Another easy recipe that I always throw together! Being that all my meals are gluten and dairy free, this is a healthy option if using less sauce that you will see further in the recipe. This is another past time recipe I made in my apartment with my best friend, Maddie. She would go to work, on zoom for an hour, and when she was done, I'd have an entire ramen dinner cooked. As many of my recipes are, this ramen can be customized to your liking with the veggies you like and your own favorite sauces.


- zucchini, chopped 10-12

- bell peppers, sliced (about 8-10)

- mushrooms, chopped (3-5)

- onion, diced 5-7 min

- garlic, minced

- rice noodles, cooked

- gluten free soy sauce

- gluten free Mongolian marinade

- olive oil

- dairy-free butter


  1. Cook rice noodles and set aside. Make sure all veggies are prepped and ready.

  2. In a pan, (preferably a large pan because the noodles will be added at the end), add olive oil and let it sear the pan. After that, add 2 cloves of minced garlic + let it simmer until fragrant.

  3. First add the onions, and sauté them for about 2 minutes. Then add the bell peppers + the zucchini. Continue to stir, and cook for about 5 minutes.

  4. After that 5 minutes, add the mushrooms. While adding veggies, add little bits of dairy-free butter to soften and sauté them until fully cooked.

  5. Once veggies are cooked, add rice noodles into the pan. Now add a generous amount of gluten free Mongolian marinade + gluten free soy sauce to create the perfect blend for you! Season to taste.

  6. Serve + enjoy! :)


The rice noodles that I use, usually can be found at any grocery store I believe. They will most likely be in the international aisle, if there is one. Thai Kitchen Stir-Fry Rice Noodles are delicious and a good alternative if you're sick of regular pasta.

I have always used this gluten-free soy sauce + I have found it to be delicious. I was never a huge Thai food person before, so I cannot tell you the last time I tried real soy-sauce. I may not be able to give the best comparison between the two but I do know it is very useful with a lot of dishes. The No Soy Soy-Free Sauce made by Ocean's Halo is the best one I've found yet.

Lastly, the gluten-free Mongolian marinade acts as a thickening agent but also provides flavor for this dish. I usually pore a good amount just to make the meal thicker + to coat the noodles better. The Gluten-free Stir-Fry and Mongolian Marinade can also be used for a lot of different meals and can be found in the international aisle. It is also labeled as FODMAP friendly.

Thank you for listening! Share with me any gluten-free dairy-free sauces that you have found and enjoyed!

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