1 1/2 packed tablespoons (15g) of minced fresh ginger (don’t skimp!)
1 1/2 packed tablespoons (15g) of minced garlic
8 cups (1,920g) low-sodium vegetable broth, separated
3 tablespoons (54g) mellow white miso (I used Cold Mountain at Sprouts in the refrigerated section)
2 tablespoons (4g) dried parsley
1 tablespoon (15g) low-sodium soy sauce
3/4 teaspoon fine salt and 1/2 teaspoon black pepper
1 packed cup (110g) chopped green onions, separated
2 can of Palmini Linguine Noodles
Preservatives. I got both at Sprouts, Costco also sells them.)
Optional: toasted sesame seeds and hot sauce
Add only 1/2 cup (120g) of the broth to a large pot with the ginger and garlic over medium heat. Once it comes to a simmer, cook for 5 minutes until they are softened.
Meanwhile, add another 1/2 cup (120g) of the broth to a cup or small bowl with the miso. Use a small whisk or fork and stir well until it is all smooth and dissolved. This is important to do before adding to the pot since miso is hard to dissolve and you don’t want chunks.
Add the remaining 7 cups (1,680g) of broth to the pot, the miso/broth mixture, the parsley, soy sauce, salt, pepper and ONLY 1/2 cup (55g) of the green onions. Stir well and bring back to a simmer and cook for about 5 minutes until the green onions are softened.
Add the Palmini noodles and cook for just 3 minutes, pressing the noodles in and around the broth. Remove from the heat and let sit a few minutes before serving. It will be very hot and this allows the noodles to soften a bit more and the flavor to strengthen. Taste and if desired, add another drizzle of soy sauce if you want it saltier. We all found it to be perfect as is.
Add to serving bowls and top each with remaining green onions and toasted sesame seeds and for a kick, a drizzle of hot sauce, if desired!
Garnish as Desired