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Miso Mushroom Soup

Prepare time

10 minutes

Cooking time

15 minutes


6 people


For this soup I used;

1 large sliced ( not diced) red onion

1 very large organic carrot ???? cut finely into batons as the photo

2 cloves of garlic, finely sliced

3 Cm of ginger grated

2 tbsns organic miso ( add more to taste)

3 lime leaves

2 sticks lemongrass

10 - 12 brown mushrooms sliced ( shiitake mushrooms are little powerhouses as far as nutrient benefit goes and fab for this recipe)

Handful chopped coriander

2 tsps sesame seeds

Large handful bean sprouts

Glug Sesame oil

Dash of tamari

1 litre hot water

Juice of 2 limes

1 - chopped chilli ???? ( or teaspoon dried chilli)


1 tsp coconut nectar ( to taste)

(Optional prawns ???? for non vegan/ vegetarians- simply turn over in a pan 2 mins before you are due to serve up in a dash of sesame oil and squeeze of lime and add to the plate).

Pro Tips

I LOVE fusion food.I also love making up recipes from scratch and sometimes just throwing a set of ingredients I really fancy, together in a dish and seeing what happens!This is a Wagamama type soup or ramen using organic rice noodles.It is hot, sweet and sour at the same time! Also filling, nurturing and of course delicious while being simple to make and super quick!I encourage you as always to be flexible in your approach to cooking. Use recipes and ingredients only as guidance. That’s when the fun really begins ???? people


In a pan add a glug of sesame oil to which you then add the carrots, onion, garlic and ginger.

Turn over continuously for approx 3 minutes. Add the chilli, lemongrass, sesame seeds, and lime leaves and stir through again.

Take your Miso and add to the pan, stirring through the mixture well and immediately add the water bit by bit and keep stirring.

Next add your tamari, lime juices and coconut nectar.

It’s at this point I throw in the mushrooms- (we could have added with the onion etc initially but I prefer them to maintain their structure and not to allow them to become too soggy - but this is down to you and personal taste. )

Next add the bean sprouts which really need minimal cooking and then the noodles.

These should take a matter of minutes to cook through so keep trying them and don’t let them overcook.

Try the sauce to ensure it is both spicy, but refreshing and the citrus balanced with the rich saltiness of the tamari and miso.

Adjust if necessary and add more chilli to taste.

Serve immediately and top with copious amounts of fresh coriander!