This is a bit more involved than the recipe above. The tofu is sauteed first with onion, garlic and ginger. Soy sauce, water and sherry are added, and carrots, spinach, and of course, miso. Very, very nice.
Since my last soup I make with miso. I have been having craving for it. Since I'm hungry now (an hour ago actually), I went to make myself a few bowls of miso soup to go with my over night garlic bread from pizza hut. <br><br>Anyways, the good thing about miso is you can cook it like instant noodle. Anytime you what to have it just get some paste, mix with water, dump in some ingredients and you have it! A bowl of piping hot delicious soup. You have to get it boil of course. It's so fast and easy.
I love MISO soup and learnt to make this after living in Japan for a while. This miso soup is really simple and a breeze to whip up on cold days! Try it!!! You can even add other ingredients such as tofu and shitake mushrooms!
This is a recipe my sister gave me to help build up my DD's immunity, and not get sick so often. Here's what she said about the ingredients: "Basically the miso, the seaweed and the shitakes are DEEP immune builders, the ginger, the cayenne, the scallions help remove excess heat from the body and get circulation going." The ingredients can be increased or decreased to your preference. This is just what I did.