🍳 20 min
🔥 438 cal
✍️ by Olena Lastivka
Miso ramen is a traditional Japanese soup with noodles and a variety of other ingredients. The dish has countless variations and recipes. Broth, Chinese miso ramen noodles, and miso paste made from beans are the base of each miso ramen.
Miso ramen soup is generally healthy, but it depends on the ingredients and toppings you might add. For example, chicken broth and meat are healthier than pork options. You can also add vegetable broth and tofu to make healthy vegan miso ramen soup. Choose wholegrain wheat or rice noodles. Don't add to much oil or artificial flavors to your soup.
If you want to prepare homemade miso ramen broth, start with it. If you decide to stick with an easy recipe, begin with protein ingredients - boiling eggs and cooking meat. Then you can start preparing other ingredients: boiling noodles in a separate pot and frying vegetables, mushrooms, or other foods. Then mix ready ingredients in a frying pan and add toppings to your taste.
Miso soup has many variations as it has become a part of world cuisine. You can add everything you like to make a comforting dish for yourself. Traditional simple Asian toppings include pork, crispy seaweed, bonito flakes, baby corn, mushrooms, and ginger.
500 g (2 cup)
60 g (1 pieces)
30 g (0.3 cup)
70 g (1 cup)
70 g (3 tbsp)
Salt, Black pepper, White pepper, Green onions, Cooking Olive Oil, Soy sauce
Please follow the next steps:
Use a deep flying pen for cooking mushrooms, tofu, and celery. Add some cooking oil and wait till the pen gets hot.
Fry for approximately 5 minutes over medium heat till you see a little golden crust on their surface.
At the same time, heat water in another bowl to cook noodles. Once the water boils, add noodles and cook them for 3 minutes.
Lower the heat below the pen and add broth, soy sauce, and spices.
Stir the soup and gradually add miso paste. Then add noodles. Leave the soup for 5 minutes.
Use the noodle pot for cooking eggs. You need 5 minutes for them to get ready. Put them in cold water for 1 minute afterward.
Pour the miso ramen soup into bowls. Add peeled halved eggs and sprinkle with fresh green onion.
Spices can make your food taste better, and they contain only a few calories.
Use spray cooking oil when you fry food. This will help you to use less oil for cooking.
When you’re doing a broth for soup, choose bony parts of meat and cut off excess fat from the meat before you put it in a casserole.
Boiling, Sautéing, Frying, Slicing
Pot, Knife, Saucepan
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