While some varieties of noodles are made with eggs, such as thin wonton noodles, wide wonton noodles, Hong Kong-style (chow mein) noodles, and lo mein noodles, there are plenty of vegan versions you can try out! These 15 noodle recipes are all made without eggs, and pack just as much flavor. Plus, the extra joy and satisfaction in the fact that you made these dishes yourself is unbeatable!
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1. Creamy Sweet Potato Noodles With Ginger Tempeh
This colorful and veggie-centric Creamy Sweet Potato Noodles With Ginger Tempeh bowl by Jess Hoffman is the perfect, healthy comfort food! Sweet potatoes are spiralized into tender, vibrant noodles then tossed in a creamy, savory sauce made from coconut milk, soy sauce, and Sriracha and finally served with a side of crispy kale. Garlic-ginger tempeh is also added for protein and since it’s fermented, it has probiotics to keep your tummy happy!
2. Japchae: Korean Sweet Potato Noodles With Tofu
Grab a big bowl of this Japchae: Korean Sweet Potato Noodles With Tofu by Jessica Gavin! This Korean dish is made by sautéeing clear noodles made from sweet potato starch in a sweet soy sauce with vegetables. Each bite is packed with healthy vegetables and plant protein for a delicious gluten-free meal.
3. Indo-Chinese Hakka Noodles With Vegetables
These Indo-Chinese Hakka Noodles With Vegetables by Pavani Nandula are the perfect example of Indo-Chinese food – a fusion cuisine that combines the flavors of India and China. The main component of the noodles is the spicy sauce made with garlic, ginger, chili sauce, and tomato paste. The other usual Chinese ingredients like soy sauce and vinegar also make an appearance here. Serve with a medley of veggies and tofu for a tasty, substantial meal.
4. 15-Minute Sesame Ginger Noodles
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If you’re looking for a quick 15-minute dinner tonight look no further! These 15-Minute Sesame Ginger Noodles with bok choy by Jess Hoffman will be your new favorite go-to dish. These sesame ginger noodles are bursting with bold ginger flavor and loaded with veggie goodness from the bok choy. If you don’t have any boy choy available, you can feel free to use broccoli or even any other green vegetable you have in your refrigerator.
5. Lemon Garlic Zoodles
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If your summer harvest is exploding with zucchinis, these Lemon Garlic Zoodles by Holly Bertone are going to be your favorite go-to recipe. The lemon and garlic really make the flavor pop. This super healthy zucchini noodle recipe is Whole30, Paleo, and Vegan.
6. Yi Mein: Chinese Long Life Noodles
Longevity noodles are a type of Yi Mein, which is a Cantonese egg noodle made up of wheat flour. This Yi Mein: Chinese Long Life Noodles recipe by Dana Sandonato calls for minimal ingredients, little time, and it’s better than takeout. I mean sure, sometimes Chinese takeout is *just* what you need after an exhausting road trip or an exasperating day at work, but if you have it in you to spend a measly 20-30 minutes cooking, make this instead; you’ll find extra joy and satisfaction in the fact that you made it yourself.
7. One-Pot Kung Pao Noodles
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What’s not to love about these One-Pot Kung Pao Noodles by Melanie Sorrentino? The whole dish takes less than 20 minutes to make, it’s budget-friendly, and so spicy it’ll make your lips tingle and your belly warm. You can also make it with any kind of pasta or noodle you choose. So go for gluten-free, grain-free, or stick to some classic noodles!
8. Broccoli Stem Noodles With Asian Black Bean Balls
Don’t throw away those broccoli stems! Combat food waste by turning them into veggie noodles and making this Broccoli Stem Noodles With Asian Black Bean Balls recipe by Gabrielle St. Claire! These broccoli stem noodles are tossed in an umami miso dressing, then served with black bean balls that have been glazed with an Asian-inspired sauce. If you haven’t used the broccoli florets, serve it with those or just serve with your favorite veggies.
9. Curried Butternut Squash Noodles With Apples and Dates
This colorful and vibrant veggie dish is bursting with flavor, both savory and sweet. It contains a medley of spiralized noodles – buttery butternut squash, crispy green apple, and tangy red onion – as well as pecans and dates. The whole thing is drizzled with maple syrup and then tossed in a mixture of warming spices like cinnamon, ginger, allspice, and curry powder. This recipe for Curried Butternut Squash Noodles With Apples and Dates by Taylor Kiser is delicious, healthy, and beautiful – what more could ya want?
10. Easy Coconut Curry Ramen
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Ramen a Japanese noodles soup dish is very popular. In this gluten-free vegan Easy Coconut Curry Ramen recipe by Kristina Stosek, coconut milk is included to add creamy richness and intense flavor. This is a quick version of ramen broth with beautiful flavors. You can also add some gluten-free hot sauce for a bit of heat such as sriracha
11. Sesame Portobello Ramen
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Nothin’ beats a big ol’ bowl of noodles — hence why ramen is beloved by so many. This easy Sesame Portobello Ramen recipe by Melanie Sorrentino features an umami vegan chicken broth that’s infused with sesame oil and packed with gluten-free rice noodles, sweet bell peppers, carrots, and meaty Portobello mushrooms. Add a sprinkle of black sesame for a little extra flavor and to make it picture-perfect.
12. 15-Minute Hot and Sour Thai Noodles
This cold Thai-inspired noodle salad makes a bright and healthy side dish or a dinner for a small family. It’s all about the combination of textures and flavors — there’s tangy lime, crisp vegetables, salty tamari, zesty cilantro, crunchy peanuts, and chili peppers for heat. These 15-Minute Hot and Sour Thai Noodles by Jordan and Clark Cord will be your new go-to. Take it to work for lunch, take it to cookouts, make it for your family. Trust us – you’ll knock their socks off with this one.
13. Spicy Peanut Udon Noodle Bowl
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This spicy peanut udon noodle bowl by Maria Koutsogiannis has summer vibes all the way. Spicy udon noodles, creamy peanut sauce-covered zucchini noodles, marinated figs, a topping of fresh vegetables, and of course — avocado. This dish is nutty, citrusy, and will fill you up without making you feel weighed down. Enjoy!
14. 10-Minute Raw Curry Zoodles
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How does a brimming bowl full of fresh 10-Minute Raw Curry Zoodles doused in a creamy cashew curry sauce sound? No stovetop, no oven, no cooking, and 10 minutes from the fridge to your plate. This recipe by Jordan and Clark Cord couldn’t be any better than that.
15. Somen Noodles With Nori Dressing
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Somen noodles are very thin white Japanese noodles made of wheat flour and are usually served cold. As this recipe proves, it is a breeze to make a delicious and filling meal with Somen noodles as the base. These Somen Noodles With Nori Dressing by Lan Pham Wilson contain a savory-sweet broth spiked with soy sauce and maple syrup, a refreshing seaweed dressings, and plenty of garnishes, including sliced cucumbers, kimchi, scallions, and nuts. Yum!
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