Sesame Fried Ramen

"Simple and easy way to make a package of ramen noodles with a fresh spin-- not a soup!!"
photo by Midwest Maven photo by Midwest Maven
photo by Midwest Maven
Ready In:


  • 1 (8 ounce) package ramen noodles
  • 1 tablespoon sesame oil


  • Cook the noodles in water as directed on the package. Drain. Transfer cooked noodles into a small skillet that already has the sesame oil waiting. Then just lightly stir-fry. Finally, sprinkle about half of the seasoning packet onto the noodles and toss them in the skillet until well mixed. (You don't need the entire seasoning packet as the flavor is strong since you're not dilluting it with water.) Plate and serve!

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  1. sonnyu28
    Yummy, cheap and easy to make. I added a hand full of frozen veggie mix and an egg to my ramen when I fried them.
  2. Ze Chef Pixay
    I actually love this it's so good if you are bored of the regular thing. I actually didn't have any sesame oil, I used coconut oil (which has many extreme health benefits), and I added sesame seeds. I never had thought of frying the ramen before! Thanks!
  3. Papa D 1946-2012
    Excellent simple recipe for lunch or a side dish, some popcorn shrimp would be great with this. I'm saving this in my Asian cookbook. Made for *Fall PAC 2008* Thanks!
  4. Susie D
    I enjoyed this simple recipe. It really elevates that package of ramen noodles we all have in the pantry. I did add some grated carrot, sliced green onion, finely chopped broccoli, and sesame seeds. Easy lunch and quick to make! I do hope the nutrition facts are very wrong. Thank you for sharing your recipe! Made for Fall 08 Pick A Chef.
  5. Midwest Maven
    Great super quick tasty recipe! I used the whole seasoning packet because I tend to like ramen a lil salty, but I would taste it with half first and add more if you want. I also sprinkled some toasted sesame seeds on top, yummy. This would be great with stir-fried veggies too I think. Made this for Fall PAC 2008, thanks!



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