Ella Woodward, the food blogger behind Deliciously Ella, is the first to admit she's completely infatuated with her miso mushroom noodles—especially because they only take a handful of healthy ingredients to make. "It's my new obsession. It's the perfect 10-minute meal," she writes on Instagram. So, what exactly does this mix include? Some staples you probably already have in your home.
"It's my new obsession. It's the perfect 10-minute meal." —Ella Woodward
To create the vegan dish, first prepare a couple packs of ramen noodles in boiling water. Then after slicing up a container of mushrooms, sauté them in a skillet using a little olive oil, salt, and pepper. Next, add a tiny bit of sesame oil—which "adds a lovely flavor"—and let it cook for a minute.
Now comes the creamy goodness: Stir in half a can of coconut milk and two "really generous" spoonfuls of peanut butter (twist!). Then add in a squirt of lime, a pinch of cayenne pepper, and a teaspoon of brown rice miso. After mixing in a handful of scallions and letting them cook for another minute, drain the noodles and add them into the sauce.
Now that your creamy pasta is complete in record time, fill a bowl and load up on some extra goodies: "When you're plating up, top your dish with a couple more scallions, a little bit of fresh chili pepper, and some sesame seeds for a bit more color and texture," Woodward says. You'll be left with a filling meal that's not only nutritious, but also all sorts of satisfying.
Jessica Alba's go-to pasta dish uses zoodles in a genius way. Or, try out Meghan Markle's creamy vegetarian pasta that only requires three simple ingredients.
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