Boston had a snow storm, sorta… 9 inches of snow – okay that is a lot of snow, but hey- it is winter, what do you expect.
I love miso soup, it’s one of my favorite soups and I get it every time I go to a Japanese restaurant.
On the cold, snowy Boston evening, I made miso soup last night, it was extremely easy and tasted absolutely amazing! It is great as an appetizer or just by itself.
- 1/3 cup of firm or super firm tofu cut into cubes
- a package of wakame soup mix
- 4 cups of water
- 4 tablespoons of minute miso
- a handful or two of kale
- Bring the water and minute miso to a boil
- Add the wakame, kale, and tofu
- Continue to let the soup boil for 3 minutes
- Serve and Enjoy 🙂
Published by Rachel Abrams
Hi! My name is Rachel and I'm loving life living in Denver. Cooking is something that I've loved since I was little, I even helped make a cookbook for my elementary school when I was 10. Due to being lactose intolerant, I try to minimize the dairy in what I cook, and so I wanted to share those dishes with all of you! Cow milk is what is the worst for me, so some of these recipes will have goat cheese in them. Most dishes will be high protein, low carb, and very easy to make.
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