Ramen Egg Foo Young

"I make this for about 30 cents a serving, If you have leftover meat and/or veggies, chop them up and add them to the ramen/egg mixture."
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Ready In:
1 large egg foo young


  • 2 (3 ounce) packages ramen noodles, cooked in water only and drained
  • 2 flavor packets comes with noodles (we like oriental flavor)
  • 2 eggs
  • 1 tablespoon canola oil


  • Cook packges of noodles, according to directions.Drain the noodles. Save those flavor packets. Scramble eggs and add the flavor packets. Mix both the cooked, drained noodles and the egg mixture in a large bowl. Pour into a skillet containing heated oil. When brown on one side, flip and brown the other.

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  1. Ppaperdoll
    I thought I'd already reviewed this, but I guess I didn't. We've been making this for ages and love, love, love it. It's easy, quick, and really cheap to make! I often put a (drained) tin of beansprouts in this, and/or sauted carrot, celery and onion - sometimes peppers. It's so easy my kids can make it too. Yummy.
  2. mommyluvs2cook
    This is pretty good for being easy and quick, but my favorite way is with a little bit of soy sauce, sesame oil and red pepper flakes added. Served with a dumpling type dipping sauce.
  3. Tread
    This is a surprisingly tasty way to do ramen, cheep and quick I usually toss a couple of chopped scallions into the egg mixture before pour it into the noodles.
  4. cookingpompom
    My kids loved this - I added grated carrot and frozen peas to make this a complete meal. Thanks for posting!
  5. kannEvore
    I've been making this for a while with different add-ins. I like to add some low sodium soy sauce and sesame oil along with veggies. Thanks for the super simple idea!


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