Easy Asian Noodle Bowl

asian noodle bowl

Who doesn’t adore an easy Asian noodle bowl! Veggies you love. Maybe meat or seafood. Ramen noodles. Presto, you’ve got a meal! 

Noodle Bowls

Noodle bowls are so simple to make. Especially when you have a rich nutrient-dense bone broth to use as your base. And, that’s exactly what you get with Kettle & Fire’s bone broth. Pasture-raised and grassfed bone broth and soups. Scroll down at the link for the Kettle & Fire offer.  Check this link for 20% off delivered right to your front door! 

This is precisely why I keep lots of it in my pantry. It’s there when I need it just for things like this!

A lot of my cooking if spontaneous. And, that means I keep staples in my pantry that enrich the nutrition. Bone broth does that! 

Asian Noodle Bowl

Put your own Asian twist on the noodle bowl. Top with a soft boiled egg, oh, this gives a luscious rich flavor. 

And, season with Clean Monday Meals’ Chicken Ramen Seasoning. Wow, talk about making the preparation even more effortless! 

Soup Noodle Bowl

The thing that I love about a soup noodle bowl is that you can build the vegetable content as you like it. 

I happened to have some baby cauliflower, broccoli and zucchini from Trader Joes. It was perfect for a rough chop and using. 

Adding other colorful veggies, carrots, onions, celery, spinach, chard, whatever your heart desires makes this bowl of healthy unmistakably delicious! 

Veggie Noodle Bowl

While I threw in some chopped previously grilled chicken breast meat, you can leave totally veggie. Seafood is another option. Maybe some shrimp? Or if you have some leftover over steak, wow, now throw that in, too. 

Pop and I spent a month in China. We learned a LOT about how they eat. How they approach food. And, their idea of tasty. There is about zero waste. All things including bones and skin of fish, meat, etc. are used for something. Many of these things, like skin and bones, are dried. They impart a huge amount of flavor and nutrition. 

Broth Bowl Recipe

While I used chicken bone broth, this recipe could also be done with beef bone broth. I didn’t want mine super brothy, so I used a 16 ounce box plus about one-fourth cup of water to rinse out the box. That’s it for the liquid. 

I did load up on the vegetables. And, as you might know, the veggies do have water content in them. 

Now, I don’t like to cook my veggies to death! For us, we want them to be tender, al dente, retain their vibrant hues and even have a tad bit of crunch to them. 

On the positive side of this less cooking approach is the fact that they retain more of the nutrient value too! 

Chicken Ramen

Let’s talk noodles. 

You want something healthy and not overloaded with ‘stuff’ to make them tasty. You don’t need tasty when you have the Clean Monday Meals seasoning, the fresh veggies and the bone broth. 

Take a look at Lotus Foods’ Millet & Brown Rice Ramen Noodles. Nothing funky in the ingredients. Only organic brown rice flour, organic millet flour. That’s it. Order the bag. I promise you’ll use it for a lot of things! 

Ramen Noodle Bowl Ideas

Lots of ideas for ramen noodle bowls. The sky’s the limit. There’s no right or wrong bowl. There’s only not enough of the bowl!

And, I must say that we had some leftover and after two days in the refrigerator, Pop devoured and thought it was even better. 

Oh, yes, one more thing. Very important. If you don’t have Smoked Shoyu Sauce, ORDER IT! A few splashes and the entire bowl is tinglingly delicious! 

Asian noodle bowl

asian noodle bowl

Easy Asian Noodle Bowl

Yield: About 4-6 servings


  • 3 Tbl. toasted sesame seed oil
  • 1 16 oz. box chicken bone broth + 1/4 cup water to rinse box
  • 2 Tbl. Chicken Ramen Seasoning
  • Assorted vegetables, 6 cups cut and chopped, cauliflower, broccoli, spinach, carrots, celery, onions, peas, sugar snap peas, scallions, etc.
  • 2 cups chicken, previously cooked, cut into bite size pieces
  • 2 blocks Lotus Foods Ramen Noodles
  • Smoked Shoyu Sauce, garnish when serving


  1. In a large (12"+ skillet) cast iron skillet over medium heat, put the sesame oil. Add the bone broth, water and seasoning. Whisk and blend together.
  2. Add the vegetables and chicken, cover and cook about 7 minutes.
  3. Reduce heat to medium low. Add the ramen noodles. Cover with the veggies and then the lid. Let the noodles 'wilt' a few minutes, then take a large fork and gently separate and mix into the broth/vegetables.
  4. Remove from heat. Cover and let the mixture steam for about 5 minuites.
  5. Ready to serve!

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  1. Hi ally

    What middle brand did you buy

    1. Hi, Lani, not quite sure what you’re asking about. Middle brand of what? Let me know more and I’ll try to answer! Thanks! xoxx ally

  2. Monika Richmond says:

    Hello Ally, thank you for sharing all your amazing recipe’s! May I ask what kind of chicken rahmen seasoning you use?
    Thank you! Have a great day!

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