Annie Chun’s – Delicious, Easy-to-prepare Asian-inspired Dishes
As much as I love cooking Asian food at home, I do buy instant food and Annie Chun’s is always my goto brand. I am especially partial to Annie Chun’s soup bowls, with a variety of flavors.
Annie Chun’s products are unlike any other brands in the market; the soup bowls are absolutely delicious with authentic restaurant-style flavors.
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How to Dress up Your Annie Chun’s Soup Bowl?
When it come to instant soup bowls, there are many recipes and ideas for the toppings. A simple homemade topping would turn your soup bowl into gourmet Asian food found in top restaurants.
Today, I am going to teach you how to jazz up Annie Chun’s Japanese-style Miso Soup Bowl with easy, wholesome and healthy toppings.
Mushroom is a healthy and nutritious ingredient that is perfect as a topping.
You can choose any mushrooms you like. For me, I love a combination of different mushrooms so I opted for white and brown beech mushrooms plus maitaki mushrooms.
Mushrooms are naturally earthy in flavor so simple seasonings are all you need for the recipe.
First, I quickly blanched the mushrooms in hot boiling water. Then I seasoned the boiled mushrooms with sesame oil, soy sauce and ground black pepper.
Voila, you have an amazing and delicious sesame-soy mushrooms as the toppings. I also added some snow peas and chopped scallions for extra color and texture to the soup bowl.
About Annie Chun’s Soup Bowls
Annie Chun’s Soup Bowls are available in many delicious Asian flavors, for examples: Miso, Pho, Udon, Tom Yum, Hot & Sour and Chicken-Flavored. All products are:
- Non-GMO Project Verified
For complete lineup of Annie Chun’s products, visit anniechun.com for more information.
How Many Calories per Serving?
This recipe is only 71 calories per serving.
What Dishes to Serve with This Recipe?
For a wholesome meal and easy weeknight dinner, I recommend the following recipes.
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Disclaimer: This is a a sponsored post by Annie Chun’s. All text and opinions are all mine.
The flavour in this is amazing! Such an easy to follow recipe as well. Thank you so much!!! I will be making this again in the future.
I love all Japanese food didnt know you had the makings of Miso soup in packages I shop at Publix stores do they carry this product ?My e mail cnettles11@ comcast.net
where can i get recipes ?thank you Connie Nettles
The recipe is at the bottom of the screen, please scroll down.
Annie Chun’s BOGO coupon expired 12/30/2018.
Hi Steve, please proceed to print. The actual coupon expires on 02/06/2019.
the coupon appears to be expired, I signed up and when it got to print coupon it said must be printed by 12/30/2018?
Hi Cynthia, please proceed to print, the actual coupon expires on 02/06/2019.
ANNE MARIE HIGGINS
Hello Bee……Thank you for so many wonderful recipes. You do a wonderful job.
I live in Massachusetts and wonder whee this product is located. My zip code is 01824 if that helps. I also live very close to N.H. and do my shopping there. Thank you for your help.
Hi Anne Marie – please check this out: https://anniechun.com/findus/
What is the sodium content of Annie Chun soups?
Hi Maria, I updated the recipe card with the Nutrition Label. Please check it out.
Yes yummy ? and easy to make ?
Thanks Judy!! :)