Well, it's ramen noodle economics in my house for a while and I figured we might ought to start a thread on what to do with the cheap noodles other than what the package suggests. Ramen lo Mein 2 pks ramen noodles slightly broken up (take the seasoning packet out and stash somewhere for use later) 1 onion, diced 1 carrot, diced 2 small or 1 large zucchini, diced 2 slices bologna or whatever leftover meat you have, diced Soy sauce to taste Sesame seeds, optional For the veggies, this is just a base recipe, use whatever you have on hand, same with the meat!! Cook ramen noodles and drain, set aside. Saute bologna or meat in skillet, adding a little oil if needed. Once meat is nice and browned, remove from pan and set aside. Add all veggies to pan and a little oil if needed and saute until desired doneness, add back meat, dump in ramen, add soy sauce to taste and mix everything together on LOW heat. Sprinkle with sesame seeds if desired. This usually makes enough for 2 person's dinner and hubby's lunch the next day Eating this RIGHT now: Cheezy ramen 2 pks ramen noodles slightly broken up 1/4 of one of the seasoning packets 1 can cheddar cheese soup ( I think it's a can, might be less, it's been a while, hubby doesn't like this stuff so I don't make it often) Cook ramen and drain, dump can of soup into pot and set back on low heat, add in the partial packet of seasoning, stir to mix in and add ramen back to pot, stir and let warm through.