Vegan pho jar noodles

  • 10min
  • 1
  • 297 kcal
  • Easy
  • Vegan
  • Gluten free
  • Soy

Per 210 g contains

297 kcal 1256 kj
2.8 g
0.2 g
7.6 g
1.3 g

of an adult's recommended intake.
Typical energy values per 100g: 598kj/142kcal

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Authored by Peer reviewed by Rose Constantine Smith
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A colourful and healthy lunchtime alternative.

Sick of the sandwiches and bored with the salads? My flavourful pho jar noodles will brighten up your day with some Asian-inspired flavours. Easy on the stomach but great for the tastebuds!


  • Carrots
    40g 1.4oz
  • Red bell pepper
    75g 2.6oz
  • Fresh ginger
    5g 0.2oz
  • Rice noodles
    70g 2.5oz
  • Spring onion
    10g 0.4oz
  • Miso paste
    10g 0.4oz
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Cooking Method

  1. Wash the carrots, peppers, parsley and spring onion, and pat dry with a tea towel (as you may want to store your vegan pho jar noodles in the fridge for several days.)
  2. Thinly slice the carrot and bell pepper into matchsticks. Remove the white end of the spring onion and dice the remaining green end.
  3. Peel the ginger with a spoon before finely grating/chopping it.
  4. Place the carrots, bell pepper, spring onion and ginger into a jar. Follow these with the rice noodles on top.
  5. Add the miso paste into the jar and garnish with the parsley.
  6. Tightly sealed, this will last for up to three days in the fridge.
  7. When you are ready to eat, simply remove the lid, boil water and add to the jar. Allow it to sit for 10 minutes to soften the noodles and vegetables.

Nutritional Information

Typical Valuesper 100gper 210g serving
142 kcal
598 kj
297 kcal
1256 kj
of which saturates
1.3 g
0 g
2.8 g
0.2 g
of which sugars
28 g
3.6 g
58 g
7.6 g
Fibre0 g
0 g
Protein3.4 g
7.2 g
Salt0.6 g
1.3 g


Carrots are known for their eye health benefits (vitamin A) but they are also full of vitamin C, which is great for boosting your immunity.

Bell pepper

Red bell peppers are supposedly filled with more than 200% of your recommended daily vitamin C intake, meaning they do wonders for your immune system. They also contain vitamin B6 and folate, both of which can help prevent anaemia. 


Ginger is a great natural remedy for curing nausea, sickness and pain, as it can help settle the stomach and digestive system. 

Rice noodles

Rice noodles are a great alternative for those who suffer from gluten intolerance/coeliac disease, as they are gluten-free. 

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