Ramen Fried " Rice"

"This is like fried rice but it's done more quickly! We love this about once a week!"
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  • 1 (3 ounce) package pork-flavored ramen noodles (or smoked ham flavor or oriental flavor)
  • 12 cup frozen peas
  • 2 eggs, beaten
  • 1 teaspoon sesame oil
  • 1 pinch white pepper
  • 1 tablespoon peanut oil
  • 4 green onions, finely chopped
  • 1 teaspoon chopped garlic
  • 12 - 1 1/2-1 cup shrimp (I use tofu if I include this at all, optional, optional) (optional) or 1/2-1 cup tofu (I use tofu if I include this at all) (optional)
  • 1 tablespoon soy sauce


  • Break the noodles into about 6 pieces into a bowl, sprinkle with the contents of the seasoning packet and pour boiling water over to cover.
  • Stir a bit and let soak while you prepare the rest of the recipe.
  • Rinse peas with hot water in a colander to defrost.
  • Mix together the eggs, sesame oil, and pepper and set aside.
  • Heat a wok or large skillet and add the oil.
  • Add the garlic and green onions and stir-fry for 30 seconds.
  • Add optional meat and peas and stir fry until hot, about 1 minutes.
  • Drain the noodles well, add to the skillet and stir fry for another 2 minutes, stirring constantly.
  • Stir in the soy sauce until well distributed.
  • Pour the eggs into the skillet and continue to cook and stir, until the bits of egg are cooked.
  • Serve at once.

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  1. ciao4293
    Made this last night alongside some marinated steak tips and fresh green beans. It was really good! I added some tiny shrimp to it, and they gave it a nice flavor. My only suggestion is to use a nonstick skillet, if you have one, which I don't. I don't usually have problems with my calphalon, but the noodles stuck. Anyway, this is a very good and easy side dish!
  2. RobinAnn
    This was awesome! I actually boiled the noodles for 2 minutes, drained and put in ice water to stop the cooking process. Kept the noodles nice and firm before frying. Thanks for the posting.
  3. Michelle S.
    This dish is awesome. It really jazzes up the 'lowly" ramen noodle! I used pork flavored noodles and didn't add peas (yuck) so I added a little bit of minced white onion for "crunch". It went together easily and I LOVED the sesame oil on the egg! The first time I made it I ate it as it was. The second time I used it as a base and topped it with a Thai inspired pork stir fry. Both times tasty beyond belief! Thanks Meow for the fabulous recipe!
  4. Mommy2two
    This recipe definitely lends itself to using what you've got, so I'll post what I did. I only had chicken ramen so I used that with some frozen snow peas, matchstick fresh carrots, chopped white onion, and leftover garlic chicken. I was afraid it would be bland if I poured off the broth, so I put the seasoning packet in the pan with the noodles, and if I do that again, I will only use half the packet because it was a bit salty. I loved that this was so easy and came together so fast! I loved that I didn't have to have leftover rice to make this, and I really loved that my 3 y.o. daughter ate 3 bowls of this! Thanks for this easy side dish, or even dinner in a bowl!
  5. Marjorie D.
    I love, love, love this recipe! Thank you! I don't have a lot of experience with my wok but have made this twice over the past 2 weeks. I used cooked shrimp the first time then left over grilled flank steak the second. YUM!! I used my food processor to chop the additions including meat, onion and carrots. Thank you!


  1. Marlene M.
    I was so surprised at how good this is! I used Oriental noodles and just one packet of seasoning so it wouldn't get too salty. Used pieces of cooked chicken and used broccoli instead of peas. I'll be making this often!
  2. schefersjunk
    I have to say that when my husband saw Ramen nodles on the table he complained that he doesn't like them and can I make something else. I made them anyway and he tried it and really liked them and said this is his kind of dish and he would like this again. Super fast compared to fried rice. I used corn instead of peas (what I had on hand) and pork flavored noodles, but next time I want to try this with the oriental flavor. Thank you!! This is a great fast side for asian dishes
  3. nmj
    Definitely a 5 star recipe! I used the oriental flavor and yellow onion instead of the green onion. This will be a regular in my house. Thank you for posting!
  4. Schmitty2456
    Very good. Used edamame instead of peas, omitted egg, added ginger and used a meat substitute called Veat. Next time I'll mix in a little spice, maybe some Rooster sauce?
  5. Gail2293
    This is just so good. i love fried rice & ramen noodles. I added 2 pieces of bacon and only used a few shrimp, because it was what i had. I also used olive oil instead of peanut oil. Give this a try...it's perfect!


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