I'm not sure why but a lot of people have been asking me to make a ramen cake so here it is. It's been living rent free in my head ever since someone suggested it. For the bottom layer, I used 5 packages of the regular hot chicken noodles and put it in a cake pan. I packed it in the best I could and then I added foil to help it keep its shape. For the middle layer, I used 4 packets of the curry flavored noodles and repeated the packing process. Then for the top layer, I used 2 packages of the corn flavored hot noodles. I put them all in the fridge for 2 hours to help it bind together. Then, I covered the outside and the bottom layer in mozzarella cheese and topped it with slices of spam.
Then, I decided to cook some eggs to place between each layer. I added more of each ingredient working my way towards the top. Next, I put it in the oven for 15 minutes and the cheese melted beautifully. I added some of the hot chicken sauce over the top with some toasted nori and sesame seeds. Honestly, it tasted the same as when you would cook each ingredient separately and then put it on a plate. This method was just way, way more time consuming. Was this over the top? Yes, yes it was but it was still fun to do. If you decided to make a ramen cake, how would you do it?