Ramen Foo Yung

"This is a excellent dish for college students, or bachelors (very easy & very inexpensive)."
photo by Peter J photo by Peter J
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Ready In:


  • 1 (3 ounce) package ramen noodles (chicken is recommended)
  • 2 eggs
  • 1 -2 tablespoon butter or 1 -2 tablespoon margarine


  • Open ramen package and remove seasoning packet, it will be retained for later.
  • Boil noodles until soft, and drain.
  • In a separate fry pan melt butter or margarine on medium-high heat. once melted and bubbling, add seasoning packet and stir.
  • Then add the drained noodles and fry them for several minutes, stirring and turning them as you go.
  • The noodles will start to separate from the clump as they get done. they will be slightly turning golden brown.
  • In a separate bowl, scramble the two eggs.
  • When noodles are slightly browned, add the eggs and stir thoroughly.
  • Reduce heat to medium-low immediately.
  • Flip and let the top cook.
  • Enjoy!

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  1. nickneal7
    added freshly cooked ham from night before, some cheese and red rooster.. it is amazing.. may be my favorite food now..
  2. Peter J
    Yum! I often have boiled egg with my noodles but this made a nice change. I used beef flavour because that's all I had and it tasted great, although a lighter color like chicken as recommended would probably look better.
  3. froggergothit
    gourmet ramen, who knew? i brown the noodles in the saucepan with the butter and around half the seasoning mix then add in some frozen mixed veggies and only one egg. tastes delicious. and with the new 35% less sodium ramen, it has become a healthier option for dinner.
  4. move2themusic
    I sauteed some bok choy, mushrooms, onions and carrots, then added the egg to scramble then the cooked noodles and seasoning packet. I used the whole packet and with the added veggies it was just right. yummy! this will be one of my go to quick meals with whatever veggies I have on hand.
  5. DEEP336
    Have tried this twice in the past two days. Yesterday I made if as directed(using even less than 1/2 the seasoning packet) and it was great. Tonight I did it again for dinner, but with variations.....I added some canned salmon and frozen green peas to the scrambled eggs, used only salt, and totally omitted the seasoning packet. Both made wonderful, quick, and filling meals. The quickness and ease of this recipe alone will keep on my "regular" meal rotations.



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