Miso soup is something that you love or hate, some people can’t stand the taste others find it delicious.
Miso soup is a great dish to do when you don’t have much time, and you need something healthy, nutritious, comforting, and warm.
I probably never did the same recipe twice, because I always play with the ingredients I have at home. I will share here a very easy and basic recipe, that you can use as a base and then adapt to your taste and ingredients in your cupboard!
Miso soup can be made in 10 minutes! so lets go..
(for 2 servings)
- 4 cups water
- 2 tablespoons miso paste
- 1 tablespoon dried seaweed (soaked in water) or 2 sheets of Nori
- 1/2 cup firm tofu, sliced or cubed
- 1cm piece of ginger (grated)
- 1 clove of garlic (finely sliced)
- 2 tablespoons chopped green onion
- 1 tsp soy sauce or a pinch of salt (optional)
Place the water in a medium sauce pan and bring to a low simmer. Add the grated ginger and garlic and simmer for 2 minutes. Stir in the miso paste, add the tofu and seaweed and simmer for one more minute ( you don’t want to boil the miso past). Turn the heat off, taste the soup and add more miso paste if necessary. Top with green onions and serve.
A sopa de Miso é algo que se ama ou se odeia, algumas pessoas não conseguem suportar o sabor enquanto outras acham-no delicioso. A sopa de miso é um ótimo prato para se fazer quando não se tem muito tempo, e se quer algo saudável, nutritivo, reconfortante e quente.
Eu provavelmente nunca fiz a mesma receita duas vezes, porque sempre acabo por usar o que tenho à mão em casa naquele momento. Hoje vou partilhar uma receita muito fácil e básica de sopa de miso, que podes usar como base e adaptar ao teu gosto e aos ingredientes que tens no armário! Porque essencial essencial é mesmo ter a pasta de miso 🙂
A sopa de Miso pode ser feita em 10 minutos! então vamos lá..
(para 2 porções)
- 4 canecas de água
- 2 colheres de sopa de miso
- 1 colher de sopa de algas secas (demolhadas em água) ou 2 folhas de Nori
- 1/2 caneca de tofu firme, cortada em fatias ou cubos
- 1cm de gengibre (ralado)
- 1 dente de alho picado
- 2 colheres de sopa de cebolinho (cortado ás rodelas)
- 1 colher de chá de molho de soja ou uma pitada de sal (opcional)
Colocar a água numa panela em lume médio/brando. Adicionar o gengibre ralado e o alho e cozinhar por 2 minutos. Acrescentar a pasta de miso e adicionar o tofu e as algas e deixar cozinhar por mais um minuto (não queremos que a agua esteja a borbulhar). Desligar o lume, provar a sopa e adicionar mais pasta de miso, se necessário. Adicionar o cebolinho e servir.
21 thoughts on “Easy Miso soup (sopa de Miso)”
I’m anxious to give this recipe a try. Thanks for posting.
Thanks great hope you enjoy it 😉
This really looks easy! I love miso soup!
Thank you! Let me know if you ever give them a go ? xx
Miso soup is good with sushi, thanks for your nice recipe :))
Thanks for living a comment Alex ?
Delicious! Just made it and am enjoying this very moment. Thank you! Will need to buy spring onions to top next time
thanks so much for your feedback is great to know that you tried the recipe and liked it 🙂 thanks again Ana xx
Totally agree with you. I have only learn to cook miso soup in the last year, but it’s fantastic when you want something quick, tasty and comforting.
Love it! Thanks for the recipe.
I actually kind of liked Miso soup. Thanks for this great recipe!
hope you give it a go 🙂 thanks for passing by!
This is something I enjoy eating at Japanese restaurants, but have never thought about cooking at home. Will have to try it out. Thanks 🙂
you will be so surprised how easy and quick it is!! 😉 If you end up trying it let me know how it goes!
Thank you for this recipe! I intend to try it out tomorrow. I’ve traditionally not enjoyed miso soup, but my tastes have changed over the years, and as it’s getting cold here in the UK (and I happen to have the ingredients to hand), I’m hoping it’ll be something I can add to my repertoire. Just hoping the sushi nori I have in the house is vegan friendly, I can’t imagine there will be anything in there that’s animal product but need to check.
glad you tried it out 🙂
mmm I’ll have to try this now that it’s getting so cold outside!
thanks Mitiele, this weather really asks for comfort warm food 🙂