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LAY HO MA everyone! I’m Wil Yeung. Have I got a treat for you! I can eat ramen when its cold out, when it hot out, when its rainy out, and when its sunny out! I absolutely love the incredible flavours all packed in one little bowl of noodles, toppings, and broth. Join me in this episode where I’ll teach you how to make spicy tan tan vegan ramen (also called tantanmen or dan dan). It looks and tastes complicated, but I assure you that you’ll be making this with absolute confidence every time!

– dried ramen noodles
– bok choy
– 1-2 pieces garlic
– 1/2 lb oyster mushrooms
– 2 cups vegetable stock
– 1/4 cup almond milk
– 1 tbsp sesame paste (tahini)
– 1 tsp rice vinegar
– 1 tbsp soy sauce
– 1 tsp chilli oil
– 1-2 tbsp of chopped green onion

1. bring a pot of water to boil for the noodles
2. prep your veggies. slice the bok choy into 4. mince the garlic. peel down the oyster mushrooms
3. in a hot pan, drizzle some olive oil and add your bok choy. sear them on both sides to give it some colour
4. once the bok choy is seared, set aside
5. place the pan back on the heat and add in the mushrooms and garlic
6. put your ramen noodles in the hot water with a rolling boil
7. once the mushrooms are cooked, set aside
8. put the pan back on the heat and turn the heat down to a low
9. add in the veggie stock and almond milk, let it heat up gently
10. in your serving bowl, add in your sesame paste, soy sauce, rice vinegar, toasted sesame oil, and chilli oil
11. whisk the ingredients together until it forms a paste
12. pour in the hot soup and whisk together
13. add in your cooked ramen noodles
14. place on your bok choy and mushrooms
15. top off with some fresh chopped green onions (slice them thin!)
16. finish with some chilli oil – DONE!!

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Wil Yeung says:

LAY HO MA everyone! Be sure to check out my **NEW** BLACK MISO VEGAN RAMEN episode too

Karen Navarro says:

Hahaha.. His voice is so epic, "Garlic." Best voice ever so deep and soothing haha. How come no one is commenting on his epic voice.

Marc H says:

man that looks so good.

Sabrina Granger says:

This was my first attempt at home-made ramen and it was amazing! Thank you so much for the recipe. I will have to use less chilli oil next time, though, because I'm a wuss.

skyler fincham says:

Hi all, just made this recipe and the sauce was great. Is the bok choy supposed to be kinda hard? Never ate it before this.

cocojambo126 says:

I just cooked this ramen recipe for my boyfriend and me and we both love it! It‘s the best broth, that I’ve ever cooked and it’s very similar to the vegan ramen, that we ate in japan. I added a little bit of fresh ginger to the broth and I didn‘t have chili oil, so I used Sambal Oelek. Tasted great. Thanks for sharing this recipe and greetings from Austria 🙂

nikki trinidad says:

WOW! this is amazing! i couldn’t find tahini in my supermarket so i subbed 1:1 ratio of sunflower seed butter (sun butter) and sesame oil and used Shimeji mushrooms. the chilli oil is essential to this recipe so don’t skimp on it 😉 amazing vegan recipe, and my dad loved it! thank you so much 😊

Aleisha Heier says:

Just made this. Turned out perfect and so yummy. Thank you for sharing👍☺️

Xochitl Gracia says:

Hey Wil, I am wondering how many servings does this recipe yields? Thank you!

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