Miso noodles with soy beans

Miso noodles with soy beans

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I was recently talking to my daughter about it, sometimes you have to get to know tastes. There are certain things I never ate when I was younger and only really tasted them sometime in my twenties. By the way, I really eat a lot, and there is very little that I don't eat, so trying new flavors is no problem for me. For example, I only ate miso pasta much later in my life. You can simply buy this paste in the supermarket and use it to season your dish. And these miso noodles with soy beans have plenty of flavor and make a delicious plate of noodles. I drizzled some extra chili oil over it for some spice and enjoyed it.

Miso noodles with soy beans

Miso noodles with soy beans

In addition to the noodles, there is also plenty of vegetables in this dish. But it doesn't look like that because mushrooms and spinach both shrink when cooked! This way you have a big bag full of spinach and very little of it remains in the pan. Yet it really is there. The soy beans give a crunchy addition and I love them. You can use Udon noodles for it, but not too thick bucatini pasta is also fine.

Miso noodles with soy beans
Miso noodles with soy beans

Miso noodles with soy beans

A deliciously creamy noodle bowl with crispy soy beans!

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Hallway: Main dish
Kitchen: Eastern meets Western
Keyword: bucatini, cooking cream, soy beans, spinach
Preparation time: 10 minutes
Preparation time: 15 minutes
Total time: 25 minutes
Servings: 2 people
calories: 857kcal
Author: Francine
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  • 200 gram bucatini - (thick paste)
  • 150 gram soybeans
  • 150 gram spinach
  • 400 gram shiitake - cut into slices
  • 150 ml cooking cream
  • 1'' el miso paste
  • 1 el black sesame seed
  • 2 el chili oil
  • 2 toes Garlic - finely chopped
  • salt

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And this is how you make it:

  • Boil the bucatini in salted water.
  • Chop the garlic, cut the shiitakes and place the wok on the fire with the chili oil. Stir-fry the garlic and shiitakes and add the spinach and let it shrink.
  • Add the miso paste and cooking cream and mix well in the wok.
  • Drain the pasta and add to the wok and stir. Sprinkle the soy beans and black sesame seeds on top and spoon into the bowls.
  • Delicious bites!
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