Ramen, pad Thai and lo mein never get old, but there are countless other noodle recipes out there that are just as satisfying—and simple to prepare. Whether you start with soba, rice, udon, egg or glass noodles, these dishes are guaranteed to satisfy. Read on for 23 easy Asian noodle recipes that we can’t get enough of, from shrimp glass noodle salad to 30-minute miso noodle soup.

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1. Stir Fried Beef and Asparagus with Flat Rice Noodles

Consider this recipe the most delicious way to use up neglected veggies. Sugar snap peas, snow peas, zucchini, green beans and kale are all fair game.

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2. 10-Minute Pad See Ew

This popular Thai dish couldn’t be easier to prepare. Whisk together a few pantry staples to create a sauce, stir fry veggies in hot oil, add noodles and eggs to the mix and boom—you’ve got dinner.

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3. Restorative Miso Noodle Soup

The probiotics are strong with this one. Unlike the uber-light miso soup you’re used to, this version is extra hearty, thanks to soba noodles, meaty mushrooms and wilted spinach.

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4. Lo Mein

You only need 25 minutes to whip up this takeout favorite on your own. The secret to the umami-laced sauce is toasted sesame oil and two types of soy sauce.

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5. Dan Dan Noodles

These spicy Sichuan noodles are coated in an intense sesame chile sauce loaded with Chinese chile paste and Sichuan pepper powder. Crown it with hoisin pork and sui mi ya cai (aka preserved mustard greens).

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6. Jajangmyeon

This Korean-Chinese noodle recipe calls for thick udon noodles and a silky, savory black bean sauce mixed with diced pork, zucchini and onions.

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7. Vietnamese Lemongrass Chicken Noodle Salad

Try this shirataki noodle dish once and you’ll make it for every summer picnic you ever host. It’s finished with nuoc cham, a Vietnamese fish sauce vinaigrette that’s often used for dipping.

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8. Garlic Sesame Noodles

Complete with tender flank steak, thin-sliced bell peppers, broccoli and a flourish of sesame seeds.

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9. Bun Rieu

This Vietnamese tomato and crab noodle soup boasts shrimp, pork shoulder and savory-sweet crab meatballs.

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10. Chow Mein Ramen Noodles

You only need 15 minutes to pull this beauty off—and that’s including prep time. Think veggies, chicken and instant ramen drenched in sweet-yet-zingy chow mein sauce.

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11. Yum Woon Sen with Shrimp

Count on this glass noodle salad to refresh your palate on a hot summer day. It’s finished with roasted peanuts, julienned veggies and lots of fresh herbs.

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12. Quick Ramen Noodle Stir Fry

Since it’s made with instant ramen noodles, ground beef and pantry staples, this recipe goes easy on the wallet.

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13. Cheung Fun Rice Noodle Rolls

This classic dim sum couldn’t be simpler to pull off, despite the recipe calling for making the rice noodle batter from scratch. (And while you could use a rice noodle maker, you can totally make them using a plate and a wide-rimmed sauté pan with a lid.)

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14. Laksa Noodle Soup

A Malaysian main that soothes the soul at first sip. The key is sautéing the laksa paste with garlic, ginger, chile and lemongrass for maximum flavor.

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15. Asian Chopped Salad with Crispy Chow Mein Noodles

It’s gluten-free, paleo and loaded with crunchy ingredients that’ll keep you coming back for more. We’re talking fried chow mein noodles, toasted almonds and all the fresh produce.

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16. Chicken Khao Soi

Sweet dreams are made of Thai coconut curry noodle soup. It’s fragrant and impeccably balanced, from the luscious coconut milk to the bold red curry paste to the zingy lime juice.

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17. Peanut-Free Pad Thai

Because your nut allergy shouldn’t stand between you and this 20-minute essential.

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18. Bibim Nengmyun

If you want to curb the spiciness of the buckwheat noodles tossed in hot pepper sauce, add a bit of honey to the mix (and top it with extra cucumbers).

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19. Wonton Noodle Soup

Either make the shrimp-pork wontons yourself, according to the recipe, or save time by using store-bought frozen wontons instead.

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20. Mayo Ramen

The secret to this tonkotsu copycat? Whisking the ramen’s seasoning packet, Kewpie mayo and a few pantry staples together, then combining it with the noodle water to create a thick, luxurious broth.

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21. Vietnamese Garlic Prawn Noodle Salad

The citrusy, garlicky vinaigrette would taste good on just about any salad you can imagine.

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22. Paleo Chicken Japchae with Korean Glass Noodles

If you’re on a low-carb diet, dangmyeon—also called Korean sweet potato noodles—are your new best friend.

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23. Chile Oil Garlic Noodles

Wide, flat rice noodles meet crushed peanuts and a homemade garlic chile oil for the books.

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