buttered miso-tomato soup with roasted garlic + togarashi (gf)

Buttered Miso-Tomato Soup with Roasted Garlic + Togarashi via thepigandquill.com

Buttered Miso-Tomato Soup with Roasted Garlic + Togarashi via thepigandquill.com
Do you guys know Sylvie from Gourmande in the Kitchen? I’m so honored to be pinch-hitting for her today so she can get some well-deserved R&R on the sunny beaches of Maui. I’m more than a little envious. It’s hardly been three months since we babymooned on that very island and I already miss the jungly black sand beaches. The unmarred white sand beaches. The mochiko chicken. YOU GUYS. The mochiko chicken. Happily, I’ve got something comin’ round the bend that’ll hopefully take the edge offa that craving, but we’ll save that for another post.

Today, we’re talking about scratching a different itch — one that originated after I slurped some of the most unique ramen I’ve ever sampled: tender, toothsome noodles swimming in a buttery miso broth infused with, of all things, bright tomatoes, garlic and parm. Yup, like, the cheese parm. And get this: it was suuuuuuurrrrr guuuuurrrrrrd.

So this soup pays, in at least a smallish way, homage to that super decadent, velvety marriage of tomatoes and miso, rounded out with lots of sweet, nutty garlic. It’s even finished with a pat of Kerrygold, because apparently I take things like buttery broth pretty literally. (Also: buttah makes everything bettah.) Oh yeah, and spicy stuff. Because fi-yah.

Head on over to Gourmande in the Kitchen for the full recipe — and be sure to poke around while you’re there. As the name of her blog implies, Sylvie is quite the gourmand, and there’s too much delicious stuff (I’m particularly smitten with these pecorino popovers, this yogurt semifreddo, and these coconut caramel bars) to ignore!

xoxo!
Em

Buttered Miso-Tomato Soup with Roasted Garlic + Togarashi via thepigandquill.com
Buttered Miso-Tomato Soup with Roasted Garlic + Togarashi via thepigandquill.com
Buttered Miso-Tomato Soup with Roasted Garlic + Togarashi via thepigandquill.com
Buttered Miso-Tomato Soup with Roasted Garlic + Togarashi via thepigandquill.com
Buttered Miso-Tomato Soup with Roasted Garlic + Togarashi via thepigandquill.com
Buttered Miso-Tomato Soup with Roasted Garlic + Togarashi via thepigandquill.com
Buttered Miso-Tomato Soup with Roasted Garlic + Togarashi via thepigandquill.com
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17 Comments on “buttered miso-tomato soup with roasted garlic + togarashi (gf)”

    1. Thanks Trish! Happy to provide you with whatever excuse you need to get more savory umaminess down the hatch! 🙂

    1. Yeppers — a two-in-one! Who doesn’t like miso soup? Who doesn’t like tomato soup? They’re undeniably delicious! 😉

  1. Oh Wow! This is a bowl full of love right there. That ramen sounds fabulous and reminds me of the most delicious pho I’ve ever had that was chicken pho in a tomato broth. I’ve tried to recreate it several times but have never gotten it right. Maybe you could take a whack at it?

    1. Holy pho’k, that sounds like such an awesome combo, Kate! Where’d you partake in this lovely bowl o’ bliss? I’d love to try to knock off something similar around these parts. 🙂

  2. Gimme all the soup!! (Oh, ok, I guess you can keep some for your baaaaaaby..) This looks SO GOOD! I’m a huge Gourmande in the Kitchen fan – what a killer pair!

    1. Silly girl – baby only needs, like, 90% of the soup. We will gladly share the rest with you! And thank you – Sylvie’s got such great content; it was an honor to play house over there! 🙂

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