"Making ramen at home means you can tailor it to your tastes. For me, that means toothsome noodles, fresh greens still with some colour and bite, the pleasing soft texture of tofu – a comforting, but flavourful broth centred around almond milk, spiked with miso and turmeric", says Anna Jones
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Here's how you do it
Mix the turmeric, miso and 1 tablespoon of Rude Health Almond Drink to form a golden paste. Put 1 tablespoon of the paste into a bowl, add the tofu and a good dash of soy sauce and toss to coat, leave to sit for 5 minutes.
Pour a tablespoon of oil into a pan and stir-fry the kale until it’s crisp around the edges and has softened a little. Season with a good pinch of salt and scoop from the pan into a bowl.
Put the pan back on the heat, add a little more oil and fry the tofu until golden.
Cook the noodles in boiling water according to their packet instructions, drain and divide between four serving bowls.
While the noodles are cooking, gently heat the almond milk in a large saucepan until just about to come to the boil then take it off the heat and stir in the remaining turmeric miso paste.
Ladle the broth over the noodles and top the bowls with the crispy kale and tofu. If you like, finish with finely sliced spring onions, fresh or dried red chilli, coriander or a squeeze of lime for an extra layer of flavour.
Recipe courtesy of Anna Jones and Rude Health
1 teaspoon turmeric
4 heaped tbsp white miso
1 litre Rude Health Ultimate/Almond Drink
200g firm tofu, pressed to remove excess moisture then cut into cubes
150g kale, washed, pulled from its stalks and torn into bite-sized pieces