easy ramen noodle bowl

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I know that you like easy recipes, and ramen noodles are probably the easiest thing to make ever!

One time I even stuffed them into spring rolls… you’ll have to read the post to see how. Anyway, today I’m bringing you a ramen noodle bowl that’s super easy to throw together.

This isn’t your average college-style ramen that you eat in a dorm room! It’s filled with veggies like broccoli and kale that are vibrant in color and super fresh. It’s also full of fragrant (and healthy) miso broth that’ll warm you up any time of the day. This bowl is like a giant hug for your insides! 

easy ramen noodle bowl_hot for food
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easy ramen noodle bowl

Whip up this quick and filling ramen dish any day of the week! Savory broth and fresh ingredients combine for a noodle dish that won’t disappoint. 

Course Main Course
Cuisine Asian
Keyword noodle bowl, ramen, ramen noodles
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 8 minutes
Total Time 18 minutes
Servings 1
Author Lauren Toyota


  • 1 package instant ramen noodles
  • 2 C water
  • 2 tbsp miso paste
  • 1 C broccoli florets
  • 1/2 C chopped kale
  • 2/3 C cubed medium firm tofu
  • 1 tbsp finely chopped green onion
  • 1/4 C dried seaweed
  • sesame seeds, as garnish
  • Sriracha, to taste


  1. Boil noodles in 2 cups of water as per instructions on the package. During the last minute of cooking, add in broccoli and kale to cook it in the boiling water until tender but still bright green in color.

  2. In your serving bowl, add 2 tablespoons of the noodle water and mix it with 2 tablespoons of miso paste until dissolved and well combined. Then add in the whole pot of water, noodles, broccoli, and kale. Add remaining ingredients and serve immediately.

Recipe Notes

For this recipe, I used Lotus Foods Rice Ramen. But many other common brands of instant ramen noodles are vegan friendly as long as you don’t use the flavor packet.

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9 thoughts on “easy ramen noodle bowl”

  1. This is utterly amazing <3 just making my dinners for the week and this was so easy to make and tastes delicious!!!

  2. I found out that there are more misa pastes. which one do you recommend for this recipe? thank you. it seems delicious

    1. really any of them work. Just depends on your tastebuds I guess as some are stronger in flavour than others. I usually buy a soy based miso paste, but yes now they have them made from fermented barley, quinoa etc. since people are avoiding soy or allergic. Just test some out but generally they are all the same

    1. I know this is an older comment, but for anyone else wondering the same thing, I didn’t add it and it came out delicious! The miso gives a ton of flavour. 🙂 I also substituted quartered brussel sprouts for the broccoli because that’s what I had on hand.

    1. I’ve never seen the value in adding that information, since everyone is different. And the whole timing I would list is if you were as fast as me and prepped everything in advance! Anyway just letting you know why it’s not published. It is something I will have to include in our upcoming cookbook though. So yay!

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