Sausage Ramen is the loaded ramen bowl you crave. Crispy sausage and sauteed onion is perfect and you’ll love this quick and light meal.
What Do You Use for Seasoning?
Your first question may be “What do you use for seasoning in this sausage ramen?” You’ll see right away that I’ve removed the ramen seasoning packets.
I prefer to use Goya Sazon, not only for its flavor but also for its color. It gives the sausage and ramen noodles a beautiful orange color because of the achiote.
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Goya Sazon is an inexpensive seasoning, great in so many things. But, if you’re unable to find it, you can make your own!
Measure out one teaspoon each of:
- Black Pepper
- Garlic Powder
Use one teaspoon of the mixed seasoning blend as you would one packet of Sazon. If you’re unable to find achiote, use dark red chile powder instead. It won’t give you the same taste, but may give you some of the color.
Store the seasoning in an airtight container. You can add it to roast, soups, stews and more!
Homemade Ramen Noodles
If you don’t want to use the blocks of ramen, check out Serious Eats. Homemade ramen noodles really are a possibility!
It looks like you only need bread flour, wheat gluten, salt and baking soda. We have all of those things in the pantry now. Sounds like a fun experiment, doesn’t it?! And, wow, that would be so much more healthy for you.
Ramen Noodles are So Popular!
To be honest, the aisle in the grocery store for Ramen noodles was completely cleared out during the 2020 panic buying so I know that I’m not alone in wanting to eat Ramen noodles.
A lot of you have it in your pantry. No judgment from me. Why not try something to upgrade those noodles? Ramen with sausage is perfect for that!
It doesn’t take many ingredients to hack your Ramen noodles and turn them into something incredible.
- Ramen Noodles
- Kielbasa Smoked Sausage (half a link)
- Olive Oil and Seasonings
If you’re looking for a quicker fix, try using ONE of the seasoning packets from the Ramen noodles instead of the Goya Seasoning. There is no reason at all to use two Ramen seasoning packets.
You can also use my Seasoning Salt Blend.
More Quick and Easy Recipes
If you’re looking for more quick recipes, especially recipes for using things you have on hand in your pantry, try one (or more) of these.
- Chicken with Mushrooms and Fresh Tomatoes
- Chorizo Rice One Skillet Dinner
- Prosciutto with Mushrooms and Pasta
- Easy Fideo Soup with Beef and Tomatoes
- Easy Vegan Instant Pot Black Bean Soup
- Bacon Wrapped Chicken Strips
Sausage Ramen Loaded Ramen BowlTap to leave a star rating
For more information, be sure to check the recipe details in the attached 24Bite® post.
- 2 tablespoons Olive Oil
- ½ large Onion, chopped
- 7 ounces Kielbasa Smoked Sausage, sliced
- 3 cups Water
- 2 blocks Ramen Noodles, discard seasoning packets
- 1 packet Goya Sazon
- On medium high heat, in skillet, saute chopped onion and chopped sausage until a little crispy around the edges, about 4-5 minutes.
- Carefully pour water in skillet. It will be hot so do this slowly.
- Place 2 blocks Ramen Noodles in skillet with water. Discard the seasoning packets that come in the Ramen. Allow to come back to a boil and turn the Ramen blocks frequently until they have softened enough to be completely in the water.
- Continue cooking until most of the liquid is gone, about 5-6 minutes more. Remove from heat. Stir in Goya seasoning and serve.
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