Pork-Ham Ramen Recipes

Welcome to our Ham-Bacon-Pork-Sausage ramen recipes collections. Each of these recipes contain pork in one form or another

 

Ham/Pork Ramen

  1. 7 Layer Ramen Salad (Bacon!)
  2. Antipasto Ramen Salad
  3. Bowl of Happiness Ramen
  4. Cabbage Noodle Casserole
  5. Creamy Cheesy Chicken Ramen w/ Ham
  6. Doodle Noodle Ramen Patties
  7. Eggstravaganza Ramen
  8. Elixir of Immortality (Bacon Ramen)
  9. E-Z Does it Azian
  10. Ham Frittata Ramen
  11. Hawaiian Ramen
  12. Ramen Pizza Dish
  13. Ramen Spam Doodles
  14. Spicy Sausage Noodle dish
  15. Spicy Ramen Pasta

Elixir of Immortality (aka Bacon Ramen)

Elixir of Immortality

Elixir of Immortality

Bacon Ramen, Yes this wonderful thing exists.  Ramen, the source of every college students energy, and Bacon the source of all that is good in the world. I wouldn’t go so far as to say that this will make you immortal, But I am sure we have that recipe somewhere else on the site so keep looking.  As the name suggests, this recipe will be extremely difficult to make.

Here are your ingredients:

1/2 cup crushed Bacon (fresh or bits)

1 pack of Ramen

pepper (optional)

 

This recipe is the opposite of easy. if you don’t follow it to the letter you will likely burn down your whole kitchen.

Boil two cups of water and cook your ramen for three minutes. You can add your bacon at any time that your ramen is cooking.  (Like I said, You might have an aneurism before you even finish READING the recipe.)

One thing to remember about your bacon, the longer it is in the water the less crunchy it is. So if you want your bacon to have that delicious baconony crunch, don’t add it until the end.

 

Of course if you want your Ramen to look pretty because you have a hot date coming over or something. (Keep her by the way , especially if she love bacon, you can’t go wrong).  Add a full strip or 2 on the top.  whala… .  Bacon ramen, the closest thing we have on this planet to an elixir of immortality.

7 Layer Ramen Salad

7 Layer ramen salad is exactly as it sounds, layer upon layer upon layer of delicious ingredients- corn, peas, bacon, chopped hardboiled egg and peppers for a twist to a old time favorite.

 

You will need:
- 1 package of ramen noodles
- 2 cups of water
- 1/2 cup of green peas
- 1/2 cup of sweet corn
- 1/2 cup of cooked bacon
- 1 hardboiled egg, chopped
- Mayonnaise (to taste)
- Lettuce
- 3 T. chopped green pepper

 

1. Cook the ramen noodles according to package, but don’t add the seasoning.

2. Drain and rinse with cold water.

3. Add the peas, corn, bacon and mayonnaise, mixing it all together.

4. Pour the mixture onto a bed of fresh chopped lettuce, add green pepper and chopped hard boiled egg.

5. Mix again.

6. Eat right away or let it set in the fridge, either way its awesome.

 

Note: Save the seasoning packet for another recipe or a mug of hot broth.

Source – This recipe adapted from the following Budget101.com Recipe: 7 Layer Ramen Salad

Bowl of Happiness

Chipotle Chicken Ramen          The Bowl of happiness ramen is my favorite recipe for ramen. It is one of those things that you eat when you think that you will never feel anything again. With the first bite, you feel like you will burn from the inside out. Then as you continue to eat, and you get used to it you finally get that warm happy feeling that you have been missing. To get this warm happy feeling that you have been longing for, you will need the following ingredients:

1 pack of ramen

1/4 -1/2 tsp ground Cayenne pepper (This is where the happiness comes from.)

1/4 tsp Chili powder

1/4tsp lemon pepper

1/4  tsp Chipotle Chile powder

1/2 a cup chopped pork/chicken (if you’re not picky use both)

3 or 4 banana pepper slices.

Crushed red pepper (sprinkle as wanted)

Ok so you boil 2 cups of water and add your noodles meat and your different peppers. Hold off on the crushed red peppers and the banana peppers. You will add those last because one it looks better, and two… because I said so. Let your noodles cook for three minutes stirring occasionally. When the three minutes are up; stir in your pack of seasoning that you got with your ramen.  Pour your steaming pot of ramen into an appropriate bowl and add the last of your ingredients. Mainly your banana peppers and your crushed red peppers.  You choose how you want to introduce these into your bowl of happiness. I usually sprinkle the red peppers lightly over my bowl until they are all over.  Now your ramen is done all you have to do now is eat it. I recommend having a glass of water ready and maybe a paper towel to hide your tears of happiness. Enjoy!

Bacon & Egg Ramen Burrito

* 1 pkg Pork Ramen
* Bacon
* 1 Egg
* Hot Sauce
* Flour Tortilla

Boil 2 cups of water & Cook ramen for 3 minutes. While ramen is cooking, in a skillet over med heat, scramble eggs, add hot sauce and pieces of cooked bacon. Drain the Ramen. Put the well drained noodles on a flour tortilla, top with egg/bacon mix. You can add cheese if you want or extra hot sauce. Wrap, return to hot skillet for 30 seconds to melt cheese & heat the burrito.

Yum!

Sausage Egg Burrito

* 1 pkg Pork Ramen
* Sausage
* 1 Egg
* Hot Sauce
* Flour Tortilla

Boil 2 cups of water & Cook ramen for 3 minutes. While ramen is cooking, in a skillet over medium heat, scramble eggs with hot sauce and sausage. Drain the Ramen. Put the well drained noodles on a flour tortilla, top with egg/sausage mix. You can add cheese if you want or extra hot sauce. Wrap, return to hot skillet for 30 seconds to melt cheese & heat the burrito.

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