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Spicy Miso and Mushroom Ramen

Spicy Miso and Mushroom Ramen

Spicy Miso and Mushroom Ramen, an outstanding as well as distinguished noodle-soup dish, is a national obsession in Japan. Though the dish was originally imported from China, it has been widely popular in Japan in the recent decades. The intense savour along with the scalding slurp of the dish is certainly enough to explain why this dish has become vastly famous in the region. Now it claims to be the part of the 21st century food culture of Japan and is approaching to be a global cult.

The dish is, however, lighter than the traditional Japanese ramen, made with shiitake mushrooms and miso to go along with the tasty noodles. For this reason, it’s a hit amongst the vegetarians. By the way, it is a widely nutritious dish including rich amounts of vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin B6, vitamin K, Copper and Manganese. So you shouldn’t wait any more to taste the dish as you are already longing for it.

So put your chef hat on, prepare the recipe, and share the charming experience of this global cult! Thoughts go something like ‘Miso happy to see you!’ And without further ado, let us introduce to you, our Spicy Miso and Mushroom Ramen…

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Spicy Miso and Mushroom Ramen
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  • Serves

    2-3

  • Prep

    1 hr

  • Cook

    15 mins

  • Total Time

    1 hr 15 mins

  • Dietary

    DF, GF, VEG, V

  • PER SERVING

  • Calories

    138.71kcal

  • Protein

    5.46g

  • Carbohydrates

    21.25g

  • Fats

    2.97g

  • Saturated Fats

    0.52g

  • Monounsaturated Fats

    0.87g

  • Polyunsaturated Fats

    1.02g

  • Water

    429.70ml

  • Cholesterol

    0.01mg

  • Sodium

    783.95mg

  • Potassium

    435.22mg

  • Fibre

    3.14g

  • Sugar

    2.91g

  • Vitamin A

    562.65mcg

  • Vitamin C

    21.55mg

  • Vitamin D

    0.46mcg

  • Calcium

    81.08mg

  • Iron

    1.46mg

  • Vitamin B6

    0.30mg

  • Vitamin B12

    0mcg

  • Vitamin E

    0.38mg

  • Vitamin K

    32.71mcg

  • Magnesium

    44.40mg

  • Phosphorus

    86.71mg

  • Zinc

    1.26mg

  • Copper

    0.70mg

  • Manganese

    0.51mg

  • Selenium

    6.15mcg

  • Thiamine

    0.13mg

  • Riboflavin

    0.22mg

  • Niacin

    2.54mg

  • Pantothenic Acid

    0.11mg

  • Choline

    30.34mg

  • Folate

    65.15mcg

Ingredients:

  • 1 litre/1 quart water
  • 15 g/0.5oz sliced ginger
  • 15/0.5oz spring onions, cut into 2” segments
  • 35g/1.25oz dried shiitake mushrooms
  • 35g/1.25oz brown miso paste
  • 15g/0.5oz chilli paste
  • 100g/3.5oz Gluten-free dried soba noodles
  • 120g/4.25oz bokchoy
  • 1 red chilli, chopped
  • 1 tsp. sesame oil

Method:

  1. Soak shiitake mushrooms in a 250ml/0.25quarts of cold water until soft, for around an hour.
  2. Drain the shiitake mushrooms and slice into strips, saving the soaking liquid.
  3. Bring 750ml/0.75quarts water, ginger slices, and spring onions to a boil. Simmer for 5 minutes.
  4. Add shiitake slices, mushroom soaking liquid, miso, and chilli paste. Simmer for 2-3 minutes.
  5. Add bok choy and simmer for a minute.
  6. Brush serving bowls with sesame oil.
  7. Distribute cooked soba into each serving bowl. Top with shiitake slices, bok choy, and chopped red chilli.
  8. Ladle hot broth into each bowl.

Dairy-free, Dinner, Gluten-free, Lunch, Mains, Nut-free, Recipes, Vegan, Vegetarian

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