Pepperoni Paradise Pizza Ramen

Pepperoni Pizza Ramen Recipe

Here I am eating a bowl of Ramen and my brother decided to be the good guy and bring home pizza.  Now I am not a wasteful person, and ramen doesn’t store well after it is cooked, AND pizza is just too good to pass up. Hence Pizza Ramen was born. With a few tweaks from the original recipe I give you the new and improved pizza ramen.

Here’s what’s in it:

  • Handful of Pepperoni, quartered
  • 1/2 diced Tomatoes
  • 1 packet beef ramen & the seasoning packet
  • 1/8 tsp italian seasoning
  • dash dried basil

 

Ok, first to clear things up you can use canned tomatoes or fresh ones it doesn’t matter to me.

Boil your 2 cups of water for your ramen. While you are doing this take your pepperoni and cut it into quarters. (Assuming that your pepperoni is pre-sliced). You don’t have to do this but if you don’t they tend to clump together and while the result is an amazing hunk of warm pepperoni; you don’t have any more in your soup.

As soon as the water starts to boil add your noodles and pepperoni.  Wait about a minute then add your tomatoes., keep cooking. When your three minutes are up and your ramen is finished cooking feel free to add a couple of pepperonis on the top and have at it. Feel free to top it with a sprinkle of mozzarella cheese if you happen to have some on hand and this is really great served with old pizza crusts (or breadsticks). Feel Free

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.

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