Simple Miso Nori Soup

"This Japanese soup is simple, delicious, and low-calorie! It tastes just like the homemade miso soup at my favorite Japanese restaurant. This recipe can easily be doubled, halved, or made to any other size."
 
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photo by Nourished Homestead
Ready In:
15mins
Ingredients:
4
Yields:
4 bowls
Serves:
4
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ingredients

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directions

  • Pour the water into a 2-quart pot. Stir in the miso until it's no longer in chunks.
  • Bring to a simmer.
  • Tear the nori into pieces about 1.5" by 1.5", but don't be concerned if they're bigger or smaller than that. Add to the pot.
  • Dice the tofu until you like the size of the pieces. Add to the pot.
  • Best enjoyed immediately but keeps well in the fridge.

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Reviews

  1. lolablitz
    I was hoping this would be like the Japanese restaurants I've had, but I think it was missing the dashi. I couldn't find any without msg, but I think that is the key ingredient. I tried adding soy sauce but it wasn't the same.
     
  2. kufambrian
    This was alright, but you really need dashi stock for miso soup. I was planning on making some dashi for my miso soup, but I didn't have enough time, and since this recipe didn't need dashi stock, I thought it would be fine... but it really did not taste like real miso soup.
     
  3. Lady Foodologist
    Tastes just like in the restaurant and very calorie-wise! I used way more tofu and also through in a big handful of torn up spinach leaves along with the nori for some extra "green power"!
     
  4. Nourished Homestead
    I just love quick and easy recipes like this. I used way too much tofu in mine (I uploaded the picture), and just added a little msg and green onion. Turned out great.
     
  5. Gluten Free Berrys
    Great soup! Simple, quick and tasty! My whole family (including 2 toddlers) really liked it! I did not have tofu on hand so I just omitted it. I added 2 chopped green onions as well and some soy sauce (approximately 2 tsps). Thanks for a quick fix!
     
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