Miso Ginger Ramen Soup

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Looking for your new quick, favorite ramen recipe to get you through these colder months? Well here it is! Made using Right Foods Miso Ramen Soup this beauty is ready in about 15 minutes. Paired with some corn, tofu, pickled onions, kale and bok choy. This recipe is hearty and satisfying!

We are in the soup months now! Well at least we should be…today was 85F in here in NY. But soup months are my favorite months. Some soups take a while to cook but we need quick and easy soups as well. I love using Right Foods soups and noodles for that purpose. They are great on their own but also great for things like this! Easy to add some extra veggies too and have a really awesome filling meal.

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Of course feel free to add whatever vegetables and toppings you like to your ramen. The possibilities are endless. I prefer to pack in lots of greens and tofu for some added protein. Also, take my word and try some pickled onions on your ramen so so good.

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I have been working with Right Foods for a long time and it is a company I truly believe in. Their products are vegan friendly, healthy and non-gmo. They make it easy to make healthy choices quicker. They have a whole range of noodles, soups, oats, quinoa salads and so many choices. A great alternative for busy college students or to keep at your desk at work.

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INGREDIENTS

2 units of Right Foods Miso Ramen
1 thumb of ginger, minced
1 clove of garlic, minced
3
 cups water
2 small heads of bok choy, chopped [60g]
1-2 handfuls of kale, chopped [20g]|
2/3 cup frozen corn [90g]
5 oz firm tofu
Green onions, sesame seeds and hot sauce for garnish

METHOD

  1. In a pot on low heat add the garlic, ginger and 1-2 flavor packets depending on how strong you want the taste to be. Toast on a low heat for 2-3 minutes to enhance the flavors.
  2. Add in the water, raise the heat and bring to a boil.
  3. Once boiling add the kale and noodles. Cook for 5-6 minutes.
  4. In a non-stick pan add the tofu and cook until golden brown.
  5. Once noodles have softened add in corn and bok choy. Cook for another 2-3 minutes.
  6. Plate it up and garnish with green onion, sesame seeds and hot sauce if you like.
    Makes 1 big serving or 2 smaller servings

 

*This recipe and post has been done in collaboration with Right Foods.

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