I came across this recipe about a week ago while digging through my refrigerator looking for things to put in my ramen. As you can see by the ingredients, there wasn't much at the time. >_> There still isn't come to think of it...
Anyway, get a bowl and chopsticks (or a fork, YOU GAIJIN YOU!) and start cooking!
Or move on to the next step for instructions. Your choice.
Step 1: Procuring Your Materials
For this dish, you will need the following:
Two eggs! (Or however many you want)
A very shallow saucepan or other cooking pot or whatever (if it's too deep, the eggs will be more like eggflower soup eggs and less like boiled ramen eggs)
A package of ham, whatever thickness or curing you want.
A package of instant ramen (it doesn't have to be what's depicted, that was what I had in the pantry)
Chopsitcks (or a fork, you Gaijin you)
A bag or loose leaves of green tea (or any other kind of tea)
Got everything? Good. Clicky the button and let's get to cooking!
Step 2: The First Step (Of Doom)
Now get that really shallow saucepan (I think that's what mine is) and fill it with water almost to the top. Take into consideration that you'll be stirring the water, so you don't want it to overflow. Put it on the stove and set it to boil.
Step 3: SUPER EXTRA EPIC STEP GO!
Put hot water in the cup.
You may want to do this while your water for your eggs is working it's way up to a boil.
Enjoy (don't burn yourself!)
Step 4: Boiling the Eggs
By now, you're technically done with your eggs unless you want to make a hard-boiled egg to garnish with.
Step 5: Eggs, Water, a Public Service Announcement
As you can see from the picture, you'll be pouring the boiled eggs and the water you cooked them in into the bowl with the noodles. I didn't come to this conclusion until the third time I cooked this particular dish, so I had to drain all the wonderful eggy water out until the bowl wasn't overflowing.
PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT: You didn't put the flavor packet in the water with the cooking noodles, did you? If so, you're going to be in sore need of a new flavor packet as now only your noodles will taste of powdered ramen flavor.
Step 6: HAM HAM HAM
Take a sip of tea, reach into that bag of ham, and pull out a few slices. Now rip them up into little individual chunks and drop them in the ramen. Add more or less ham to taste. I myself am a Meatatarian (it's a life choice, I know), so I had quite a bit of ham in my ramen.
Once you have a good-sized mound of ham in your soup, rip open that little packet of seasoning and dump it in the soup. Doesn't matter where it lands.
Now take your chopsticks (at this point, a spoon or fork would make you a Gaijin) and stir it all together. One more sip of your tea ought to be good...
Step 7: Insert Catchphrase Here!
HAM AND EGG RAMEN!
Add anything else to taste, don't forget your tea, and break out the chopsticks.