Comfort Food!

This is one of my all-time favourite foods to eat at the minute. It is by no means a real ramen, it is more of a mix of what I like in a healthy soup!

It is perfect for a winter evening though, or a grief day where you simply want to tuck into some heart-warming food.

I’m not a chef! I just love messing around in the kitchen.

You will need:

Miso Soup (I use this brand)

Prawns (I like it the best with King Prawns)

An Egg

One spring onion

Sea weed

Sweet potatoes

Soy sauce

Teriyaki Sauce

Egg noodles OR rice noodles

Vegetables of your choice


  • Preheat the oven at 200 degrees Celsius.
  • Prep your sweet potato, place in a baking tray with oil, salt and pepper. Set a timer for 20 minutes. Chop your spring onion, and with the top, dark green section, cut it into long strips, before cutting the white part of the onion stalk into small circles. Place the long strips to one side.
  • Start to stir fry your veg (Any that you fancy!) in soy sauce, or if you want teriyaki sauce. Move to the side.
  • If you are using King prawns, fry in teriyaki sauce for 3 mins on each side, on a medium heat. Move to the side.
  • Put your egg onto boil, only for a short amount of time (3 minutes is a good amount) as we want the yolk to be runny.
  • Put your noodles on to boil.
  • In an empty bowl, empty your miso soup satchet, and add a splash of teriyaki, or soy sauce. You can even add chilli oil if you like a spicier soup!
  • Add your noodles, veg, prawns and sweet potato (when they are done), to the bowl, and add freshly boiled water.
  • With chopsticks, or a fork, gently mix the food together to allow the miso soup to mix with the water and all the other flavours.
  • Cut your egg in two and allow to sit on top of the noodles.
  • Add your seaweed to the side of the bowl, and the long strips of spring onion.

In the picture, it is obvious that I forgot a few items! But the best thing about this is you can add or take away anything you like or don’t like! This is a very forgiving recipe really. I’m pescatarian now, but there’s so many amazing meat options out there as well!

Have a lovely day,

Evee x

14 thoughts on “Comfort Food!

  1. Abubaker Jandan – مدونة عامة أكتب فيها عن كافة القضايا والمواضيع الإجتماعية والسياسية والرياضية والفنية والإقتصادية .وكل ما هو يتعلق في عالم التقنية والمعلومات والتاريخ والشعر والمسرح والدين. A general blog in which I write about all social, political, sports, artistic and economic issues and topics and everything related to the world of technology, information, history, poetry, .theater and religion
    Abubaker Jandan says:

    A beautiful post thank you so much

  2. LaDonna Remy – United States – I am a trauma and attachment therapist, who works in a private practice setting. My passion is in exploring and supporting exploration of the human condition. I love writing, reading, learning, exploring nature, and spending time in connection with those I love. My blog, Perspective on Trauma. shares thoughts on a variety of topics including social justice, emotional well-being, trauma and attachment, grief and loss, and moving forward. I am hopeful you will find something that speaks to you here. I welcome your thoughts and comments.
    LaDonna Remy says:

    This looks delicious.

  3. Gibberish – smiling through adversities is my mantra. plethora of emotions. love solitude. like the sound of my own thoughts. love rom coms and good reads. travel to heal. and so so much more.
    Gibberish says:

    Looks yumm

  4. Dragthepen – New York City – J. Rahshemah Floyd, a New York resident, currently works as a Writing Consultant and Religious Educator. She presented at the BMCC/CUNY Writers Conference, is a recipient of the Audray Lorde Collective Award, and a winner of the Jacob A. Weiser playwritting award for her work, The Conversation. She was a freelance writer for Streetnews for several years. And she appeared in the gospel play, Oh Lord; Why Did I get Married? She is a member of the BMCC Downtown Chorus. she is also the creator of the You Tube channel , Conversations With J. R. Floyd. The author of two novels , The Waiting Game followed by A Different Flavor of Love. Both books can be found in Amazon
    Dragthepen says:

    Look delicious

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