Ramen Vegetable Soup

Ramen Vegetable Soup
We have another very customizable recipe!

Recipes that you can adapt and change depending upon what you have on hand or like are my favorite. There is no last minute panicking because you don’t have a certain ingredient in your cupboard, choose something else and in the words of Tim Gunn on Project Runway “make it work!”

Ramen Vegetable Soup
I am all about posting recipes that are going to work for you and your family. Lucky for you, all of the recipes need to get the stamp of approval from Ryan and myself before we would consider sharing them with you!

You can think of us as your personal recipe approvers. :-)

This ramen vegetable soup is great during this transitional time when it’s starting to get cooler outside and it’s also well suited for winter.

Ramen Vegetable Soup
Plus, this quick and easy soup has a unique flavor from the cilantro, lime juice, and sriracha sauce.

If you don’t want an extra kick of spice leave the sriracha out. I think I actually ended up doubling the amount of sriracha because Ryan is the king of spicy in our house – did you see how empty our sriracha bottle is in the above picture?!.

Ramen Vegetable Soup
Although this dish is called ‘ramen vegetable soup’ you don’t actually use the seasoning packet from the ramen. There are probably too many mystery ingredients in there anyway, so either set it aside or throw it in the trash.

You could actually substitute angel hair pasta or regular spaghetti pasta in place of the ramen noodles. If you choose to cook the substitute noodles in the pot with all of the ingredients remember to adjust the cooking time of the noodles. Otherwise, prepare the noodles in a separate pot and add to the vegetable soup once done.

The next time this soup comes up on our menu plan, I think I’ll give it a try with angel hair pasta.

Ramen Vegetable Soup

Ramen Vegetable Soup


  • 1 tbsp olive oil
  • 1 medium onion, diced
  • 2 carrots, diced
  • 2 stalks celery, diced
  • 1 zucchini, diced
  • Salt and pepper
  • 1 can diced tomatoes, 14.5 oz drained
  • 3 1/2 to 4 cups chicken or vegetable broth
  • 1 cup water
  • Juice of 1 lime
  • 2 packages (3 ounces each) ramen, discard the seasoning packet
  • Sriracha sauce to taste, optional
  • 1 handful cilantro, chopped
  • 4 green onions, chopped


  1. In a large pot, heat the olive oil over medium.
  2. Add the onion, carrots, celery and zucchini; sauté until soft, about 6 minutes.
  3. Season with salt and pepper.
  4. Add the tomatoes, broth, water and lime juice; bring to a boil.
  5. Add the ramen, reduce heat and simmer until noodles are tender, 3 minutes.
  6. Season with salt, pepper and Sriracha sauce if desired. Serve immediately and top bowls with cilantro and chopped green onions.

Recipe adapted from The Comfort of Cooking.


Ramen Vegetable Soup

I’m off to buy more sriracha!

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  1. This is such a pretty noodle soup, just stunning.

  2. This looks amazing. I need to make this. I would love for you to link up to Inspire Me this afternoon. Party goes live at 2:30 PT. http://www.astrollthrulife.net Hope to see you there. Hugs, Marty

  3. I have to tell you…I LOVE LOVE Ramen noodles, and your recipe looks amazing. Here’s a post I did in 2011 about Ramen noodles. :) I’m trying your recipe next time I make them.



  4. This soup looks so yummy, and it looks like a great way to use ramen noodles too. Sirracha is a new ingredient to me, but I’m a wimp about spicy stuff so I might have to leave that out. (Found you on the In & Out of the Kitchen Link Party)

    • Hi Bev! I would actually leave the sriracha out too if I was making it for myself. Thanks for letting me know where you are coming from!

  5. This sound delicious, I love that you can mix up the spice and ingredients. Thanks for sharing.

  6. OK This sounds amazing!!! I might hafta try this one!! Please come share this on DIY Sunday Showcase, A party I cohost! It’s open now!!

  7. My daughter loves ramen!! I will definitely pass the recipe along to her. Maybe I will get lucky and she will make me dinner. :)

  8. This sounds great, its an added bonus I already have everything! Would love if you can come link up at very first linky party http://mommyondemand.com/create-bake-1-2/

  9. I’d like it with some Chili Garlic Sauce. It’s like Sriracha but not as hot.

  10. Holy Cow, this is one of those why-didn’t-I-think-of-that kind of recipes. I love Ramen Noodles and Fall is here now so I’m looking for some fresh soup ideas. Looks good, can’t wait to try it! Thanks for posting it!

