A big, steaming bowl of hot ramen is one of the best comfort foods. The broth is savory and rich, the ramen noodles are chewy and bouncy, and the toppings add that perfect final touch to tie all the flavors together.
Even though ramen is typically meat-based, its veganized version can be just as flavorful and satisfying. Ingredients like miso, mushrooms, garlic, and seaweed give vegan ramen broth a depth just as complex as chicken or pork broth.
Dr. McDougall’s Right Foods is committed to making better-for-you, vegan versions of your favorite foods, including ramen noodles. Check out our 7 favorite vegan ramen noodle recipes below, plus the different ramen flavors we carry in our shop.
Vegan Ramen Noodle Flavors
Here at Right Foods, we offer three different flavors of vegan ramen noodles. These are the ramen cups used in the recipes below. They are all completely plant-based, made with steamed, not fried, organic noodles, non-GMO, and oil-free.
We took chicken ramen and made it vegan with lots of veggies and spices. This is your classic Japanese-inspired ramen flavor – savory and just a touch sweet.
If miso soup is your jam, this will be your new favorite ramen. Filled with savory miso and two types of seaweed, this soup cup takes the classic miso soup you know from sushi restaurants and adds steamed ramen noodles.
Have you ever had Chinese hot & sour soup? That’s what inspired this ramen noodle soup cup, made with shiitake mushrooms and vinegar for that tasty tang.
Vegan Ramen Noodle Recipes
This recipe by Francesca Bonadonna of Plantifully Based uses our vegan chicken ramen in a sweet and spicy noodle bowl. Combined with golden brown sriracha tofu, cooked cabbage, a dynamite sauce, and chilies for some heat, this ramen noodle bowl packs a big punch.
Looking to get your greens in? Green jalapenos, edamame, green onions, and cilantro make this ramen bowl beautiful and fresh. This light ramen noodle bowl uses Dr. McDougall's Miso Ramen Soup. This is the perfect dish when you’re craving something healthier and not too heavy.
This bowl also uses our Vegan Miso Ramen, but it’s a bit heartier. Big pieces of crispy tofu, sweet potatoes, broccoli, and a peanut dressing pack this ramen noodle bowl with protein and nourishing veggies.
Another light & healthy option, this dish features tofu and veggies alongside Dr. McDougall's Miso Ramen Soup. Tofu for protein, plus shiitake mushrooms, bok choy, and red cabbage are all full of nutrients – you’ll feel great after eating this savory miso ramen.
Francesca Bonadonna of Plantifully Based comes up with the best recipes: case in point, Thai Green Curry Ramen. It’s creamy, it’s flavorful, and it hits the spot every time. Right Foods Vegan Chicken Ramen is made into a rich and spicy broth made creamy by coconut milk and blended cauliflower. Top with lime juice, spinach, edamame, green onions, and sesame seeds for the perfect curry ramen bowl.
An unexpected ramen bowl but a very tasty one, Marianna Moore of @mariannas_pantry came up with this tahini miso ramen that we absolutely love. Instead of the traditional ramen broth and toppings, this noodle bowl has a tahini sauce, avocado, cucumber, radishes, and dill.
Ramen that’s bright, flavorful, and fresh, say no more. Right Foods Miso Ramen is the base of this dish, with shiitake mushrooms, radishes, green onions, and cilantro on top. Add protein and any other veggies you have on hand for a heartier meal!
Vegan ramen noodles can be comforting and rich like traditional ramen, or they can be light and fresh like miso soup. Either way, we love using vegan ramen soup cups to make cooking so much easier and faster. If you’re looking for some extra quick recipes, check out our article on vegan ramen recipes that take 10 minutes or less.
McDougall’s Right Foods products are all vegan, non-GMO, and made with whole foods. We care about your health and the health of the planet, so our paper cups are made with packaging from certified sustainably-managed forests.
We hope you enjoyed these vegan ramen noodle recipes. If you gave any of them a try, snap a picture and tag us on Instagram so we can see your masterpiece for ourselves!
Peruse our other amazing Dr. McDougall’s recipes on our recipe page.