Stir Fried Ramen Noodles recipe

Stir Fried Ramen NoodlesThis is comfort food to me. My parents always used to makes this dish. It’s cheap, filling and tastes great! We usually have some meat in it: sliced beef or pork, even ground meat, but I decided to go without today(see this post if you want to know why). If you want to include the meat, add it to the pan before step 5 and brown the meat, seasoning with half a packet of noodle seasoning. We use MAMA brand Pork noodles(available at any Asian grocer), but feel free to use your favorite brand and flavor. It’s great with your favorite hot sauce!
Mama Noodles Pork Flavored

Recipe for Stir Fried Ramen Noodles

3 packs of MAMA pork flavored noodles
2 large eggs, beaten
1 clove of garlic, choppedMama Noodles Inside
1/2 cup of onions, diced
1/2 cup of frozen peas and carrots
Cooking spray and/or vegetable oil

1. Bring a pot of water to a boil with enough water to cover the noodles.
2. Remove the noodle from the packages and put the seasonings and oil to the side. These packets contain oil, seasonings and chili powder. Break each noodle brick into quarters and put into boiling water with 1 packet of included oil.
3. Boil on HIGH until al dente, or about 1 minute. You don’t want the noodles to be soggy and these noodles cook very quickly. Strain the noodles. Do not rinse.
4. Spray a pan or wok with some nonstick spray. Heat on MEDIUM. Add 1 tsp. of oil(optional). Add onions(I used frozen chopped onions) and garlic. Cook until garlic is lightly browned.
5. Add beaten eggs to the pan. Sprinkle eggs with half of a seasoning packet. Scramble the eggs until halfway cooked. You want the eggs a little runny so they stick to the noodles.
6. Add drained noodles back to the pan. Add 2 of the seasoning packets(chili powder optional). Add the frozen peas and carrots. Stir until the seasoning is even, eggs are cooked and peas and carrots are warm.

Serves 2-3

Stir Fried Ramen Noodles in Pan

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13 Comments to “Stir Fried Ramen Noodles recipe”

  1. suziieee
    April 2, 2008

    whats the seasoning for this? i have it. but need to know the season. i cant seem to understand what it says.

  2. roatha
    April 2, 2008

    Sorry, I’ll try to make the directions a little more clear. Just use the seasoning packet that comes with the noodles. You can also adjust the flavor with soy sauce, fish sauce and sugar. If it’s a little too salty for you, add a splash of vinegar. Happy eats!

  3. Steph
    March 27, 2009

    I’m going to try this recipe, it looks good… and easy. :) I just came back to the States from spending a month in Asia, and am looking for recipes to try to imitate my favorite dishes from the different countries!

  4. Ernest
    September 17, 2009

    I am going to give it a try!

  5. Shreeja
    July 27, 2010

    I used to make a slightly different of this recipe and it always made my night. I tried your suggestion of soy sauce, fish sauce, sugar and vinegar. It tastes even better than my previous versions. Thanks!!!

  6. Pasta Dies
    February 21, 2011

    Yummy!What a perfect snack,i tried it,its too tasty.I just want to say thanks for providing this nice recipe.

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    March 23, 2011

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  9. Neil
    September 9, 2011

    Just found this out of desperation to cook something with limited ingredients that I had available.

    Thanks for posting, I’ve had a great, quick tasty feed with the help of your recipe, had everything I needed in stock. Going to experiment with this some more.

    Cheers :)

  10. Conor
    March 23, 2012

    I made this with ramen noodles and it was very good

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  12. Cassandra
    December 18, 2015

    Where do I purchased the mama noodles

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