I believe my family are Miso soup connoisseurs. I cannot tell you how often we are in a Japanese or Korean supermarket purchasing instant Miso Soup. We jumped at the chance to sample San-J’s new instant Miso and Wakame soups.
Instant Miso and Wakeme soups are gluten-free and make a great snack during any time of the day.
I did not sample the Wakame soup, but I did sample the white Miso soup. With easy prep time I was eating/drinking my soup in minutes. With my busy schedule, often times I am looking for something that is easy to prepare and has great health benefits. As for the soup itself, it tasted different than the instant Miso soups I have purchased in the past. It had a different, more of an acquired taste to it.
Miso Soup ingredients
Traditional miso soup starts with dashi, a fish stock base, which is brought to a boil. The heat is turned down to a soft simmer and then delicate miso paste is dissolved into the hot soup base. Tofu and wakame seaweed are added in to warm up and it’s ready to serve with a pinch of chopped green onions tossed on top. With San-J’s White Miso Soup, it’s easy to create a delicious steamy Miso Soup any time of the day. Link: http://www.san-j.com/product_
Wakame Soup Ingredients
Wakame Soup is based on Japan’s celebrated dried seaweed, cherished for its excellent nutritional value. San-J’s Wakame Soup combines tantalizing flavors from the sea and the earth, blending succulent ocean seaweed with savory shiitake mushrooms, sesame seeds and black pepper. The new Wakame recipe includes a dash of San-J’s 100% soy Tamari soy sauce. San-J’s new recipe is not only vegan, but is now certified as Gluten Free for the first time. Here is the link .
These are definitely easy soups to make.
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