Mini Ramen Spring Rolls

Mini ramen spring rolls are the perfect snack or appetizer for any occasion. These bite-sized spring rolls are filled with ramen noodles in a savory sauce then wrapped in a rice paper shell.

You can serve these ramen spring rolls with your favorite dipping sauce, such as sweet chili sauce, soy sauce, or even a spicy peanut sauce. They're also great served with a side of pickled vegetables or a fresh salad.

If you're feeling creative, you can even use mini ramen spring rolls as a topping for salads or noodle bowls. Simply cut them into smaller pieces and sprinkle them over your favorite dish for an extra burst of flavor and texture.

mini ramen spring rolls

Start off by cooking a pack of Mike's Mighty Good noodles according to the package instructions, setting aside the flavor packets and draining the noodles when cooked.

To prepare the sauce, combine ½ MMG soup base, seasoning oil, oyster sauce, chili oil crisp and chili oil. Mix with the drained ramen noodles.

Now it's time to roll your noodles up! Fill a large, shallow plate with warm water. Dip the rice paper in the water, then lay on a flat surface and add your noodles to the center. Wrap the noodles up like a burrito by folding the sides in, then rolling the long way.

Cut the rolls with kitchen scissors to make them bite-sized, then top with sesame seeds, fresh green onions, and a drizzle of chili oil.


Mike's Mighty Good Mini Ramen Spring Rolls are a delicious and unique twist on traditional spring rolls. They're packed with flavor and texture, and they're sure to be a hit with anyone who tries them. Whether you're serving them as an appetizer or snacking on them at home, they're the perfect blend of savory and satisfying.

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