Nope, Asian noodle soup doesn't need to simmer all day for that slow-cooked taste. Get the same mouthwatering results in just 40 minutes when you stir in speedy flavor boosters like white miso paste and soy sauce.
Pumpkin isn’t just for pie and lattes. This fall-flavor bowl puts the squash to spectacular use in a garlicky pork topper that will have you wondering why you didn’t use it in this savory format eons earlier.
There's no pairing like shrimp and noodles, and we're not talking scampi. This easy noodle bowl brings the two together in layered fashion with snow peas, raisins, and a splash of OJ.
Hearty vegetables, mushrooms, and butternut squash sub for meat in this well-balanced vegetarian noodle bowl. Don't skimp on the sauce; it's where the (spicy) magic happens.
This so-easy-to-make chicken noodle bowl is pho good! Start with Asian staples like banh pho and star anise, then personalize with fun stir-ins: jalapeños, mint, and cinnamon.
To cut down on cost and ingredients required, the same building blocks star in the steak marinade and the dressing in this 28-grams-of-protein-strong noodle bowl. Top with plenty of basil and mint for fresh finish.
Be the hostess with the mostess with homemade chicken meatballs. Packed with cilantro and ginger, the four-ingredient bites will have guests mmm-ing their way through dinner.
DIY bone broth: aka the best thing that ever happened to your noodle bowl. Bubbling with ginger and garlic, it's the perfect base for a mouthwatering meal in a bowl. You’ll actually look forward to eating piles of veggies when they are in rich beef broth full of tender steak and slurpable noodles.
Customize this rice noodle bowl by adding a little or a lot of wasabi powder to the easy homemade dressing. Combined with the pasta, veggies, and shrimp, it makes for one incredible takeout-fakeout meal.
Feeling fresh? Top each serving of this under-300-calorie noodle bowl with homemade pico de gallo. It adds bright flavor to the hearty noodle bowl.
What's better than sesame chicken and lo mein? This! And it's not even takeout. Honey and toasted sesame oil give it that sweet glaze you crave.
Soba noodles, daikon, and bok choy. Yep, this noodle bowl is Asian perfection. Sprinkle with green onions for an authentic finish.
This gingery noodle bowl is all about the sauce. The mix of spicy (sambal oelek), sweet (ketchup), and tangy (cider vinegar), plus a bit of umami from soy sauce, means all the bowls get emptied. Toss in tofu, shrimp, or chicken to make it a meal.
Start with leftover spaghetti and shredded chicken to pull this six-ingredient bowl together in 15 minutes. Toss the ingredients together, top with dressing, and enjoy.
Water chestnuts and sugar snap pea pods give this gluten-free noodle bowl its signature crunch. The serrano chile pepper makes it hotter than sriracha.
Who needs a bagel when you can have noodles instead? This vegetable-loaded bowl is colorful and quick (we’re talking 25 minutes), making it perfect for a weeknight dinner.
The good news: This chicken ramen recipe layers on the flavor with ingredients like red curry paste, cumin, ginger, and garlic. The great news: It all comes together in one pot!
Ramen isn't just for college kids. Use the packaged noodles plus a can of unsweetened coconut milk for a bowl so (deliciously) easy, you'll wish you'd thought of it years ago.
Pad thai is hitting menus all over, for good reason. It's got everything you crave in an Asian noodle bowl and can be made tofu-style, too!