The BBC Witness Podcast The Invention of Instant Noodles mentions that "Space Ram" (ramen noodles for space) was developed for eating on the Space Shuttle. After about
BBC: And at the age of 95, (Momofuku) Ando reinvented the instant noodle once again, this time for a zero-gravity eating experience.
Tour Guide at the Cup Noodle Museum: “Space Ram is a type of instant noodle developed especially for space travel.”
Tsutsui (Nissin foods): There’s no gravity in space (sic) so first it’s really hard to make ramen in those conditions. And if the soup splashes onto the walls inside the Shuttle, it could cause serious damage because every wall is equipped with delicate, precision instruments. So the soup can never be splashed, and the noodles mustn’t float. He (Ando) developed the technique, and that’s Space Ram.
How was Space Ram safely prepared, and then eaten in zero gravity?
Were there Space Ram prototype tests, or did it just work the first time?
Images below are from the BBC web page, but I'm not sure these are what the final product looked like.