This Miso Ramen Recipe Cuts Out Unnecessary Salt and Additives

By: Misel Saban - Sep 16, 2015
References: sheknows & sheknows
Miso ramen soup is a great Japanese comfort food to enjoy but often the pre-packaged versions carry all sorts of fillers, additives, extra sodium and MSG that isn't good for the body to consume on a regular basis. This recipe teaches you how to make the iconic broth from scratch as well as the noodles if you're feeling extra ambitious.

To make the broth begin with fresh ingredients and spices such as garlic, onion ginger, miso paste, chili paste and sesame oil. Add in vegetable broth and let the mixture simmer. Once the broth is cooked you can customize the ramen bowl to suit your tastes and add in homemade or pre-cooked ramen noodles as well as homemade ramen eggs, sautéed pork cutlets and marinated bean sprouts that can all be whipped up at home with fresh, wholesome ingredients.