Annie Chuns' Ramen Burger Bun

Annie Chuns' Ramen Burger Bun

Annie Chuns

The "ramen burger," which originated at Brooklyn's Smorgasburg, can now be created from the comfort of your own home. To get started, use this simple recipe from Annie Chuns to make your own ramen burger bun. 


For the ramen burger

In a sauce pan, bring 1 ½ cups of water to a rolling boil. Cook the noodles for 1 minute, then remove from heat and drain noodles.

In a small bowl, add the cooked ramen to the beaten egg and stir until the ramen is thoroughly coated in raw egg.

Divide the egg-coated ramen into 2 portions, and place each half into ramekins or other patty-shaped containers.

Cover the ramen with plastic wrap and weigh it down with a can of soup to compress into bun shape. Refrigerate for 15 minutes or more.

Carefully remove the ramen "buns" from ramekins and cook over medium-high heat until the patties are dark golden brown on both sides. In a skillet over medium-high heat, cook the burger patty until cooked through, about 3 minutes a side. Serve burger on the ramen bun and garnish with lettuce and tomato. 


Calories per serving:

1,670 calories

Dietary restrictions:

High Fiber Dairy Free, Milk Free, Peanut Free, Tree Nut Free, Soy Free, Fish Free, Shellfish Free, Pork Free, Alcohol Free, No Oil Added, No Sugar Added, Kosher

Daily value:



  • Fat 43g 66%
  • Carbs 244g 81%
  • Saturated 14g 71%
  • Fiber 12g 46%
  • Trans 2g
  • Sugars 7g
  • Monounsaturated 16g
  • Polyunsaturated 6g
  • Protein 74g 148%
  • Cholesterol 552mg 184%
  • Sodium 219mg 9%
  • Calcium 174mg 17%
  • Magnesium 226mg 57%
  • Potassium 1,276mg 36%
  • Iron 17mg 94%
  • Zinc 12mg 80%
  • Phosphorus 1,106mg 158%
  • Vitamin A 174µg 19%
  • Vitamin C 3mg 4%
  • Thiamin (B1) 4mg 262%
  • Riboflavin (B2) 2mg 109%
  • Niacin (B3) 33mg 167%
  • Vitamin B6 1mg 60%
  • Folic Acid (B9) 827µg 207%
  • Vitamin B12 4µg 64%
  • Vitamin D 2µg 1%
  • Vitamin E 2mg 10%
  • Vitamin K 20µg 26%
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