Japanese Vegan Ramen Bowl

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This classic Japanese dish is usually made with meat broth and ingredients but why not make use of the traditional use of miso and vegan friendly ramen noodles to create a vegan version?

A twist on the traditional yields a deliciously simple savoury breakfast, lunch or dinner.

I used forbidden rice ramen and genmai (brown rice) miso. But you could combine regular ramen and just about any miso or miso/veggie soup broth combination.

ingredients

1/2- 1 package of ramen of choice (forbidden rice ramen) (serves 1-2 people)

3 tsp miso paste (I used brown rice genmai miso but you could choose barley, soy bean etc)

Dash of tamari soy sauce

2 cups chopped fresh kale (add or swap veggies as you like)

salt and pepper to taste

method

  • Prepare ramen as per package directions *i like to add more water than the directions in order to have more broth
  • stir in miso and tamari and adjective to taste
  • stire in kale and allow to wilt
  • add salt and pepper
  • your done!

Serve in a big soup bowl with soup spoon and chopsticks.

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