Teriyaki Tuna Ramen

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 Ingredients … Continue reading “Teriyaki Tuna Ramen”

Review: Maruchan Yakisoba Teriyaki Flavor Microwave “Bowl”

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 … Continue reading “Review: Maruchan Yakisoba Teriyaki Flavor Microwave “Bowl””

Teriyaki Ramen with Eggs

Submitted By: Jon Ingram Submitted From: Huntsville, Alabama Ingredients 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! Steps Cook noodles, … Continue reading “Teriyaki Ramen with Eggs”

Sweet and Spicy Coke Ramen

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”. Ingredients 1 pack Texas Beef Ramen (or regular beef, or asian – but Texas Beef is best) 1/2 to 3/4 can Coke … Continue reading “Sweet and Spicy Coke Ramen”