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Miso Ramen

Miso ramen is great for those cozy nights when you want a warm, healthy and quick meal.

Miso Ramen - Title of the Recipe

Prep Time

Prep Time:

10 Minutes

Cook Time:

15 Minutes

Total Time:

25 Minutes


  • Pot
  • Cutting board
  • Knife
Nutritional values
Nutrition Label of the Recipe. Value: 208 calories
Shopping List
  • Garlic
  • Ginger
  • Sesame oil
  • Sesame seeds
  • Chili paste
  • Miso paste
  • Vegetable soup base: 1.0 l
  • Salt
  • White pepper
  • Sugar
  • Sake
  • Button mushrooms: 100.0 g
  • Dry mushrooms: 3.0 g

Ingredients and Instructions


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Ramen noodles

Garlic: 1 tsp

Ginger: 0.5 tsp

Sesame oil: 1 tbsp

Sesame seeds: 1 tbsp

Chili paste: 1 tsp

Miso paste: 2 tbsp

Vegetable soup base: 1 l

Salt: 1 tsp

White pepper: 0.5 tsp

Sugar: 1 tbsp

Sake: 1 tbsp

Button mushrooms: 100 g

Dry mushrooms: 3 g

  1. Heat up sesame oil and quickly fry minced garlic, ginger and button mushrooms cut into pieces. Add miso paste, sugar, chili paste then mix.
  2. Add in sake, vegetable soup base, salt, pepper, dry mushrooms and sesame seeds.
  3. Let the soup simmer for about 10 minutes, and meanwhile prepare the noodles.
  4. Cook the noodles in water according to the instructions on the package.
  5. Add noodles to the ramen bowl and pour soup over them.
  6. Use any topping that you wish. Such as shallot, eggs, tofu, sesame seeds …


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  • You can also use pork or chicken instead of mushrooms. I prefer the vegetarian version of ramen, so I use mushrooms.
  • I use button and dried mushrooms. Dry mushrooms will add an excellent taste to the soup.
  • You can also strain the soup if you don’t want any pices in it.
  • Miso
  • Your soup will vary slightly in taste depending on which miso (soy paste) you use. They are all great. Try several ones and choose the one that suits you best. I usually use this one:
  • Chili paste
  • Is extremely spicy if you are not used to spicy food, so you may want to use less than stated in the recipe and add it as you go, according to taste.
  • Sake
  • Is Japanese wine that they use almost everywhere while cooking. In this recipe, sake adds umami and sweetness to the dish.
  • Noodles
  • You can use any ramen noodles. Do not salt the water for the noodles like you would for pasta, unless it’s written on the package. They usually cook really fast, they need about 3 - 4 minutes in boiling water.
  • Toppings
  • You can use any toppings. Usually hard-boiled eggs, meat or shallots are used …
  • I used crispy baked tofu and fried egg. Prepare the toppings a bit in advance so that the noodles do not get too soggy in the soup.
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