Vegetarian Ramen Noodle Bowl

This tasty comfort meal, Vegetarian Ramen Noodle Bowl, is our favorite ramen noodle bowl recipe. If you love a good Asian noodle bowl, then add fresh cabbage, avocado, peppers, carrot, sesame seed, with cilantro and green onion for the perfect toppings! Serve hot and enjoy with your favorite friend!

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Friends, I don’t know what it is about soup or noodle bowls that makes me think of “slowing down.” Maybe it’s because the cooking process is actually slow, which for me means I get to sit, linger, and then enjoy the finished product.

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Or, maybe it’s because it took time to make, it’s hot, and you get to sip or savor, and just eat slowly. This is great for lunch. If you’re looking for a noodle bowl for dinner, and love salmon like we do, try this Coconut Salmon Zucchini Noodle Bowl Recipe! Or this low-cab Noodleless Zucchini Chicken Bowl Recipe!

Vegetarian Ramen Noodle Bowl Recipe

Vegetarian Ramen Noodle Bowl

Enjoying a meal like this Vegetarian Ramen Noodle Bowl means I get to linger and enjoy the food and the people that I’m sharing a bowl with.

I’m not really sure, except lingering feels like something Americans don’t do very well. At least, not all the time. Partly because we’re always so rushed.

Paul and I sat outside this week in the sun and slowly ate our salads. We purposely made ourselves slow down, and think about every bite. With gratitude. We just get so rushed …

Gratitude gives us a second chance, every day, to renew the freshness of what we’ve been offered in this life.

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We’re almost not allowed to linger, and to think and to pray, it seems. We feel so rewarded by “busy.”

Two years ago, when we sold our home and moved over here for a slower lifestyle, I didn’t really know how it would feel.

Stopping the glorification of busy, and reaping the rewards of being surrounded by nature and a more relaxed pace, has been magical for me. I’m so grateful I listened ….

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Abby made this Vegetarian Ramen Noodle Bowl Recipe (yummy if you love Asian noodle bowl recipes) in college for her roommates. Like I always say, lucky roommates :)

Vegetarian Ramen Noodle Bowl

Today, grab some yummy veggies from the market, and rice ramen noodles (we buy Lotus Foods from Costco), and make a heart-warming bowl of goodness to share with someone you enjoy.

Or, someone new! Someone you want to savor the time with, and get to know!

Whatever works for you, you will find this recipe very healthy and heart-warming.

Easy Vegetarian Ramen Noodle Bowl

Vegetarian Ramen Noodle Bowl


  • 1/4 Tbsp avocado olive oil
  • 2 c crimini mushrooms, sliced
  • 2 leeks, thinly sliced
  • 1 bunch kale
  • Kosher salt and pepper (to taste, as you go)
  • 1 inch piece fresh ginger, grated
  • 6 c veggie broth
  • 2 Tbsp rice vinegar
  • 2 tsp garlic powder
  • 2 Tbsp coconut aminos or soy sauce
  • 1 1/2 Tbsp Thai red curry paste
  • 1 bunch Tuscan kale, de-stemmed and roughly torn
  • 3 dried squares of brown rice Ramen noodles (I use rice ramen from Lotus Foods)
  • Purple cabbage
  • Mini red bell pepper, sliced into rounds
  • Shredded carrots
  • Green onion
  • Sesame seeds
  • Cilantro


  1. In large pot, add avocado oil. When oil is hot, add in leeks and ginger, stirring frequently. Stir until ingredients become golden brown. Reduce heat slightly and add mushrooms. After about 4-6 minutes, when mushrooms are tender, add in broth, vinegar, coconut aminos, curry paste, garlic powder, and salt and pepper.
  2. Bring soup to a boil and then reduce heat. Turn to low heat and add noodles. Continue to cook until noodles are el dente—slightly undercooked.
  3. Serve with purple cabbage, carrots, green onion, cilantro, avocado, and sesame seeds.
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More noodle recipes: Chow Mein Noodles with Chicken [Dinner, Dishes, and Desserts] and Korean Beef Noodle Stir Fry [Fifteen Spatulas].

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One comment on “Vegetarian Ramen Noodle Bowl”

  1. a wonderful recipe, thank you, I love ramen, have never made it before, usually just ordered it, so this is a nice change, even if I’m trying to avoid most pastas!

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