Miso Tasty! :)
Miso Tasty! 😊 I really love miso & it’s health benefits. It’s enzyme-rich, which is effective in detoxifying and eliminating toxins that are absorbed into the body through pollution, radioactivity, and artificial chemicals in our foods. It is high in antioxidants, and B vitamins. It is believed to stimulate digestion, increase energy, restore beneficial probiotics in the intestines, strengthen blood quality and immune system, reduces risk of cancer, and lowers LDL cholesterol.
Love making this soup! It’s one of my faves because it’s easy, quick, & healthy, which is what I’m all about!
Here is the full recipe:
1 qt broth: veggie, chicken, or beef
2 tbsp Miso paste
Kelp noodle – or any sort of ramen, rice noodle of your choice
Sprouts of any kind
Garlic powder, to taste
Start with 2 tbsp of miso paste, keep adding more and tasting it as you go if you prefer more saltiness. I usually do.
I like using kelp noodles because they have zero carbs. I really like the texture of them, they pick up the flavor nicely from the soup, and cook quickly. But you can get a rice noodle, or whichever sort of soup noodle you prefer.
If you’d like to add protein, cook beforehand and add into soup at step 7.
Pour broth into a pot.
Bring to a boil on high heat.
Lower to a simmer.
In a separate small bowl, combine miso paste with 1/3 cup of hot both. Mix well until miso is no longer chunky.
Add miso mixture into the simmering broth and stir. Let cook for 2-3 minutes. If you’re wanting to add more miso, repeat step 4 until you get the right flavor, but only add a little at a time because the soup can get over-salty very quickly.
Add garlic powder to soup to whatever level of garlic your taste buds can handle. I like to make sure I repel all vampires
Add noodles to soup. Let cook for 5 minutes. If you want mushrooms, now would be the time to add them as well.
Serve in a bowl. Add sprouts.