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When life gets crazy, it can sometimes be difficult to remember to eat healthily. I’m no stranger to this! I’ve been working my little socks off recently to turn this hobby into a business, but in doing so, I can’t say I’ve given all of my meals the priority they deserve.
Fueling your body with nutritious food is super important during busy times, especially if stress is a factor.
So, I’ve been trying to come up with a few super quick go-to meals to keep me going and this five minute dumpling soup has been a lifesaver!
- 400 ml hot water
- 1 sachet instant miso soup or 1.5 Tbsp white miso paste
- 6-8 frozen dumplings
- 1 cup frozen cabbage or any frozen veggies
- 1/2 cup chopped carrots (I used pre-cut) or any other veg you have to hand
- 1 spring onion (optional)
- 1 red chilli (optional)
- 1 tsp dulse flakes or 1/2 sheet of nori, chopped (optional)
- Heat the water in a saucepan until it is simmering and add the instant miso soup (or miso paste).
- Add the dumpings, cabbage and carrot (or veg of your choice) to the pan and pop a lid on it to bring the broth back to a simmer quickly.
- Cook for four minutes (or however long your frozen dumplings need - check the packet).
- While the soup cooks, chop your spring onion and red chilli.
- After three minutes of cooking time, add 3/4 of your chopped spring onion and chilli to the pan.
- Serve with the remaining onion and chilli on top, and a sprinkle of dulse (or the chopped nori sheet)