This creamy vegetarian Tan Tan Ramen is a crave-able burst of flavor. This dish is a blend of creamy and savory that will have you hooked from the first slurp. Tan Tan noodles are typically made with ground pork, but we're substituting the meat for tofu in this vegetarian version.
Mike's Mighty Good noodles are made from organic wheat flour and are cooked to chewy perfection in just a few minutes. The broth is what really sets this ramen bowl apart, though. It's made from a combination of creamy peanut butter, soy sauce, and earthy vegetables, giving it a rich flavor full of depth.
Let's jump into the steps to make this beautiful bowl of ramen. To make the golden brown tofu, pan sear cubes of firm tofu on all sides. Add water to the pan and bring to a low simmer. Then, add mushrooms and Mike's Mighty Good vegetable ramen noodles, cooking until the noodles are soft.
Finally, add soy sauce, peanut butter, ½ MMG vegetable soup base, MMG seasoning oil, and cream. Mix to combine and cook for a couple of minutes.
Top your bowl with fresh cilantro and enjoy!
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