Some might argue that the entire point of packaged ramen is ease and thrift, but these recipes prove that you should be doing more with your bodega noodles and flavor packets. Some of the recipes simply suggest you add a slice of American cheese or a poached egg, and are easy ways to dress up your soup. Others allow you to push the possibilities of what ramen can do, and make elaborate and corrupt versions of Italian classics, or fried chicken, or nachos.
A little bit wrong, a whole lotta right.
Ramen you can make on a weeknight.
The sweet side of the ramen noodle.
Delicious + delicious = delicious.
Even better than the stuff you get at the fair.
A riff on a French riff on the fluffy, soft potato gnocchi of Italy. We think ramen dough can give pâte à choux a run for its money.
Now with bonus crunch.
Fried noodles coating fried chicken + a shower of MSG and spice =a new dimension in flavor
Your favorite scallion pancake, now with your favorite instant noodles.
Swap those taters for noodles and embrace the magic.
Eggy broth is better broth.
Extra packet, extra umami.
The full recipe.
You top your apple pie with American cheese, so in theory, why not your ramen?
You can thank us later.
No need to poach separately.
When your favorite late-night foods meet.