How good does this breakfast ramen skillet look? Ramen for breakfast might sound strange, but here's why it's so amazing. This sausage, cheese, and egg combo makes for the perfect hearty breakfast bowl.
Though the morning is an unconventional time to eat noodles, we actually have a few more breakfast ramen recipes. Here's a list of a few of our favorites.
Start by cooking two packs of Mike's Mighty Good ramen noodles. Fry up your sausages in a pan until golden brown, then add in the drained noodles. Add some of the ramen water along with the seasoning packets.
Now here's the fun part: make a space in the center and crack in two eggs. Cover and let cook, then add cheese, chopped green onions, and cracked black pepper.
You can use whatever flavor you'd like, but we chose the spicy pork tonkotsu pack for a little heat and a lot of umami.
Mike’s Mighty Good noodles are steamed, not fried. By starting with the best noodles, you’ll get a perfect bowl of ramen.
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Breakfast Sausage Ramen Skillet
How good does this breakfast ramen skillet look? This sausage, cheese, and egg combo makes for the perfect hearty breakfast bowl.
2 packs MMG Ramen
4 tbsp leftover ramen water
Breakfast sausages (personal preference)
Boil water and cook 2 MMG ramen noodle packs.
On medium high heat, cook breakfast sausages. Cook until both sides are golden brown.
Push sausages to the side of the pan and add drained ramen noodles and 4 tbsp of ramen water. Add soup base and seasoning oil, mix.
Make a circle in the middle of the pan and crack 2 eggs, cover to cook.
Once eggs are cooked to preference, top with cheese, black pepper and green onions.