Miso Kimchi Ramen

What is Miso?

Miso (味噌) is a Japanese fermented soybean paste. It is produced by mixing soybeans with a rice (or barley) based koji starter. As that mixture ferments it produces a a salty, earthy, funky and umami flavor.

What is Kimchi?

Kimchi (김치) is Korean salted, spiced and fermented vegetables. While napa cabbage is the most well known kimchi ingredient, there are a ton of variants. Cucumber, scallions, daikon radish and burdock root are just a few.


Canned Corn  Sprouts Ramen Noodles Kimchi Gochugaru Oyster Sauce Awase Miso Paste Vegetable Broth Scallions Garlic Cloves


Cook oil, garlic, and scallions. Add the broth, miso paste, oyster sauce, gochugaru, and kimchi, and bring to a boil. Pour the kimchi soup over the noodles and top with bean sprouts and corn.




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