Vegan Mazeman-Inspired Noodles

This easy Japanese-inspired dish is completely vegan, oil-free, and just delicious. Mazemen is essentially just ramen noodles without broth and translates directly to “mixed noodles.” This vegan recipe is even made complete with an easy-to-make “vegan egg” and some non-traditional ingredients like microgreens.

We're using a cup of Right Foods vegan ramen noodles and adding vegan "pork" crumbles, an egg made from tofu, corn, green onions, seaweed, and microgreens. This healthy ramen noodle bowl is packed full of protein and nutritious veggies!

Vegan mazeman-inspired noodles

There are four components to this dish: the noodles, the "pork," the "egg," and the veggies. Let's dive into how to prepare each component.

Prepare a cup of Right Foods miso ramen according to package instructions, then draining the water. Add soy sauce and half of the miso seasoning packet, mixing into the noodles to coat them in flavor.

Miso Ramen Noodle Soup Cup- made with Organic Ramen Noodles

Next, to make the vegan pork, rehydrate your favorite textured vegetable protein crumbles. Add to a pan over low heat with garlic, ginger paste, soy sauce, and maple syrup. Heat until the crumbles are warm and have soaked up all the sauce.

To make the mock egg, cut extra firm tofu into two 1-inch thick blocks. Cut into an oval shape and scoop out a hole in the center where the yolk would go. Combine cornstarch, turmeric, salt, and water in a small saucepan and whisk for a couple minutes until thickened. Spoon this into the hole in the "egg" to look like a yolk. 

Plate your mazeman ramen bowl by adding noodles, vegan "pork," the beautiful "egg" you just made, corn, microgreens, green onions, and nori into a large bowl or plate. 

Vegan Mazeman-Inspired Noodles

This is the best vegan ramen recipe for when you're craving noodles but not the broth. We especially love this dish on warm summer days.

We hope you enjoyed this vegan mazeman-inspired noodle recipe. McDougall’s Right Foods products are all vegan, non-GMO, and made with whole foods. Snap a picture and tag us on Instagram so we can see your masterpiece for ourselves!

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