Miso Roasted Pumpkin Ramen


This quick, nourishing weeknight dinner is easier & tastier than takeaway. It also leaves you with extra miso roasted pumpkin to use for breaky or lunches the following day ! 

Miso roasted pumpkin:

Large wedge of organic pumpkin, skin scrubbed, seeds removed & cut into chunks

1 heaped tbs ceres organics genmai shiro miso 

3 tbs organic tamar

3 tbs cooking saké

3 tbs organic mirin 

2 garlic cloves, grated

2 cm piece of organic ginger, grated 

Generous pinch of organic caster sugar 

Miso ramen:

1 pack organic buckwheat ramen noodles

3 tbs Nutra Organics miso ramen vegetable broth, diluted in 3 cups boiling water

4 organic spring onions including the green tips, finely sliced

1 organic zucchini, peeled into ribbons 

Bunch of organic Asian greens, thinly sliced 

Approx 2 tsp of organic coconut oil 

Organic coriander, sesame oil & sesame seeds to serve 

~ Preheat the oven to 180 & line a shallow baking tray with baking paper. 

~ Whisk the miso, tamari, saké, mirin, garlic, ginger & sugar until combined. Pour over the pumpkin & toss to coat. Arrange the pumpkin in a single layer on a shallow baking tray, pouring the excess marinade over the top. Pop into the oven & cook for 45 minutes, or until delightfully soft & caramelised. For ultimate results, baste the pumpkin with the marinade that pools in the bottom of the tray every 15 minutes or so. 

~ As the pumpkin finishes cooking, cook the ramen noodles according to packet directions. 

~ Heat the coconut oil in the base of a fry pan on medium heat. Add the finely sliced spring onions & cook til fragrant. Pour over the broth & bring to a gentle boil. Add the zucchini & Asian greens, immediately turning off the heat. Divide the cooked ramen noodles between bowls, ladle over broth & greens. Nestle the caramelised pumpkin on top & sprinkle with a generous shake of sesame oil, some sesame seeds & fresh coriander. Best slurped up immediately ! 

Makes 2 generous adult servings.


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Recipe and Image by Jessica Bull @jessicaelisebull