The Canadian Prison Ramen Burrito

The world has gone bonkers. We’ve got that pesky Coronavirus gnashing it’s teeth, and numerous other oddities making daily life less enjoyable that usual.


I bring you salvation in the form of burrito! Burrito salvation is sweeping the nation! This one is made from Doritos (bought in Canada), Old Dutch Ketchup potato chips (a staple food of the north), and Mr. Noodles Spicy Chicken instant noodles from Canada, which narrowly escaped I might add.


Please enjoy and share this with your fellow James Beard award and Michelin Star chef friends. Once again I bring you what you want. In the face of the global pandemic, I also bring you some words of wisdom:

“Listen on! Listen on! This is the truth of it. Fighting leads to killing, and killing gets to warring, and that was damn near the death of us all. Look at us now, busted up and everyone talking about hard rain! But we’ve learned! By the dust of ’em all, Bartertown’s learned. Now, when men get to fighting, it happens here, and it finishes here! Two men enter, one man leaves.”

Dr. Dealgood, Mad Max: Beyond Thunderdome

The Canadian Prison Ramen Burrito

Gaze upon the beauty and mystery of the Canadian Prison Ramen Burrito and the heralding of its coming unto you, the citizens of the world!

Finished (click to enlarge). Added Colby Jack cheese and some spring onions. I think my lovely wife Kit summed it up best – ‘it kind of tastes like an enchilada.’ The ketchup aspect of the chips give it a kind of sweet acidity that definitely has this effect.

So that’s it – I have given you the tools. You can go out and make your own Prison Ramen Style Burrito! Enjoy!