This is the quickest easiest miso noodles you’ll ever make! Totally healthy. Superbly delicious. Fast and perfect anytime!
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Miso Noodles Recipe
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Miso Noodles Soup
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Japanese Miso Noodles
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Noodle bowls are quick and easy, plus delicious! Here’s my beef noodle bowl that’s full of tasty beef, mushrooms and greens!
Miso Broth Recipe
I’m using miso bone broth for this recipe. And, from there, it’s a no brainer.
This soup is perfect for a pick me up. Quick tummy warmer when you get the hungries. And, it’s adaptable to your likes. I mean if you don’t have bokchoy, not to worry. Throw in some frozen peas!
This miso broth has 10 grams of protein for serving. So with the healthy ingredients of the bokchoy, fresh basil and green onions, Pop and I are getting a healthy snack.
Spicy Miso Noodles
It’s easy to spice up, as in heat spicy, this recipe. Just add your favorite hot sauce or red chili flakes. Yep, it’s that easy.
Miso Soup with Noodles
I used rice noodles that cook quickly in the hot miso liquid, covered, which I heated on the stovetop in a saucepan. If you find that your noodles aren’t as tender as you wish, then, simply cover and microwave on high for about 60 to 90 seconds. You can also throw the noodles in the saucepan with the hot liquid.
Easy Vegetarian Soup
If you’re looking for an easy quick vegetarian soup, then this will work. And, if you’re the kind of vegetarian who does eat eggs, well then, you must check out my failsafe soft boiled egg recipe! It’s magic. Yes, it works. Just follow the yellow brick road!
Vegetarian Miso Soup with Noodles
Now Pop and I both love delicious noodle soups, and if you’re looking for more ideas, well, here are some of our favorites: Asian Ramen Noodles, Easy Thai Curry Noodles, Asian Beef Noodles, and the twins’ Budda Noodles!
- 1 box (16.9 oz.) Kettle & Fire Miso Bone Broth
- 6-8 oz. rice noodles, thin, angel hair type
- 1 tsp. fresh ginger, sliced or grated
- 2 cups baby bokchoy, sliced and chopped
- 1/3 cup fresh basil leaves, packed
- 1/4 cup green onions, thinly sliced
- 2 soft boiled eggs, optional
- Put the miso bone broth in a medium size sauce pan over medium heat. Let it get super hot.
- Put the rice noodles and ginger in a large mixing bowl (microwaveable safe). Shred the noodles somewhat.
- Pour the very hot broth other noodles. Cover with a plate or bowl for about 2 minutes. Use tongs to separate the thin cooked rice noodles.
- Add the bokchoy, basil and green onions. Mix. Cover and let the soup sit another about 3-5 minutes. You may want to put in the microwave and reheat about 60-90 seconds on High.
- Serve immediately with a sliced soft boiled egg on top (optional).
The noodles can be put in the saucepan (if larger enough), then add the remaining ingredients. Cover and let the rice noodles soften and everything 'steep' in the hot bone broth.
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