Thai Curry Potsticker Ramen

I need to travel more often because the recipes I’ve been creating ever since I got home are FIRE! And I know that sounds full of myself, but I don’t care. I’m currently trying to smash the idea that we (mostly speaking for women) can’t be proud of themselves, proud of what they have done, and proud of who they are. So instead of trying to be “humble” or “modest” when I talk about myself, I’m going to speak how I feel. And I feel GOOD about this recipe. I recently found these gluten free chicken potstickers and I’ve fallen in love. They are absolutely FANTASTIC! Eat them with some dip, eat them as a meal or just a side dish, or dip those little suckers in some ramen. All I’ve been craving lately is ramen, but I’ve been let down, so I just decided to make my own with my own Thai spin to it. Next up…miso ramen. I LOVE RAMEN SO MUCH!

PaleOMG Thai Curry Potsticker Ramen

PaleOMG Thai Curry Potsticker Ramen

This dish is made with three important ingredients –

I also love to add my favorite curry paste, because curry paste flavor makes all the difference. AND chili crunch on top for add texture and flavor. If you’ve never head of chili crunch, you can find all kinds of different brands out there with different spice levels. The one I have linked is a super mild spice level, so if you prefer to light your face on fire, this one might not be for you. I like my ramen not too spicy and more packed with flavor such as lemongrass and lime leaves. Just a personal preference, but you can always add spicy chili crunch and sriracha to spice things up a bit. Or you can make the recipe as-is and let your tastebuds be tantalized. Just trust me.

PaleOMG Thai Curry Potsticker Ramen

PaleOMG Thai Curry Potsticker Ramen

I have even more fun recipes coming up…as long as I can find the time. I’m currently in crunch mode trying to finish up my Align Beginner 3x/week fitness program. The program launches on Friday October 22nd, which is next week, so I’m currently finishing up all the programming and all the filming. But I also have a quick trip to Phoenix next week and my mother-in-law in town this weekend. Do we just always feel busy for the rest of our lives or does it calm down someday? At this point, it only feels like it’s going to get busier, especially when we have kids. Will I be able to make potsticker ramen when that day comes? I sure hope so. Until then, I’m placing another grocery order and getting more of these potstickers delivered. Living my best life, no matter how busy it is.

PaleOMG Thai Curry Potsticker Ramen


Thai Curry Potsticker Ramen

  • Author: juli
  • Prep Time: 10 minutes
  • Cook Time: 35 minutes
  • Total Time: 45 minutes
  • Yield: 4-5 servings 1x




  1. Place a soup pot over medium heat. Add 1 tablespoon of avocado oil along with the onion and mushrooms and sauté for 5 minutes. Then add garlic cloves, mushroom powder, and salt and sauté for another 5 minutes.
  2. As the veggies are cooking, place a large nonstick pan over medium heat. Add 1 tablespoon of avocado oil along with 1/2 cup of water**. Place potstickers in the pan and cover. Cook for 8-12 minutes, or until the water has evaporated and the bottom of the potstickers are golden brown. Once cooked, remove from heat and set aside for later.
  3. While the potstickers cook, add broth, vinegar, curry paste, coconut milk, and lime leaves to the pot with the sautéed veggies. Mix to combined, place high on high, then bring to a low boil. Add the ramen noodles and cook for 6-8 minutes, using a fork or tongs to pull apart the noodles as they cook (check every 2 minutes or so). Once the noodles are al dente, remove from heat and remove to lime leave and discard. Lastly, add the spinach, gluten free soy, sauce and fish sauce. Mix together until spinach wilts.
  4. Add potstickers to the ramen to heat back through then garnish with green onions, cilantro, and chili crunch, before serving.


*You can always use just a normal chicken or beef bone broth, I just like the add flavor of the lemongrass for the ramen

**These directions may vary depending on the potstickers brand you use

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Oh, Hi! I’m Juli.

I’m a food hoarder. And a really bad dancer. If you don’t know me well, you will probably not understand my humor. Therefore, I apologize ahead of time. Thanks for listening to my ramblings of my ever-changing life and trusting my kitchen mishaps. Your trust in me is appreciated.


9 thoughts on “Thai Curry Potsticker Ramen”

  1. I love those potstickers. The eggrolls are also really good. I was not a fan of the breakfast pockets.

    I use them to make wonton soup. This recipe looks really good. Definitely on the list.

  2. This was excellent! Loved the chili crunch finish, but somehow forgot my green onions. The flavors in this are complex and comforting. Thank you for another excellent recipe. Will definitely keep this in rotation

  3. Wow, Juli! This came out so good! The flavors are incredible and I’m super glad I found the lime leaves and chili flakes.
    I think I might make the potstickers in the air fryer next time because they stuck to my pan.
    But still DELICIOUS. This is going in the weekly winter rotation!

  4. That was excellent! I forgot my green onions, but I liked the chili crunch finish. It is a complex dish with comforting flavors. I appreciate you sharing another great recipe. Definitely saving this one!

  5. This soup was SO good and flavorful! My kids even liked it! Will definitely be heading into the rotation.

  6. Made this and it was amazing and so flavourful! The only thing I would do differently next time is store the noodles separately as I found the leftovers soaked up a lot of the broth overnight!

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