Monday, August 15, 2011

Stir Fried Ramen

(almost done stir fried ramen - just before I tossed the noodles together with the
fresh celery and spring onions picked straight from my garden)

I got hooked on cooking ramen the past few days. Who wouldn't be if you have ten packs of this fresh Japanese Ramen from Colon, Cebu City?


250 gm pack of Japanese Ramen
your choice of meat/seafoods and other what have yous
garlic, onion, red bell pepper
sayote, carrots, sweet green peas (or any vegetables you like/available)
celery and spring onions
canola oil, soy sauce, salt, ground pepper

  • Place the ramen/noodles in a bowl with hot water for a minute or two. Drain. Set aside.
  • In a wok, heat canola oil, then saute the garlic, onion and red bell pepper.
  • Put the meat/seafood and cook it thoroughly in a little amount of water.
  • Add in the sayote, carrots and sweet green peas. Cover the wok for 2 minutes.
  • Season with a little soy sauce, salt and ground pepper.
  • Add the drained noodles and toss gently. Heat through.
  • Lastly, add in the celery and spring onions and again, toss lightly.
It's done and is now ready for serving.



  1. Hi,
    Thank you for visiting me. I am here to return the favour. Great blog.Love your ramen.

    Have a great week ahead.Take care.
    Regards from Malaysia

  2. What a delicious looking ramen, Jinky! I'm sure the fresh celery and spring onions from your garden made it even better!

  3. thanks a lot, Ms. Tina! yeah, iba talaga pag fresh :-D it tasted a lot better. . .