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Jul 042008

I love to eat tuna and this sounds like one I could make while camping! I’m asking Jilly whether you need to drain the tuna, I’m thinking no, but if so, I will update this recipe. Response: Don’t drain the tuna, you want the teriyaki flavor!

Submitted By: Jilly

Submitted From: E. Tennessee, USA


  • 1 packet ramen, any flavor
  • 1 Chicken of the Sea tuna cup, teriyaki flavor
  • 1 carrot, thinly sliced
  • 1/4-1/2 tsp freshly chopped ginger
  • 1/4 tsp honey
  • 1 green onion, thinly sliced
  • soy sauce or Teriyaki sauce (optional)

Cook noodles, reserving or discarding flavor packet. Meanwhile, steam carrots with ginger and honey in water just to cover until crisp-tender. Drain the noodles and place in shallow bowl. Add contents of tuna cup, breaking up chunks. Drain and add the cooked carrots. Sprinkle the bowl with sliced green onion and toss all together. Season with Teriyaki or soy sauce as desired. Note: I initially made this with oriental flavor ramen and added the flavor packer to the drained noodles, but found it too salty.

Jan 152007

Since I have today off, I decided to get some instant ramen at Target to eat while my wife is at work. For $.99, I purchased a Maruchan Yakisoba Teriyaki Flavor microwave bowl. It cooks in the microwave for 4 minutes and then sits for 1 and was extremely easy to make. The seasoning goes in last, and as I poured it, I smelled the overwhelming smell of cinnamon! This was quite unexpected, but oddly, it doesn’t taste like cinnamon (or much like teriyaki either). There is no meat in this bowl, and the quantity is enough to be part of a meal, but probably not a full one.

My overall feeling is that these are quality noodles, but I find the seasoning to be quite an odd flavor. I will finish what I have, but will probably try the other flavors (I’ve seen chicken flavor, but there may be more) next time!

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Dec 172005

Submitted By: Jon Ingram
Submitted From: Huntsville, Alabama


  • Two packs of Ramen noodles (Teriyaki)
  • 1-2 eggs
  • pepper
  • salt
  • one half of a small onion

This may seem \”BLASPHEMOUS\” to some Ramen purists but I find that microwaving your noodles for about 3 to 4 minutes works best, depending on the microwave!


  1. Cook noodles, drain and set aside.
  2. Fry 1-2 eggs, do not scramble. set them on a plate.
  3. Place noodles into skillet and mix in Ramen flavoring. (If nesscesary, occassionally add a little water– be stingy with it though! This recipe\’s end result is dry; meaning, there shouldn\’t be much/any liquid.)
  4. Put a little pepper in with the noodles (I, personally, like ALOT of it!)
  5. Place noodles wherever you want on the plate. add salt/pepper to eggs and ENJOY! I like to put my eggs on top and eat it that way.

Serves two.

Apr 182009

I realized tonight that I have broccoli spelled wrong on half of the site, for the record, 2 C’s, 1 L. Also, do you guys like using olive oil for stir fry dishes? I prefer vegetable oil for stir fry dishes even though I really like olive oil.

Submitted By: Toni Kellar
Submitted From:Southeast Ohio


  • 1/4 c olive oil, more or less as needed
  • several heads broccoli, chopped
  • 1 large onion, chopped
  • 1 pkg Ramen noodles, any flavor
  • soy sauce
  • Teriyaki sauce

  1. Heat oil in stir-fry wok.
  2. Crumble uncooked Ramen noodles into small pieces. Add dry noodles to hot oil and stir fry until slightly crispy.
  3. Add seasoning packet.
  4. Add chopped broccoli and onion, and stir fry until cooked, adding additional olive oil as needed.
  5. Season with soy sauce and teriyaki sauce, not too much, but enough to wet the concoction.
  6. You may add other spices as desired (for example, curry goes well with Oriental Ramen; extra garlic goes well with the Chicken seasoning packet.)

You can modify this recipe with any meat and vegetable combination (such as chicken, carrots, red peppers, and Tandoori/curry spices), adding egg as well. The key is to stir fry the uncooked noodles first!

Dec 292008

This is a simple recipe, but I like the mix of sweet, salty, and spicy that it provides. Also, a note for future recipe submitters, don’t give me a fake email address. I don’t harvest your emails, but I will write back to you when you don’t tell me where you are from, (“My house” not being quite specific enough to post here).

Submitted By: Rob

Submitted From: ???


  • 1 pack chicken ramen
  • 1 egg
  • 2 tablespoons brown sugar
  • 2 tablespoons soy sauce
  • A little sesame oil
  • Chili powder to taste, though I use about 1-2 teaspoons or so
  • Assorted vegetables (green onions, etc.) if desired

Cook ramen as usual, in boiling water for three minutes, then strain. Pour the noodles back into the pot and continue cooking on low heat. Stir in the egg, seasoning packet, the brown sugar-soy sauce mixture (Teriyaki sauce works great, too) and the chili powder. Add vegetables is desired. Finally, pour in a few drops of sesame oil to get some flavor, turn off the heat and enjoy!

Sweet & Sour Chicken Lo Mein/Ramen

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Jul 062008

This gem has been in my email for over 2 years now, and it has aged nicely I think. I really like to cook chicken breasts and mix them with my ramen. I also add garlic when I make something like this. Also, this one requires an extra flavor packet, so if you have one laying around this is a good use for it.

Submitted By: “Slightly Off”

Submitted From: USA


  • 1 package Ramen (oriental or teriyaki)
  • 1 extra ramen flavor packet (oriental or teriyaki)
  • 1 boneless skinless chicken breast, cut up into bite sized pieces
  • 1 small onion cut up into chunks
  • 1/2 cup Sweet and Sour sauce
  • 1/4 cup soy sauce

Take the cut-up chicken and onions and cook in large pan until all the pink is gone in the chicken. Add the soy sauce and one flavor packet to the chicken and let cook about 4 more minutes. While the chicken finishes, take a small pot add the Ramen and cook as usual. Add the Sweet and Sour sauce and onions to the chicken while the noodles boil. Once the noodles are finished drain the water and add the other flavor packet. Put noodles on plate and then cover with sweet and sour sauce chicken and onion mix.

Jun 062007

I asked my wife to buy me “some ramen” during her latest grocery store trip, expecting a random bunch of packets when she returned. She came back with one of each flavor of Top Ramen (which I haven’t had in awhile), and now there seems to be some new flavors. I am thinking specifically of Teriyaki Chicken and Picante Beef. In a sort-of mini-review, here are my thoughts:

Teriyaki Chicken: Not good. I’m not sure why, but I didn’t like this one at all. I also managed to overcook the noodles and they were mushy.

Picante Beef: Yummy yummy! I love spicy food and the spicy flavors went well with the beef. This would be great with some onions and carrots and sliced beef. I highly recommend this one.

I also know that Snack Ramen makes Picante Shrimp, and whenever I find it in the stores, I will definitely try it out. Has anyone here had it (and where did you buy it?)

Asian Spamtastic Ramen

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Jan 232007

Should this be “Hawaiian Ramen?”

Submitted By: Smitty
Submitted From: Fall River, MA


  • 2 packs of pork or oriental ramen noodles
  • 1 small can of spam
  • 1 can of pineapple chunks (drained)
  • Teriyaki sauce
  • minced garlic
  • dried onion flakes

Cook noodles as directed. Add diced spam & pineapple to noodles, heat and stir until everything is warm. Season with the remaining ingredients to taste. Frozen or fresh broccoli is also good in this recipe.

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.