Spring Vegetable Green Curry Bowls

Spring Vegetable Green Curry Noodle Bowls | TheRoastedRoot,net #glutenfree #healthy #dinner #recipe

Spring veggies! Oh my gaaah they’re just so crisp.

As you saw with my Garam Masala Vegetable Bowls on Friday, I’m still loving the comfort of winter’s hearty carb-laiden vegetables, but also dig the fact that I can get my hands on Spring’s snappy veggies in order to enjoy the best of all vegetable worlds. The way I see it, this is a great time of year to break out the skillet (or wok) and saute or stir fry Spring’s bounty in a big veggie medley, as all of the in-season produce pairs perfectly together. As it turns out, green curry noodles wear sauteed spring vegetables like a champ.

These noodle bowls are just the funnest. You just saute asparagus, green beans, and spinach, and plunk them down on top of rice noodles. Pour in the most slurpable green curry sauce-broth ever and serve with a soft boiled egg, peanuts, and some fresh mint (or basil).


The sauce-broth is where it’s at with this recipe…all’s it is is coconut milk, green curry paste (you can use homemade or store-bought. I used this brand), and vegetable broth. Easy, messy, fun for all ages.
Change ups? If you like super spicy food, go ahead and add a Thai chili to the veggie saute, or add red chili sauce to the broth. If you’re in need of some additional protein, include some chicken or tofu. You can add/substitute veggies to your liking. Bok choy, leek, and/or broccoli would be marvelous substitutions. If you’re more into rice than rice noodles, feel free to replace the noodles for rice.

Spring Vegetable Green Curry Noodle Bowls | TheRoastedRoot,net #glutenfree #healthy #dinner #recipe


Spring Vegetable Green Curry Noodle Bowls | TheRoastedRoot,net #glutenfree #healthy #dinner #recipe

Spring Vegetable Green Curry Bowls

Prep Time: 20 minutes
Cook Time: 20 minutes
Total Time: 40 minutes
Author: Julia


  • 8 ounces rice noodles
  • 3 tablespoons coconut or olive oil
  • 1 bunch asparagus , trimmed and chopped into 1-½-inch pieces
  • 2 cups green beans chopped into 1-½-inch pieces
  • 3 cloves garlic minced
  • 4 cups loosely packed baby spinach
  • 1 14-ounce can full-fat coconut milk
  • 5 tablespoons green curry paste
  • 2/3 cup vegetable broth
  • sea salt

For serving:

  • Fresh mint or basil
  • Soft boiled eggs
  • Roasted peanuts chopped


  1. Cook rice noodles according to package instructions. Strain and set aside until ready to use.
  2. Heat the oil over medium-high in a large skillet. Add the asparagus and green beans and saute, stirring occasionally, until softened, about 8 to 10 minutes. Add the garlic and spinach, cover and cook until spinach has wilted, about 3 minutes.
  3. Add the coconut milk, vegetable broth, and green curry paste to a saucepan (to reduce cleanup, use the same pot you used to cook the noodles, and to save time, do this step while the veggies are cooking). Heat over medium-high until mixture is well combined and comes to a gentle boil. Remove from heat.
  4. Divide noodles and vegetables among 3 to 4 bowls. Pour green curry broth into bowls and serve with chopped roasted peanuts and soft boiled eggs.

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  1. Sarah @ Making Thyme for Health

    These pictures are so gorgeous! You’ve got some major yolk porn going on…it’s worthy of a centerfold and a cover. Gah!

    And that broth sounds ridiculously amazing. I love that you used coconut milk to make it creamy. So much goodness in one bowl!

  2. Ashley

    Woot for green curry!!! These noodles bowls are soooo right up my alley. And! I happen to have just about everything on hand to make these asap! That soft boiled egg … making me so hungry for dinner!!

  3. Izzy @ She Likes Food

    Spring vegetables are the best vegetables! Although, I probably say that about every season’s veggies, haha! But, seriously, spring vegetables are always so beautiful! And that egg just makes this dish magical looking 🙂

  4. Kate | HappyForks.com

    When asparagus appears on the stalls I can’t get enough. I can eat whole bunch simply roasted with a bit of olive oil, garlic, salt and pepper every second day. The best thing is that with 6 medium size spears you consume only 20 kcal and over 2 grams of fiber! There is only need to be careful about extras you eat it with!

  5. Joanne

    Cozy comfort food one day, light spring fare the next…yup that sounds like my dinner menus also lately lol. I really don’t make or eat enough green curry but this really does sound like a perfect spring meal!

  6. DavetteB

    How did you get your eggs so perfect?! You don’t know how many I’ve cooked trying to get them to look like that.
    Please share.

    1. Julia Post author

      Hi Davette! I cook them the same way you would hard boiled eggs, but for less time. I boil them in water for 6 minutes, then transfer them to an ice bath for at least 10 minutes so that they’re easy to peel. Hope this helps! Ejoy!


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