How to make Miso Soup even healthier.
Do you know how to make Miso Soup? Let's get down to basics and take it from there!
Learn how to make Miso Soup with just a few ingredients and then add your very own twist to it. You can add whatever you wish to add in it, claim it yours and run with it.
Homemade Miso Soup with all the added goodies that you will not find in your local restaurant, making it your very own creation. Served in a beautiful vintage Japanese bowl from Japan with love and it's swoon time.
Here's how to make Miso Soup in very simple steps. It's really quick and easy so you can slurp a cup or a bowl of this deliciousness in no time.
Miso soup starts with a good quality Miso paste of course, which is actually a paste of salty fermented beans. The packaging can come in a box or a tub all goey, sticky and stuff.
This paste makes the soup real tasty. You can get them at supermarkets these days easily. Make sure you get the one that's organic though.
What's a Miso Soup without Miso? C'mon now... It's the absolute secret ingredient in this bowl of yum.
Organic Miso Paste
If you can't find them at your supermarket, you can easily order some of these Organic Miso Paste on well-trusted Amazon.
Basic Miso Soup Recipe
- 1 container of Tofu, cubed (Please use the silken type if possible.)
- 2 Tablespoons of Organic Miso paste (add more to taste)
- A handful of Spinach leaves or any green veggie available
- 1 crushed garlic
- 1 Diced onion (or green onion leaves)
- 1 teaspoon grated ginger
- Filtered Water about 4 cups (or depends on how many people you're serving it to)
You can even add carrots, pieces of squash or any left over scraps of veggie you like. It's your soup. Make it special!
In a sauce pan, put the filtered water in and add the crushed garlic, grated ginger, diced onion and the Miso Paste.
Bring it to a rolling boil and stir until the paste is all 'washed in' into the water making a delicious broth. Give it a taste and add some salt or soy sauce if necessary but just for a warning: Miso paste is already salty so be careful with your sodium!
Add the silken Tofu and the spinach last.
Beautiful Japanese bowl given to me as a gift from Japan with love.
Swoon worthy! Polished and spoon-licking good. This soup is a perfect pair for sandwiches. It can be eaten for breakfast too. Who gives the rule? Anything can be eaten for breakfast!
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