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Mason Jar Asian Noodles Soup

Mason Jar Asian Noodles Soup

It’s the time of the year that everyone can appreciate a good soup in a jar recipe. You can’t go wrong with this Mason Jar Asian Noodles Soup recipe either. Super simple to toss together, then when you’re just about ready to enjoy it, just add water and let it steep to bring all the Asian flavors together in this fine soup in a jar recipe.

One of the ideas that stirred up this site was looking for simple meals that could be made in jars to eat and enjoy at a later time. Sometimes, you just need convenience and soup in a mason jar is just that- CONVENIENT.

But we didn’t want to bring you the same ol recipes you can find anywhere, we wanted to ALSO bring you interesting ones, ones that still excite your tastebuds and get you truly excited for that next meal.

This Asian Noodles in a jar recipe was inspired by a little pho food, a little japanese soup and just a love for Asian food in general. This soup really brings out some crisp, yummy vegetables and serves you with the perfect noodles for your soup.

You can easily add protein or more veggies to this recipe too. So versatile, so customizable, so, so, soooo YUMMMY!!! We love our Fortune Noodles Stir Fry recipe too- if it’s got an Asian flair or flavor, it’s always a hit.

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Asian Noodles SOup in a Jar

Why You’ll Love It

  • So easy and convenient
  • Inexpensive
  • Asian flair to your meal
  • Easy way to add in veggies to your diet
  • Customizable
  • Saves your wallet from eating out expenses
  • All you have to do is just add water

Ingredients Needed For The Best Asian Noodles Lunch

  • chili garlic sauce
  • soy sauce
  • sugar snap peas
  • shredded carrots
  • shiitake mushrooms
  • green onions; chopped
  • radishes; sliced into rounds
  • bundle saifun bean threads
  • water

Tools To Make Your Asian Inspired Noodles Soup

  • Measuring cups and spoons
  • Mason jar for storing/serving
  • Chopsticks
  • Way to warm water (like Keurig or Tea Pot)

How To Make Asian Noodles Soup

  1. Place chili sauce and soy sauce at the bottom of the jar. Add in bean thread noodles.
  2. Add in shredded carrots and mushrooms. Place the sugar peas in the jar around the noodles. Add in the radishes and green onions. Place top on jar.
  3. When ready to eat pour hot water to the top of the jar and place the lid on it. Let steep for 20 minutes. You may use hot water from a Keurig, coffee pot, or tea water warmer.
  4. After it has sat 20 minutes stir well with chopsticks allowing the flavors of the sauces to come up from the bottom.

All About Soup In A Jar

This is a really simple meal prep solution. You can easily make this ahead of time for an essential meal prepping recipe. All you have to do later is add water to your soup in a jar and it’s ready to go.

This is the best Mason jar soup recipe- just add water when ready to serve.

This is easily customizable, omit ingredients you don’t like, add more of your favorites.

What Are Saifun Bean Threads?

Saifun bean threads, or Asian Noodles can also be called cellophane noodles. They’re very thin noodles, made from the starch of mung beans.

When you cook them in water, they turn slippery and clear.

Do You Have To Cook Bean Threads?

Unline many other noodles, you don’t have to boil these noodles to cook them. You just have to soak them in water. These noodles are very tough when not cooked, so you should make sure to soak them before enjoying them.

Letting them steep in your soup jar with the hot water is exactly what they need to be the best noodles for this recipe.

Where Do You Buy Cellophane Noodles?

You can get these Asian Noodles in just about any grocery store that has an ethnic food grocery section. You can also go to your local Asian food market or buy them online.

Chopsticks with asian soup noodles.

How Do You Store Your Soup?

Store your soup in your Mason Jar. Once you’ve added the hot water and let it steep, if you’re not going to eat it all at once, you can store it in the Jar in the refrigerator.

How Long Is Your Soup Good For?

Before you add water to your soup, you can let it sit for up to 5 days on the counter. You need to check the vegetables and make sure they’re still good before adding the hot water and enjoying your soup.

See, this really is the perfect meal prep recipe for your busy workweek.

Variations

  • To increase protein, feel free to add in cooked chicken or eggs. They pair well with these other ingredients.
  • To make it sweet, add a Tablespoon of honey or brown sugar. You could also try agave, maple syrup or Stevia.
  • Trade out your chili garlic sauce for some pineapple sweet chili sauce for a sweeter soup.

Other Recipes In A Jar

Try our Pumpkin Parfaits (shared by the Ball Canning Company- so you know it’s good!)

Enjoy any of our other soup recipes in a jar.

Grab any of the soup mixes in a jar too. They’re easy and ready to go meals in a jar, just like this one.

Asian Noodles SOup in a Jar

Mason Jar Asian Noodles Soup

Mason Jar Recipe
It's the time of the year that everyone can appreciate a good soup in a jar recipe. You can't go wrong with this Mason Jar Asian Noodles Soup recipe either. Super simple to toss together, then when you're just about ready to enjoy it, just add water and let it steep to bring all the asian flavors together in this fine soup in a jar recipe.
Prep Time 10 mins
Steep Time 20 mins
Total Time 30 mins
Course Lunch
Cuisine Asian
Servings 1 jar

Ingredients
  

  • 3 Tablespoons chili garlic sauce
  • 2 Tablespoons soy sauce
  • 6 sugar snap peas
  • 1/3 cup shredded carrots
  • 5 to 7 shiitake mushrooms
  • 2 green onion chopped
  • 2 radishes sliced into rounds
  • 1 bundle saifun bean threads

Instructions
 

  • Place chili sauce and soy sauce at the bottom of the jar. Add in bean thread noodles.
  • Add in shredded carrots and mushrooms. Place the sugar peas in the jar around the noodles. Add in the radishes and green onions. Place top on jar.
  • When ready to eat pour in hot water to the top of the jar and place the lids on it.
  • Let steep for 20 minutes. You may use hot water from a keurig, coffee pot, or tea water warmer.
  • After it has sat 20 minutes stir well with chopsticks allowing the flavors of the sauces to come up from the top.
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