Easy Asian-Style Noodle Soups
Thick, hearty udon or soba noodles make this quick soup substantial, yet it’s not too filling to serve as a first course for an Asian-style meal, like a colorful veggie stir-fry. more→
This Asian-style soup is ideal when you’re in a hurry. It can be on the table in about 20 minutes.
A quick Japanese-style soup for fall and winter, this is as pleasing to the eye as it is to the palate. Use chopsticks for “slurping” the noodles. more→
Here is a Japanese-style soup inspired by one I sampled in a New York City noodle shop. Thick noodles in a hot broth are topped with crisp raw vegetables. It’s an unusual but simple presentation, which you can start making literally minutes before you wish to serve it. The traditional way to eat this is to “slurp” the noodles with the help of chopsticks, then finish off the remaining soup with a spoon. “I believe I once considerably scandalized her by declaring that clear soup was a more important factor in life than a clear conscience.” —Saki more→
This simple soup is a good introductory course for a mixed vegetable and tofu stir-fry. more→
Ramen noodles are now readily available, even without the ready-made soup mix, in the Asian foods section of well-stocked supermarkets. They are an appealing addition to simple soups. more→
Asian-style soups can be created in a quick burst of inspiration and little forethought.
This simple soup. filled with fine rice noodles, crunchy lettuce, and healthy shiitake mushrooms, is a good introductory course for stir-fries and tofu dishes. more→