How to Make a Ramen Noodle Wrap




Introduction: How to Make a Ramen Noodle Wrap

This is something I tried the other night for dinner. It was pretty good, but needs some work on the actual thing. I have no pictures of my own for this right now, but I will ASAP. This is only my second instructable, so please be nice in the comments. Remember this is an experimental thing, perfecting the ultimate portable ramen meal.

Step 1: First Attempt

This was exactly what I used in my first attempt.


1 Stove (or microwave, if you cook your Ramen in the microwave.)
1 Cooking Pot that can hold more than two cups of water (or microwave-safe dish, again if you cook Ramen in the microwave)
1 Microwavable Plate


1 Package of Oriental flavor Ramen Noodles
3 slices of Oscar Mayer Turkey Breast
1 Bag of shredded colby jack cheese
1 Flour Tortilla

Step 2: Cook That Ramen!

Prepare the Ramen like you would normally. Make sure you strain the noodles after cooking and before seasoning. Then season them with the little packet.

Step 3: Warm the Tortilla

On your microwave- safe plate, place the tortilla in the microwave and zap it for 10-15 seconds.

Step 4: Build the Wrap

#1: Place the three slices of turkey on the warmed tortilla. Heap all the Ramen you made on to the turkey on the tortilla. Sprinkle some cheese on top of that, and roll the tortilla as you normally would to make a taco or burrito.Then, eat your Ramen Wrap.

Step 5: Problems With Each Design

Attempt #1: Mostly, there was too much Ramen to fit in the tortilla. The turkey's flavor didn't come out very well. I'll probably tone down the Ramen and add more turkey.

Well, there it is. That's the end of my second instructable, and I will update it whenever I attempt to make it better.

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    11 months ago

    Hey, now I can use the season and not end up tossing it away.

    I always wanted to try ramen in a wrap, never found a good source. This looks too good to pass up. “Saved in tabs”


    10 years ago on Introduction

    do you know if a certain flavor is better? btw I love ramen


    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    I haven't tried with other flavors yet.