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Easy miso ramen

A ramen soup with a miso and soy sauce flavored broth, served with assorted toppings.


1 pk ramen (8 oz pack )
1 ds garlic (or to taste, peeled and grated)
1 t ginger (freshly grated ginger)
2 t tamari
2 T miso (red miso paste)
1 T nori (or wakame, shredded)
1 pn chili powder (optative)
1 pt water (boiling water for the broth, more to cook the ramen)
6 onion (spring onions, thinly sliced)


Heat plenty of water in a pot and add the ramen noodles when it comes to a boil. Wait for the water to return to a boil, turn off the heat, and wait 6 minutes until they are soft. Drain them, rinsing with cold water, and put them back in the pot.

Heat the water in a saucepan until it reaches the boiling point. Add the garlic, grated ginger, and soy sauce, if using. Let them boil for 3-5 minutes. Strain the broth.

Mix the miso paste, seaweed, and ground chili, if using, with the strained broth. Stir to mix the miso paste well. Pour this broth over the cooked ramen.

Distribute the soup into individual bowls, sprinkle sesame oil and green onions on top. 

Add other toppings as desired and serve the ramen hot.

Total time
30 minutes
Cooking time
Preparation time
4 servings


Vegetable, meat or fish broth can be used instead of water.

Almost anything can be used as a topping. try:

  • Boiled eggs, peeled and cut in half.
  • Baby spinach.
  • Sesame seeds, white or black.
  • Strips of cooked meat.
  • Cooked prawns.
  • Sweet corn.
  • Chiles cut into strips.
  • Bean sprouts
  • Sautéed mushrooms or vegetables
  • Tofu


Ramen is a type of wheat noodles.

Japanese cuisine

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