Dr. McDougall's Right Foods Vegan Pad Thai Noodle Soup, 2-Ounce Cups (Pack of 6)

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  • Case of six 2-ounce cups of dry soup mix (total of 12 ounces)
  • Made with rice noodles, carrot, green onions, and tofu
  • Vegan and gluten free; contains no cholesterol or saturated fat
  • Quick and nutritious individual servings; perfect for meals on the go
  • All-natural, heart-healthy foods from the renowned McDougall Program in Santa Rosa, California

Customer Reviews:

  • tastes horrible. ick!
    now, i love alot of the other dr. mcdougall's noodle cups, but this one is just bad. it doesn't taste like pad thai at all. it doesn't even taste good. i'm giving it two stars because, yes, it was simple to make and it's pretty healthy...other than that, i think i'm being very generous. try the Miso flavor! it's *much* better!...more info
  • It's own thing
    A tasty and satisfying attempt at Asian cuisine. Doesn't really taste anything like real Pad Thai, but is good nonetheless. A bit high in sodium for me, but if you generally like Asian noodle dishes (Pad Thai, Lo Mein, Chow Fun, etc.) you'll like this. ...more info
  • Great for vegans and celiacs!
    If you are looking for something that tastes like authentic pad thai, this isn't it. If you are a vegan or a celiac, you will probably enjoy this. One serving makes a large bowl of noodles. Great price too!...more info
  • Not Pad Thai
    I agree with other reviewers in that this is not pad thai. It is noodle soup, with a bit of lime. And it's OK. It's got some flavor, but there are better packaged soups out there....more info
  • heathier alternative to ramen cup o' soup.
    I really enjoy these cup of soups. They have high fiber content so they fill you up. They are tasty and they pack alot of nutritional punch. These soups help me fit meals and nutirition into my busy day. ...more info
  • Delicious! Wish I could give it 6 stars.
    My husband and I love pad thai so I thought I'd give this a try. Boy am I glad I did ... I cannot believe how good this is! The flavor is outstanding, just the right amount of spices and the noodles are delicious. We dump the whole flavor packet in the cup but the flavor packet is separate from the noodles, so you can control how much flavoring you put in. I am stunned that something that's healthy and vegan can taste this good. It's also very filling.

    It's easy to make: open the lid, then open the spice packet inside and pour that over the noodles, pour in boiling water to top, stir. Let it sit about 3 minutes and enjoy. ...more info
  • I was hoping
    The Black Bean Soup is very good so I was hoping I found another winner in the Pad Thai Noodle Soup. Not so. The fruit flavors and other flavors are a little too overpowering. The freeze dried vegetables give a startling contrast to the soft noodles that make me feel like something got into the cup that shouldn't be there. It does travel well and it is filling. But I won't buy this flavor again....more info
  • OK at Best
    Thin, not especially flavorful, and inconvenient to prepare. I can't understand the enthusiastic reviews for this product. I love Thai food and this was a disappointment....more info
  • Quick and Tasty
    I've been trying various Dr. McDougall's Right Foods soups over the past month, and this flavor is by far the best of the bunch. I have not had any issues with leakage from the bottom of the cup, but (as noted by the prior reviewer) the cups do get quite hot.
    There is a nice balance of flavors in this mix, and the size of the noodles makes it easy to eat without making a mess. I will definitely purchase more of this soup in the future....more info
  • Extremely bland and not remotely the flavor of Pad Thai
    I liked Dr. McDougall's split pea soup and his oatmeal, so I decided to try this.

    Oh man. I could not believe how disappointing this was. The ony PRO was that it was chock full of noodles. If you love rice noodles, the Asian style, this has oodles.

    But the flavor was lacking. So bland, it was like someone took the soup and watered it down and served noodles in saltyish water. It's called Pad Thai soup, but as a pad thai afficionado, I can't say I noticed any resemblance to pad thai--other than Asian noodles.

    If you like watery noodle soup, go for it.

    If you actually want a burst of Thai yumminess, this is not a soup I can recommend.

    Mir...more info