Miso Soup Recipe in under 30 minutes

This Miso Soup recipe is seriously the fasted soup to make. You don’t even need pre-made broth to get a ton of flavor because the miso paste does it all for you. This miso soup is also great for freezing and saving for a rainy day.

When I don’t feel like cooking, but want something nourishing and easy, I will always make this miso soup recipe. You can also make it your own, by adding different vegetables and pairing it with another dish.

By using our One Pot Meal and flavor building techniques, you can make this miso soup recipe in under 30 minutes and with a ton of flavor!

If you’re not sure which miso paste to get, here is one that I’ve used and enjoy. (but, any one will work!)

 

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If you are feeling the soups this time of year, check out our Velvety Potato Leek Soup.

 

 

miso soup recipe
Miso Soup
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This Miso Soup recipe is seriously the fasted soup to make. You don't even need pre-made broth to get a ton of flavor because the miso paste does it all for you. This miso soup is also great for freezing and saving for a rainy day.
Servings Prep Time
6 people 20 minutes
Cook Time
15 minutes
Servings Prep Time
6 people 20 minutes
Cook Time
15 minutes
miso soup recipe
Miso Soup
Print Recipe
This Miso Soup recipe is seriously the fasted soup to make. You don't even need pre-made broth to get a ton of flavor because the miso paste does it all for you. This miso soup is also great for freezing and saving for a rainy day.
Servings Prep Time
6 people 20 minutes
Cook Time
15 minutes
Servings Prep Time
6 people 20 minutes
Cook Time
15 minutes
Ingredients
Soup Base
Salad Garnish
Servings: people
Instructions
  1. Sear mushrooms in a soup pot to brown. Do this in batches so that you do not crowd the pan & remove when finished.
  2. Add Onions, Garlic, Ginger and cook until soft
  3. Add approx. 4T of miso paste & add mushrooms back into the pot
  4. Add water (or stock) to fill the pot about half way. The amount of stock/water you add is dependent on the flavor you want. I recommend adding some, tasting & then adding more if you want the flavor a bit more diluted. Remember that you can always add more.
  5. Make a “salad” with the other veggies & herbs & season with salt & pepper & lime
  6. When serving, add salad first, then pour hot miso soup over salad in the bowl.
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