Sriracha Coconut Ramen Bowl

When most people think of ramen they get flashbacks of eating it for two months straight. I only ate it for a few weeks during my summer semester so it wasn’t TO bad! When I first started to learn how to cook a few years ago I found a recipe for a vegetarian ramen bowl and haven’t looked back. I made the recipe a few days ago and it was so good I had to share!

Ingredients

. 1 cup of vegetable broth

. 1 cup of canned coconut milk

. 2 tbsp of Sriracha sauce

. 1 packet of ramen

. 2 dash of red pepper (optional)

. bean sprouts (optional)

. carrots

. celery

. mushrooms

. bell peppers

. broccoli

. 1 can of chick-peas

Step 1

. Turn on your stove and add coconut oil

Step 2

. Wash and chop up your veggies!

Step 3

. Throw in your carrots and celery, then add in your garlic seasoning and ginger! I usually use ginger seasoning but still tastes great.

Step 4

. After you saute for a few minutes add in the rest of your veggies, chick-peas and sriracha sauce.

Step 5

. Add in your one cup of broth and one cup of coconut milk, during this step you can also add in your red pepper flakes. Then you bring it to a boil.

Step 6

. When your broth is at a boil then add in your ramen for four minutes. In a bowl add in your ingredients. I put some bean sprouts on top for some extra nutrients and flavor!

Enjoy!

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