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🍀 Vegan Ramen
For Broth
2 bulbs of garlic, cut into halves (approximately 20 cloves of garlic)
3 to 4 large slices ginger
2 large leek, cut into halves in lengthwise and washed well
10 to 12 oz Korean radish or carrot
10”x10” dried kelp
10 to 12 dried shiitake mushrooms
18 cups water
1 tsp msg or salt

For Miso Tare
1/2 cup red miso
2 tbsp chili oil or lao gan ma
3 tbsp Yondu

For Toppings & Noodles
3 king oyster or your choice of mushrooms, sliced into 1/3”
2 Tbsp Seonkyoung’s house sauce or sweet soy sauce
1 tbsp coconut oil or plant based butter
1 can sweet corn
Pinch of salt
4 servings fresh, frozen or dried ramen noodles
4 green onions, chopped
Dried & toasted seaweed/nori
Fried shallot





  1. I've been vegetarian for over a year and live near FOUR Korean grocery stores, and I've never heard of yondu! My husband and I have been looking for a fish sauce replacement and we're VERY excited to look for it on our next grocery trip! Thank you for the tip!

  2. Can you please announce if you are still removing and deleting all your old recipes?? I sincerely hope not! I am excited for this new chapter on Asian at Home but your old chapter is also one to celebrate! I would love to be able to still reference your non-plant based recipes.