Hmm, now that you mention it, I'm hungry..... Think I'll go make some Ramen.
Best I ever had was from Vietnam... No idea what brand it was, or even really what flavor other than 'spicy' as I couldn't read the label... It had Capsicum pepper in it though, not just mere cayenne.
Nowdays, I go through cycles of Ramen eating... I'll eat one or two a day for a week or so, then not eat it for a couple of months. Not that I really get tired of it, I just get in and out of the habit. I usually eat the "Oriental Flavor" which is as close as I have been able to find to that Vietnamese stuff I liked... Then I add a few dashes of Cayenne pepper too. Funny thing is, Ramen is about the only thing I like to be peppery or spicy. Generally, I'm 'Mr. Bland'.... Oh, and I'll also usually add a bit of dried, minced onion before I put in the water.
Usually buy a few cases of it when it is on sale for 10 or 12 for a dollar, that way there is a good stock of it in case of emergency.
For the "Cup of Soup" type of packaging, I guess Shrimp is my favorite. Bigger chunks of 'meat' that way than in the other flavors.
Have to try that sesame oil too. Sounds good.