Mushroom and Miso Noodle Soup

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A balance of nature?

Spring bulb planting

A short satisfying simmer

Add a little green

Quick noodles

Mushroom and Miso Noodle Soup

  • 1 tbsp. extra virgin olive oil
  • 1 lb. assorted mushrooms, sliced
  • 1 yellow onion, sliced
  • 1 large carrot, diced
  • 2 cloves garlic, minced
  • 1 inch knob of ginger, grated
  • Freshly ground black pepper
  • 1 quart mushroom or vegetable stock
  • 1 cup fresh or frozen peas, thawed, or other veggie
  • 1 tbsp. dark miso
  • 4 to 8 oz. brown rice vermicelli noodles
8 November 2023. The leaves are mostly gone and it is a grey landscape, except for the roses!
9 November, same rose bed.

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52 Comments Add yours

  1. We do love a warm bowl of miso noodle soup! This one sounds and looks delicious!

    1. Thank you! It was so easy, and so tasty!

  2. That looks delicious and I love having peas in my soup!

    1. They are often that last little thing that makes the soup a little more interesting.

  3. Looks like a delicious and comforting soup.

    1. Thank you Jovina! It sure hit the spot!

  4. NativeNM says:

    I’m with you, I’m having a hard time starting dinner after dark. Making a bowl of your hearty brothy soup during the daytime and heating it up for dinner might be a better plan!

    1. It’s a perfect plan on my book!

  5. This looks so good it might clear up my skin issues! Absolutely fabulous. Printing…Hugs, C

    1. It might! Ginger is good for all kinds of things! I’m pretty sure I heard it was helpful for psoriasis. These things are always worth a try, especially if they are tasty!

  6. Chef Mimi says:

    This sounds wonderful! Love the ingredients.

    1. Thank you! Quick and warming!

  7. Eha says:

    Shall most certainly copy your soup with all the ingredients but am not so certain how I would do living out your way 🙂 !!! Absolutely love Summer Daylight Saving time but . . . at no time in the year does it get dark before 5pm here or be light after 7am. Balmy 55F? Yoicks . . . No one here would venture out until matters stood at least 10-15 your degrees warmer 🙂 !!!

    1. The darkness is the hardest.
      Yes, right now 55 is ‘Don’t bother to put on a fiat’ weather.
      Woke up to 2” of snow this morning. Need a coat.

  8. Hi, Dorothy – Once again you have combined some of my favourite ingredients into one simple recipe. And now is definitely soup season! <3

    1. I’m sure you’ll enjoy this one my friend!

  9. Dark at 4:30 pm! Yikes – and here I am complaining about it getting dark an hour later. I can’t say I hate Winter but the darkness is the one aspect that hits me hard. So bring on warming soups like yours! Ginger eh – always a winner. I bet this soup was just the ticket after all that gardening!

    1. It was perfect, even more so because it was quick!

  10. When I was back home in Europe I hated that at 4:30pm was dark already 😣 I hated it even more than the cold 😅
    A delicious soup for dark days 😉

    1. Thanks Rihana!
      I hate the dark more than the cold too!

  11. writinstuff says:

    Noodle soup makes any day better, especially if there are mushrooms. Looks cozy and delicious!

    1. Thank you! Cozy is a perfect word!

  12. Perfect recipe for a cold, rainy/snowy day like today. 🙂 It’s interesting how roses seem to perk right up once the temps start dropping. As for the recent time change, I wish they’d pick one and stick with it. I’ve gotten out a couple of strands of tiny white lights just to brighten up the evening. Too dark, too early. 🙂

    1. My roses are not so happy this morning; I woke up to a blanket of white!

  13. Mmmmm, sounds wonderful!

  14. lisinmayenne says:

    November roses, how beautiful. I’m not so keen on the snow, though! Your soup is just perfect for these gloomy, shortening days, the season of unapologetic comfort food has most definitely begun. 😊

    1. By the end of the day yesterday, it warmed up, rained some more, and took away the snow. The roses popped back out, hanging onto dear life!
      Back to the stove!

  15. Christy B says:

    Your roses are still going! We’ve had a few cold mornings here but overall pretty mild compared to last year at this time. This soup is yummy ~ I would devour it!

    1. Thank you!
      I can’t believe the ruses either! Up close, they look a little ratty, but they still lend their color to the yard. They bounced back after the snow melted!

  16. nancyc says:

    I love noodle soups and this sounds really good! Perfect for a chilly autumn day! 🙂

    1. It was really warming on a cold day!

  17. CarolCooks2 says:

    Noodle soup is very popular here …I love a good bowl of noodle soup yours sounds delicious 🙂

    1. Thank you Carol!
      How is your book coming?

  18. CarolCooks2 says:

    Very soon.. Fingers Crossed x

  19. Noodle soups are the best, I am going to try this one soon!

    1. I think you’ll like it! Easy too!

  20. Kevin says:

    I haven’t cooked with miso before, but this looks so good, I’m tempted to give it a try!

    1. I always have a jar in the refrigerator, my little secret flavor bomb that can liven things up. Sometimes, I even make miso soup out of it! 😂

  21. Carolyn Page says:

    I’ve locked and loaded this one, Dorothy. I luv the flavour of miso in so many dishes. This one is definitely a keeper!
    Here in Oz summer is with us one day (in spring), then it is quite cool. There’s no telling what the weather will bring. Even our Christmas bush, that normally has its bright red flowers by Christmas, is ablaze with colour – confusion all around us in nature!

    1. Nature has been extremely fickle this year!

  22. terrie gura says:

    I feel warmer just looking at this soup, Dorothy! Miso is an ingredient that I’ve only recently started to explore. I know it’s excellent for lending rich flavor to vegan dishes. So nice of your daughter to help you with all those bulbs. She’s a keeper! 🙂

    1. I don’t know why I kept procrastinating! It actually took precious little time, and we had fun planting them. I guess I just needed company!

  23. Judee says:

    Your soup is right up my alley ! It’s vegan, gluten-free and looks delicious! I’m always in the mood for soup !

    1. I make soup every week, a big batch, and we eat it for several meals. I’m sure you do the same thing!

  24. jjohn65293 says:

    Soup is always a favorite!

    1. And so warming this time of year!

  25. I see the post twice. Once with (this one) and once without the possibility to like and comment. The sun sets at 4:30pm here at the moment, too, which is one of the reasons why I ‘fled’ to the southern hemisphere for a couple of weeks.

    1. I know! The happiness engineers weren’t much help, said I should change my theme, which seems a bit complicated, especially since it hasn’t happened since , so I’m pretty sure it was another of their gremlins.
      I hope you got lots of sunshine!

  26. petespringerauthor says:

    Gosh, this looks delicious, especially on a nippy fall morning. Though my wife is the predominate cook in the family, OI like to mess around with soups. Perhaps I’ll surprise her with this one.

    1. It would be a lovely surprise!

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