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Cheap Vegetarian Recipes: Asian Noodle Soup for What Ails You
It never fails. Every summer, someone in my house gets a cold. We’ve tried every remedy, from chicken soup to over the counter medicines, but what works best is Cheap Vegetarian Recipes: Asian Noodle Soup. It has the old standby of broth, but it’s made better with a bit of miso paste. Shitake mushrooms are well known in Asia for their healing properties, and noodles, of course, make everything go down easier. Best of all, it takes 20 minutes from boiling to table for this wonderful soup to start doing it’s job!
Finding Ingredients for Cheap Vegetarian Reicpes: Asian Noodle Soup
Most everything in this soup can be purchased at your regular grocery store. Miso paste is usually found in the refrigerated section of an Asian grocery, and the dried seaweed in the dry goods aisles. The shitake mushrooms, tofu, noodles, and soy sauce can be find in your favorite grocery, or the Asian grocery. I try and do a one stop kind of shopping, but my miso paste and seaweed have lasted for several batches, so I don’t have to go back for those very often.
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- 1 gallon water
- ¼ C miso paste (red or white)
- 8 oz Shitake mushrooms, stems removed and discarded, tops sliced
- 6 cloves garlic
- ¼ C dried seaweed
- 1 pkg Chinese noodles
- soy sauce
- Heat the water in a large stockpot with the miso.
- When the water starts to steam, add the mushrooms and garlic. Let simmer 15 minutes.
- Add the seaweed and break up the noodles, then add
- Allow to cook another 5 minutes.
- Serve hot with soy sauce.
Cheap Vegetarian Recipes: Asian Noodle Soup for Any Day
While I love to serve Cheap Vegetarian Recipes: Asian Noodle Soup to my sick family, we also love it any time. It’s great in the summer as a quick dinner on cooler rainy nights, or as a quick lunch you can heat up at work.
1 gallon water
¼ C miso paste (red or white)
8 oz Shitake mushrooms, stems removed and discarded, tops sliced
6 cloves garlic
¼ C dried seaweed
1 pkg Chinese noodles
Heat the water in a large stockpot with the miso.
When the water starts to steam, add the mushrooms and garlic. Let simmer 15 minutes.
Add the seaweed and break up the noodles, then add
Allow to cook another 5 minutes.
Serve hot with soy sauce.
Next time you get the sniffles, make some Cheap Vegetarian Recipes: Asian Noodle Soup and get rid of that cold!