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A vegan ramen recipe that is easy to make, healthy, and delicious.

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How to stir fry vegan ramen

Our Ramen Noodle Stir Fry is simple and quick to make, absolutely delicious and will satisfy any take out food cravings that you may have.

We love noodles at home and you can always find a big stack of them in our pantry. We enjoy making many different recipes with them from Vietnamese pho to Thai Drunken Noodles or Pad Thai. But this recipe uses instant Ramen Noodles so it comes together really quick. Save this recipe, as it’s especially handy on those busy weekdays or to prepare an easy weekend meal in less than 20 minutes.

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Instant ramen noodles are normally served with a spiced warm broth but for this recipe, we’re going to be serving them stir-fried with a delicious, umami-rich homemade sauce. This recipe is vegan so it doesn’t contain any oyster, fish or prawn products.

To give our stir-fried some more nutrients, we love adding fresh veggies when making the stir fry. We used for our ramen noodle stir fry broccoli and carrot but you can add any other veggies that you want to use. Spring onion, mushrooms, bell peppers or cabbage are amazing choices as well!

Plant-based Protein for Stir Fries

When it comes to cooking a stir fry, you want to make sure you are adding enough protein to the dish. As a vegetarian family, we are always using different plant-based alternatives to add this macronutrient in our recipes.

Tofu is the perfect plant-based protein to use in Stir-fries. It’s easy to cook, you can find it in any supermarket nowadays and you can flavour it with the same sauce you are making for the stir fry. Tofu is plain, so make sure to pan fry it before with some of the stir fry sauce or leave it marinating for a couple of hours.

Tempeh is the healthiest option but I still know a lot of people (myself included) that doesn’t enjoy eating it. It has a deep aftertaste but many people love it and it’s a wonderful protein source.

Seitan. For a meatier option, you can use seitan. Seitan is made out of gluten and it doesn’t need much flavouring.

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Soy Beans or Edamame. This last plant-based protein that we would use in a stir-fry is as well an amazing choice. Frozen or fresh, edamame will add more colour and textures to your stir fry.

Ramen Noodle Stir Fry Ingredients

Stir Fry Ingredients

Instant Ramen Noodles. At our local Chinese supermarket, we can find a pack of 5 portions that come with no seasoning packets, just the dried noodles. The brand we buy is called Vejia, but I cannot find this product online. If you can find something similar, that’s perfect, if not, just buy a cheap instant ramen packet and discard the seasoning packet. For a gluten-free stir fry, look for gluten-free instant noodles.

Onion or Shallot. Choose a small onion as they tend to be sweeter or use a shallot to start the stir fry.

Garlic and ginger paste. We make a paste crushing or pressing garlic and ginger.

Carrot and Broccoli. These are the veggies that will go in our stir fry. As said before, you can add here any veggies you want to use.

Tofu. For this recipe, we chose to use tofu to add some plant-based protein to the dish.

Toasted sesame seeds and chili flakes. These ingredients are added right before serving the dish.

Homemade Stir Fry Sauce Ingredients

Soy sauce. Light or dark soy sauce can be used for this recipe, depending on your taste. If you want to make the sauce gluten-free, use tamari.

Sesame oil. We use toasted sesame oil and before serving, we add some chili sesame oil to give the dish that last spicy touch.

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Sriracha or Sambal Oelek. To make this recipe spicy and richer in flavour, we use sriracha. You can use Sambal as well, both sauces work perfectly.

Maple Syrup. We find that adding a bit of sweetness will improve the taste of the sauce. You can use maple syrup as listed on our recipe, honey (not vegan), brown sugar or any other sweetener that you normally use.

Rice vinegar. Rice vinegar is slightly sweet and packed with umami flavour.

Vegetable stock or water. We choose to use vegetable stock but feel free to use just plain water or salted water.

How to make Ramen Noodle Stir Fry in four simple steps

  1. Pan-fry the tofu. Heat some oil in a pan and pan-fry the tofu making sure all the sides are cooked. When the tofu starts to turn golden, add some of the stir fry sauce and leave it cooking for 2 more minutes.
  2. Cook the noodles. Boil the noodles for 1-2 minutes, drain the water and rinse with cold water. You want to have the noodles still al dente, as they will finish cooking with the rest of the ingredients.
  3. Prepare the stir fry. Heat some oil in a pan and add finely chopped onion. After a few minutes add the garlic and ginger paste, cook for one more minute and then add the broccoli and carrot. After cooking for a few minutes, cover the pan with a lid for 3-4 minutes.
  4. Remove the lid and add the cooked noodles and the stir-fry sauce. To make the stir-fry sauce, combine soy sauce, sesame oil, sriracha, maple syrup, rice vinegar and vegetable stock or water. Add the sauce and combine all the ingredients. Before serving, add some sesame seeds and chili flakes.

If you liked this recipe, check out our other noodle recipes

Vegetarian Pad Thai

Vegan Thai Drunken Noodles

Vegan Pho

Vegan Thai Coconut Noodle Soup

Thai Noodle Salad with Peanut Dressing

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