1) In a small soup pot heat two tablespoons of vegetable oil. Add two to three teaspoons of pre-chopped garlic(depending on how much garlic flavor you like).
2) Heat garlic until it turns a slight golden brown(be very careful, garlic can go very quickly, so don't take your eye off it). Remove garlic into a separate bowl, and reserve it for later.
3) Add vegetable stock(if you want deep flavor, for simple flavor, water will do just fine) to the pot and let it come to a boil.
4) Heat a stovetop grill (if you don't have one, use your oven and heat the corn and scallions through until theres color and theres a slight crisp.) Add corn and two scallions, flip vegetables until nice grill marks appear on the scallions and corn starts to get black in small areas. Remove the vegetables to a plate and set aside.
5) Add desired amount of noodles to broth or water and cook according to package directions.
6) In a small pan, fry an egg to your desired doneness in vegetable oil(do not season it, as the soy sauce will be plenty).
7) To assemble, put noodles and stock or water in a large bowl. Chop scallions and cut the corn off the cop. Place the corn and scallions on top of noodles, the egg, and lastly I like to place the garlic over the egg. Finally drizzle soy sauce over vegetables.
NOTE: I never had ramen homemade until I moved to California, and I have fallen in love. However it can be costly, so I tried making my own so I can have it more often. Its not the exact same, but its pretty close!:)