  11. I recently saw a recipe like this and was wondering if it would be fantastic. Now I know it would be! Thanks for sharing this great recipe at the In and Out of the Kitchen Link party.

  12. looks delicious and your pictures are gorgeous

  13. Love, Love, Love Ramen! I’m always looking for new things to throw in there. (Ps. Our family goes through about 6 bottles of rooster sauce a year!

  14. This sounds delicious. My kids love ramen noodle soup. This will male it healthier. Visiting from the linky party.

  15. Hi, my family LOVES ramen soup and this looks so good and yummy and healthy. What could be better than that! I saw it on domestic superhero’s party.
    Julie at julieslifestyle.blogspot.com

  16. I love this recipe Beth! So glad you shared it at The Weekend re-Treat Link Party this week! Wanted to stop by and pin it so I can try it out later :)

  17. This looks so pretty and delicious! Thanks so much for linking up at the Lovely Ladies Linky. I’ll be sharing this on my facebook page tonight :)

  18. I’m not a ramen eater, but my 21 year old son is. I’m going to share this with him, it looks delicious! I’ve been trying for awhile to get him interested in cooking better things for himself.

  19. I can’t wait to try this. YUM. I love Ramen noodles!

  20. I saw a recipe for a soup that was similar to this one and I thought, hmm..I might have to try that. Now I know I have to try it! Your soup looks fantastic!
    Thanks for linking to the In and Out of the Kitchen LInk party. Your post was the most clicked post and will be featured in the next link party!

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  26. This looks so yum, Beth! I am going to feature it tomorrow at my link party! Hope to see you stop by!

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  31. I love ramen noodle recipes that throw away the sodium filled seasoning packets. I wish I could find more recipes like this one.

  32. Your recipe looks delicious! I’m a huge fan of Ramen noodles and always have some in the pantry. I’m with you on the seasoning packet, and trash it. I like your addition of lime..so interesting. and the Sriracha sauce is new to me. Gotta check it out. Thanks so much for your recipe. Visiting from Confessions of a Plate Addict..The Scoop.

  33. This looks so easy and delicious! I’m giving it a try this week!

  34. Oh Beth! How did you know I LOVE ramen?! I make it at least once a day for my kids. This is a way better version! I can’t wait to try it! Pinning to my Dinner Ideas board! I hope you have a wonderful week!

  35. This looks so delicious! We live in Hawaii and have lots of Ramen restaurants and I love going to them because the Ramen is actually homemade! This sounds right up my alley since it can be made at home, but doesn’t use that scary seasoning packet! And the veggies make it so beautiful and healthy! Can’t wait to try it. Pinning and found your recipe at the Pin Me party! :)

    • Oh I wouldn’t necessarily think Hawaiians ate ramen – so interesting that they have ramen restaurants!

  36. Your ramen vegetable soup looks so good. We would love for you to share it with us on our link party, Saturday Dishes. http://www.coffeewithus3.com/soups-saturday-dishes/

  37. Looks awesome! Just pinned it. Thanks for a much healthier ramen option!! :)

  38. You vegetable soup looks really delicious! I Pinned It! Thank you so much for stopping by and linking up at Saturday Dishes.
    Blessings and have a wonderful weekend,
    Diane Roark

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  40. I like this nice and easy soup. I also like ramen. Thank you. Happy Sunday to you.

  41. Stopping by from Too Much Time on My Hands blog hop. This recipe looks wonderful! Pinned and following you! Would love for you to stop by and say hi at http://lemoinefamilykitchen.com

  42. Oh my goodness! This soup looks and sounds seriously amazing. Who knew ramen noodles could be so delicious?

  43. Customizable meals are always great! Especially ones with lots of veggies!
    Thanks for sharing at Saturday Dishes- pinning!

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  50. Hi Beth. I’m planning to make this for my family tonight, how many people does this serve? xx

  51. Soup in our house is broth with whatever is on hand in the fridge! Adding Ramen noodles is a bonus!

  52. in your recipe for ramen veg soup you neglegted to state how many portions this makes? Its looks wonderful it looks like it might freeze well. thanks for this great recipe.judi

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