Worcestershire Soup

Casey wrote in with this simple soup and he spelled Worcestershire correctly too which is a bonus. At work, they put signs in all the conference rooms that say "Please do not remove the easles from the room". I've taken a few down so far and used a sharpie to fix the spelling. I blame my mother for this irrational behavior. Anyway, Casey says, "I did this recipe rather free form but was fairly happy with the results."

Submitted By: Casey

Submitted From: Augusta, GA, USA


  • Crushed Black Pepper
  • Cayenne Pepper
  • Chopped Onions (optional)
  • Chopped Tomatoes (optional)
  • Worcestershire Sauce
  • Pack of ramen Noodles

First begin by boiling 2 cups of water, or use less water for a stronger broth. After the water begins to boil, add Worcestershire sauce until the flavor is strong enough for you, 2 tablespoons is a good start. (It took quite a lot for my liking.) I added the onions, tomatoes, noodles, crushed pepper (to taste), and cayenne pepper (also to taste). Let it cook as per the ramen instructions, eat, and enjoy! Authors Note: This turned out quite nice and spicy which I like. Even if you don't like the onions and tomatoes the base tastes good on its own if you're a fan of Worcestershire sauce. Enjoy!

Note: The original recipe submitted said he used 1 cup of Worcestershire sauce, that's a whole lot, so I recommend starting with 2 tbsp and moving up if you need more. 1 cup is 16 tbsp.