Nissin Cup Noodles Stir Fry Korean BBQ Christmas Pie!

Nissin Cup Noodles Stir Fry Korean BBQ Christmas Pie!

I know. I know. You’re at a loss for what to enjoy on Christmas. Sick of turkey, ham is salty, beef is full of beef. Herring? Vegetables? You want something delightful yet different and unique – you want this to be the best Christmas feast you’ve ever indulged in.

Well, if that’s what you’re looking for, you’re not going to find it here. This is interesting, but it’s really not so great. However, you should try doing this as it will make all the little Elves at the Nissin Foods company quite enamored that making pies with brothless domestic cup noodles is such a huge craze – it isn’t yet, but you can change that.

Anyways, here’s how you make a pie from Cup Noodles Stir Fry Korean BBQ flavor.


  • 5 x Nissin Cup Noodles Stir Fry Korean BBQ flavor
  • 1 x Keebler Shortbread pie crust
  • fried onions
  • sesame seeds
  • spring onions
  • a plate you have no attachment to (throwing it away is required)
  • a microwave and a high speed blender


  1. Take one of the cups. Squish it without breaking it while the lid is on to smash the noodles up
  2. Dump smashed noodles into a Magic Bullet or other small high speed mixer and make it into powder
  3. Add back into cup and follow directions – minus the let sit one minute
  4. Give it a stir (you’re gonna burn your hands on this part) and add into the pie crust
  5. Repeat with all 5 cups
  6. Add on fried onion and sesame seeds
  7. Take a paper plate and spray bottom with cooking spray and smoosh pie filling flat
  8. Refrigerate overnight
  9. Slice a wedge off and reheat in microwave. Add spring onion, Sriracha sauce, and dine like a Christmas Star!

Watch me do it and feel the Christmas Spirit! Note – if this doesn’t put you in the mood for Christmas it’s too late – finish raking the leaves.

Nissin Cup Noodles Stir Fry Korean BBQ Christmas Pie!

Finished (click to enlarge). Added spring onion and Sriracha sauce. The crust is nice and sweet and the pie filling is kind of like a stiff custard. It’s interesting and kind of weird. Nevertheless, it is compelling; it’s like nothing you’ve ever experienced before both in consistency and flavor. It makes your mouth ask ‘Papa, is this what Christmas is all about?’ and then you tell your mouth ‘yes, mouth, you’ve hit paydirt.’

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you all – you make what I do very enjoyable every day.


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