Cook the meat and vegetables of your choice in the microwave or stir fry. Flavor with a little bit of the ramen soup packet.
Cook the ramen noodles in a pan until al dente, and drain the cooking water (leave a little bit in the pan; it makes it easier to dissolve the soup packet).
Combine the meat/vegetables, noodles, soup pack (use 1/2, then add more to taste), Japanese Worcestershire sauce, and stir fry.
Add dried parsley, it resembles aonori seaweed powder.
It's rather salty and has a little sourness, so I recommend a fried egg on top.
Check out my recipe for "Instant Miso Ramen Overseas" (Recipe ID: 1984258).
Story Behind this Recipe
I tried this when an English guy made this in Africa, and it tasted just salty instant yakisoba noodles! That guy added the whole soup pack, didn't add vegetables, and sandwiched it between bread for a yakisoba sandwich! I'm impressed at the globalization of instant ramen noodles.
Lea & Perrins Worcestershire Sauce can also be called "English soy sauce"? The main ingredient is vinegar, so cook off the sourness first. You can buy instant ramen anywhere in the world. There's beef, vegetable and shrimp, but I think chicken is the best (although I haven't tried the others).