I’m introducing 3 easy miso soup recipes. I make miso soup at least 3 times a week! Miso is a probiotic so great for maintaining your guts condition! If you need something warming in the winter morning, try this miso soup recipes! There is 1 vegan miso soup option! I hope you will enjoy as much as I do! ————————————————– ———————————– 〇SOY CREAMY MISO SOUP 〇EGG AND CABBAGE MISO SOUP 〇PORK AND VEGETABLE MISO SOUP 〇Vegan vegetable mixed rice 〇DASHI guide 〇Japanese cooking beginner’s guide ———————————— ————————————————– —————— 🌞FOLLOW Miwa’s Japanese Kitchen 🌞 📺Please SUBSCRIBE: 🌎 My Blog: 🌝 My Facebook: 📷 My Instagram: 👧 My TripAdvisor: —— ————————————————– ————————————————– ———– ★About myself and my channel★ ↓ I was born in Japan and have grown up in Japan with a couple years oversea experiences. Having two very energetic boys( age 2 and 4) +working. As you can imagine, my life is hectically busy. I want my family and myself to have a healthy eating habits with deliciousness. In this video, I would like to focus on below things.・Seeking for deliciousness with Japanese mom’s twist ・Simple and easy recipes ・Vege heavy diet ・Introducing new useful way of Japanese condiments I’m looking forward to communicate with many of busy bees and food lovers like me. I’m also holding an ONLINE Japaneses cooking lesson in Tokyo! Please join MIWA’s Japanese Cooking Class to share the deliciousness and culture! To book the class↓ .





  1. Made the second one with poached eggs and rice!!
    Glad I added the eggs, my pork wasnt the best, I cant really find any small amounts here that are any good 🙁 but it was really tasty anyway! Gotta leave the egg in a bit less next time
    Thank you for your recipes! This one isn't the only one I've tried ♡

  2. I have only recently begun to make miso soup. I like to use granulated dashi. I have gently simmered sweet white onion until tender in the dashi then added in wakame, tomato and chopped green onion. Very tasty with Aka miso. I really enjoy your videos and your recipes are so easy to follow. Thank you.

  3. Inspired by you I just made some miso soup for breakfast with what I had in my fridge; I used carrot, celery, leek, onion, daikon, shitake, ginger, kobu dashi bonito powder, red miso, homemade vegetable stock and a little fresh basil, I cooked some wakame rice noodles to add as well. Not very traditional but I like to mix things up and use what's on hand. Luckily I had just been to a market where you can get a few asian ingredients. It tasted great, miso soup for breakfast from now on! I'd like to get a square pan to make eggs next. I live in Maine in the U.S., happy to have found your channel for quick healthy meal ideas, thank you Miwa