Protein-rich noodle soup that you can whip up in no time. Add all the ingredients in a portable container and just add water and egg when you are ready to eat.

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Ingredients

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Original recipe yields 1 servings
The ingredient list now reflects the servings specified

Directions

  • Combine rice noodles, chicken, bok choy, carrot, green onion, dashi, nutritional yeast, ginger, black pepper, white pepper, and red pepper flakes in a large, portable bowl with a lid.

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  • Combine tamari, sesame oil, and miso paste in a small, portable container. Cover and shake until combined.

  • Add hot water to the noodle bowl when ready to eat. Push aside the noodles and crack egg into the middle, stirring constantly with chopsticks. Close lid and let sit until noodles soften, about 3 minutes. Remove the cover and pour in tamari mixture.

Nutrition Facts

603 calories; 18.9 g total fat; 230 mg cholesterol; 1288 mg sodium. 71.4 g carbohydrates; 35.9 g protein; Full Nutrition

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Rating: 5 stars
10/26/2018
I happened to have the dashi broth powder and miso paste on hand (that I had bought to make miso soup also on this site) so when I saw that this recipe that also used those ingredients I knew I had to make it! I was happy to find the nutritional yeast in the bulk section of Whole Foods and bought only a little bit as it's not something that I've used before and wasn't sure if I'd like it! I scaled this to 3 servings. I also pre-cooked my rice noodles for a bit as the type I was using said to boil for 6 minutes so I wanted to be sure they were cooked. I added the dashi broth powder to the boiling water while still on the stove and whisked in the eggs while it was still boiling then poured the broth over the noodles and veggies in the bowls. My husband and I both loved this! I was in such a hurry to take a picture before it got cold that I ALMOST forgot to add the soy sauce/miso paste/sesame oil mixture on top! Will be making this one again! Thanks Buckwheat Queen! Read More
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Rating: 5 stars
10/26/2018
I happened to have the dashi broth powder and miso paste on hand (that I had bought to make miso soup also on this site) so when I saw that this recipe that also used those ingredients I knew I had to make it! I was happy to find the nutritional yeast in the bulk section of Whole Foods and bought only a little bit as it's not something that I've used before and wasn't sure if I'd like it! I scaled this to 3 servings. I also pre-cooked my rice noodles for a bit as the type I was using said to boil for 6 minutes so I wanted to be sure they were cooked. I added the dashi broth powder to the boiling water while still on the stove and whisked in the eggs while it was still boiling then poured the broth over the noodles and veggies in the bowls. My husband and I both loved this! I was in such a hurry to take a picture before it got cold that I ALMOST forgot to add the soy sauce/miso paste/sesame oil mixture on top! Will be making this one again! Thanks Buckwheat Queen! Read More
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Rating: 5 stars
10/26/2018
I happened to have the dashi broth powder and miso paste on hand (that I had bought to make miso soup also on this site) so when I saw that this recipe that also used those ingredients I knew I had to make it! I was happy to find the nutritional yeast in the bulk section of Whole Foods and bought only a little bit as it's not something that I've used before and wasn't sure if I'd like it! I scaled this to 3 servings. I also pre-cooked my rice noodles for a bit as the type I was using said to boil for 6 minutes so I wanted to be sure they were cooked. I added the dashi broth powder to the boiling water while still on the stove and whisked in the eggs while it was still boiling then poured the broth over the noodles and veggies in the bowls. My husband and I both loved this! I was in such a hurry to take a picture before it got cold that I ALMOST forgot to add the soy sauce/miso paste/sesame oil mixture on top! Will be making this one again! Thanks Buckwheat Queen! Read More
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Rating: 5 stars
08/11/2018
This is fantastic. If miso and nutritional flakes are not things you normally have on hand it's worth changing that just to be able to whip this up on demand. Great use for leftover chicken. Read More
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Rating: 5 stars
04/18/2018
I Quadrupled the recipe and made it in a big bowl. Used chicken broth and miso paste concentrate. Loved it! Thanks for the recipe! Read More