken mix. Then comes a layer of squeeze cheese, topped with summer sausage and jalapenos. Slice evenly and enjoy with your cell mates. Yum.

Kimchi HotDog Ramen

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Jan 092005

Submitted By: Joey
Submitted From: California


  • whipped egg
  • thinly sliced smoked hotdogs or sausage
  • fresh garlic
  • chopped onions
  • Napa cabbage fresh
  • Kimchi (pickled cabbage)
  • dried chives

Brown hotdogs/sausage in a skillet with the chopped onions and garlic. Boil water, about 3-5 cups. Reduce heat to simmer and add whipped egg slowly and stir. Next add sliced and browned smoked hotdogs/sausage next add Napa cabbage let simmmer for 1 minute. Add package of noodles and simmer for 3 minutes. Either drain ingredients or pour into bowl. Top off with Kimchi.