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Easy Instant Miso soup breakfast

Delicious and easy and ready made for breakfast or a fast lunch
Course Breakfast
Cuisine Japanese
Keyword Breakfast, Dashi, Miso, miso soup
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 10 minutes
Total Time 15 minutes
Servings 1 people
Author Joost Nusselder
Cost $1


  • ½ cup rice
  • 2-3 cups water (160ml)
  • 2 tsp furikake mix
  • 4 pcs dried wakame
  • 1 instant miso package


  • First let’s take the rice and boil that. Just boil it like you normally would in a pan of water or in a rice steamer if you want. It usually takes around 8 minutes in boiling water and depends a little bit on the type of rice you’ll be using.
    Boil the rice
  • Now let’s take the 2 cups of water and start boiling it in a water boiler to pour over the miso packets in a minute.
    Boil 2 cups of water
  • In the meantime we’ll be adding the cooked rice to a bowl and add the furikake to it. Just a few scoops depending on your taste. I usually add 2-3 teaspoons of the mixture.
    Add furikake to the rice
  • Now take the two packages and the dried wakame and add them to a separate bowl. Just pour out the miso paste and there’s a lot of of miso in there so just squeeze it until you have all of it out of the package.
    Then take the other package which contains the dried ingredients for the miso soup. it can contain a little bit of dried wakame and also some dried spring onions and add that to the bowl.
  • I like to add my own wakame to it as well because that way you have some longer pieces of wakame because the dried wakame in the packages are really small pieces.
    Add extra wakame
  • Now just add the boiling water that we put in the water boiler earlier and mix it up a little with your chopsticks (or fork).
    Add boiling water to the miso