Nikomi udon or miso nikomi udon 味噌煮込みうどん is a comfort miso soup with udon noodles served in both restaurants and at home in Japan. You can add any vegetables to make this miso soup. In the cold months, people enjoy this soup with winter vegetables like squash or pumpkins, which adds an extra creamy and sweetness to the soup.
Miso soup is a kitchen staple in Japan. Everywhere you go you will see people enjoying a bowl of miso soup for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Here, you will find the basic method for making your own miso soup. You can add any green or root vegetables and Clearspring Udon noodles to make it into a pot dish as well.
Create your simple homemade fresh Miso soup by following these simple steps.
This miso soup is a classic white miso soup using simple ingredients, tofu, wakame and spring onion. Add any vegetables of choice, or keep it simple with this recipe for a warm bowl of miso soup. White miso or Shiro miso is a young miso. It is commonly made using white rice and fermented for a short period of 3-6 months.
We have created a deliciously versatile and umami-rich Vegan Gravy recipe using our award-winning Organic Brown Rice Miso. You can drizzle it on everything from simple mashed potatoes to a hearty Sunday roast or festive dinners.
Cooling colourful summer rolls filled with your favourite vegetables and herbs, served with a miso satay style sauce are a light, fun and delicious dish. Assemble in advance or setup a summer roll “station” so everyone can make their own.
This Ice Cream uses only three ingredients: Coconut Milk, Rice Malt Syrup and White Miso. This combination works really well together in this unusual and exciting umami-rich ice cream and you don't need an ice cream maker to make this recipe at home.
Everyone loves noodles, so this is the kind of recipe I make for friends and family when they’re coming over. It looks beautiful – vibrant and green – and it tastes so fresh thanks to the mint and lime. It’s a great lunchbox option too; just take the dressing in a separate little pot and stir it together when you’re ready to eat.
This dish offers you a delicious way to add some organic greens and protein into your meal. You can replace the asparagus with any green vegetables, which you can steam or boil, if you prefer not to cook them in oil. A sprinkle of Clearspring’s Atlantic Sea Salad gives this dish an added depth of flavour.
Onigirazu is a Japanese sushi sandwich, おにぎらず. It is much easier to make than making sushi as there is no rolling involved. Onigirazu is a perfect picnic dish or to take with you for a packed lunch. You can make it for your kid's school lunches, to have at work or on the go lunches. You can change the filling to suit you, it doesn't have to be what's in this recipe.
"We made an amazing shredded jackfruit "pulled pork" burger with a mushroom and tofu based sauce. It's such an explosion of asian flavours." All the best, Dave & Steve. Lisa Dawson from Clearspring visited The Happy Pear in Ireland earlier this year to enjoy their early morning #SwimRise and to cook with them at Pearville kitchen. There they created this Umami rich burger. We hope you enjoy this recipe as much as we did making it.
Simple baking with this easy dessert recipe. By adding a hint of Miso brings out the sweetness and the umami flavour hiding in the coconut milk and the fresh apples. If you like your apples al dente, then take them out after 20min but if you want the soft mushy apples, leave it in the oven for an extra 10min. Although its best served hot, you can enjoy this dessert cold as well.
This umami rich dish can be enjoyed as a starter, side dish or a light dinner. It is very common in Japan to eat tofu straight out of the pack. The plain tofu goes perfectly with the miso dressing, use the extra sauce in other asian dishes.
Nowadays, ramen noodles are a staple in Japanese cuisine, from a quick lunch to casual dinners. Ramen can be changed in flavour by adding different vegetable toppings so you will never get bored of eating it. You can fry tofu, seitan or tempeh and add it on the top with a spicy sauce. We have a choice of miso and shoyu sauce base Ramen to choose from.
I love this hot, soothing miso soup as a pick-me up at any time of the day. Simply pop the ingredients in a tea cup, top up with hot water, done! Or, bring them to work portioned up and ready to go – perfect for meal prep. You can vary this recipe indefinitely, just include something a little spicy or acidic to lift the salty miso. I like a few spoons of oats in mine to make it a little more substantial, almost like rice!
Matcha is one of my favourite foods! I love its flavour and colour as well as its subtly uplifting effect. It tastes amazing in sweets so here I've used it as I would cacao to make indulgent little brownie bites. The oats give creaminess and make the bites lighter, rice malt syrup adds a slight chewiness and miso rounds everything off beautifully. Just as good popped into your bag or lunchbox to keep you going, or with a cup of tea.
This has to be one of my easiest but incredibly moreish recipes... a vegan, refined sugar free salted caramel sauce. Just blend all the ingredients together and you’re ready to eat or spread over a dessert... the challenge is to not just eat it all at once straight out of the bowl!