The Minimalist Baker blog put together a recipe for a ramen soup that is made from mushroom broth, crispy tofu and miso-roasted veggies. Although ramen soup is a quick and delicious dish, it is often made with a chicken or pork-based broth. The meat in the broth makes this tasty dish largely inaccessible for those who adhere to a vegan or vegetarian diet.
This recipe provides a vegan-friendly option for making ramen soup at home. Instead of a meat-based stock, the base of this soup is made from mushroom broth. The rest of the dish is also meat-free, swapping pieces of pork for crispy tofu instead. The whole dish is then topped with a serving of miso-roasted veggies which give the soup an earthy taste. This vegan-friendly dish is the perfect way to warm up on a chilly autumn day and is a healthier version of the traditional Asian dish.
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This Vegan Dish is Made with Mushroom Broth and Miso-Roasted Veggies
- By: Katherine PendrillSep 10, 2015