Light Miso Noodle Soup!

I was feeling under the weather, and didn’t have the ingredients to made a good veggie broth. So, I went super simple and went for the miso paste in my fridge. Miso paste is not low in salt, but it does have plenty of health benefits. When you need something hot to soothe a sore throat and encourage you to drink fluids, this soup is perfect.

You need:

4-5 tbs miso paste

6 cups water

1/2 tsp pepper

1/8 tsp red pepper

1/4 tsp parsely

1/4 tsp kelp seasoning by braggs

2 dry servings of noodles (I used quinoa noodles)

1 cup each frozen edamame and corn
Add water and frozen veggies to the pot, and bring to a boil, add noodles of choice and boil for about 7 minutes until tender. Remove about a cup of hot water and out in a bowl. Add in spices and turn off heat. Stir miso into side bowl of hot water to dissolve, the. Add back into pot. Stir well and enjoy! 
Garnish with green onion recommended.
   
  

           

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