Learn how to make vegan miso soup at home with just 5 simple ingredients and 15 minutes. It’s packed with flavor and the perfect addition to a cozy dinner at home.
With just a few weeks left this winter, this Vegan Miso Soup is a must try. We promise you will absolutely fall in love with this recipe.
Miso soup has always been a favorite of mine when going out to eat growing up. If it was on the menu, you better believe I was going to order it. Finding a vegan-friendly miso soup at a traditional Japanese restaurant can sometimes be a challenge as many recipes include fish, which doesn’t make it suitable for vegans. Thankfully, this soup can easily be veganized by omitting the fish flakes.
This recipe is perfect to make in a large batch and portion out through the week or to serve to your family on one of these cold winter evenings. With just a handful of ingredients that can be found at almost any grocery store and 15 minutes of your time, you are well on your way to enjoying some delicious Miso Soup. Keep in mind that this is not a traditional miso soup recipe, but our quick interpretation of this dish!
To make the soup a bit more filling, we added some soba noodles (you can also use rice noodles if you are gluten-free) and some steamed curly kale. You can really add any additional vegetables or greens that you want, the miso soup makes the perfect base for a hearty soup recipe.
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9.5 oz. soba, cooked (you can opt for rice noodles if gluten-free)
In a medium pot, add in the water and vegetable broth and bring to a boil. Lower the heat to a simmer and add in the nori sheet. Simmer for 5 minutes.
While the nori simmers, prepare the miso. In a small bowl, add in the miso paste. Using a ladle, carefully scoop some of the hot water and broth mixture onto the miso. Whisk until very smooth and set aside.
Add the tofu and green onions into the pot and simmer for 5 additional minutes.
Then remove from heat, add miso mixture, and stir to combine.
Remove the pot from heat and add in the miso mixture along with the kale and noodles (if using).
Add a dash of tamari as desired and serve warm.
It is important to prepare the miso in a separate bowl to ensure that it doesn’t clump.
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