Celery and Wakame Miso Soup

This has a lovely hidden taste of ginger that will keep you warm!

Recipe By: KM (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/28)
Serves 2 Prep: 2 min Cook: 8 min

Ingredients

Hot water 500ml
Celery (including leaves) 100g
Dashi stock granules 1/3 tsp
Ginger slices 2
Miso (red or mixed) 35-40g
Dried wakame seaweed 1 tsp
Chilli powder as you like

Method

1
Use celery leaves to get a richer aroma. Rehydrate the wakame seaweed in hot or cold water. Slice the ginger to the size of a 10 pence piece then chop into needles.
2
Put the hot water in a pan to boil and add the dashi, wakame, ginger and stem part of the celery. After 1 minute add the celery leaves and turn down to medium heat. After 2 minutes add the miso dissolved in water.
3
Serve in bowl, cup or mug and sprinkle with the chilli powder if you like.

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Celery and Wakame Miso Soup

This has a lovely hidden taste of ginger that will keep you warm!

Recipe By: KM (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/28)

Serves 2

Prep: 2 min

Cook: 8 min

Ingredients

Hot water 500ml
Celery (including leaves) 100g
Dashi stock granules 1/3 tsp
Ginger slices 2
Miso (red or mixed) 35-40g
Dried wakame seaweed 1 tsp
Chilli powder as you like

Celery and Wakame Miso Soup

Recipe ID :2390 Posted on 08 FEB 2017

Serves 2

Prep 2min
Cook 8min
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This has a lovely hidden taste of ginger that will keep you warm!

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500ml
100g
1/3 tsp
2
35-40g
1 tsp
as you like

Method

Prep
2min
Cook
8min
1
Use celery leaves to get a richer aroma. Rehydrate the wakame seaweed in hot or cold water. Slice the ginger to the size of a 10 pence piece then chop into needles.
2
Put the hot water in a pan to boil and add the dashi, wakame, ginger and stem part of the celery. After 1 minute add the celery leaves and turn down to medium heat. After 2 minutes add the miso dissolved in water.
3
Serve in bowl, cup or mug and sprinkle with the chilli powder if you like.
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