Kevin's Natural Foods

General Tso’s Chicken Ramen

Served hot or cold, General Tao’s Chicken Ramen is receiving a lot of fan mail! No wonder; General Tao’s sauce is soy free yet packed with umami and a kiss of heat! Add your favorite Asian ramen toppings and dinner is served.

Prep Time 10 Minutes
Cook Time 5 Minutes
Serves 3-4 Servings
This Recipe Uses

Kevin's General Tso's Chicken Entrée


Kevin’s Natural Foods General Tso’s Chicken
1/2 tbsp avocado oil
4 cups shredded Napa Cabbage or Lettuce
4 cups cooked ramen, spiralized vegetables, or preferred ramen substitute
1/3 cup minced basil leaves
1/3 cup minced mint leaves
1/4 cup chopped scallions
1/4 toasted almond slivers, optional
1/2 cup sliced cucumbers
1/3 cup sliced watermelon radish or radishes of choice


  • 1

    Prepare Kevin’s General Tao’s Chicken. Heat skillet over MEDIUM-HIGH for 1 minute and add 1/2 tbsp preferred cooking oil. Break chicken strips apart by massaging the chicken pouch before opening. Cut open pouch, thoroughly drain chicken broth, and discard.

    Note: We suggest preparing your noodles first so that the chicken can be eaten immediately after cooking! Spiralized vegetable noodles are a perfect grain-free substitution for ramen noodles.

  • 2

    Add chicken to a hot skillet. Cook the chicken, on MEDIUM-HIGH, for 1 minute without stirring. Add ramen or spiralized vegetables, and stir occasionally, for 1 minute, or until vegetables are desired doneness. Simmer on LOW for 30 seconds and serve.

  • 3

    To serve, fill a salad bowl with shredded lettuce. Top with chicken, ramen, cucumbers, basil, mint, scallions, and almonds. Garnish with radishes and cucumbers.

    *Change it up: Keto-friendly toppings include sautéd mushrooms, mini and shishitos peppers, bok choy, spinach, hard-boiled eggs, and sesame seeds. *Nifty Mock Noodles! Have you tried asparagus for an udon noodle substitute? Use a vegetable peeler to shave lengthwise strips of asparagus. Stir into chicken during the last 30 seconds of cooking.

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