MISO-GINGER GYOZA SOUP

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Good morning!  How is everyone doing today?  It's so gorgeous here in Ventura today, and I can't wait to get outside later! Do you find that when the weather is sunny, but not neccisarily warmer, that you go outside more?  I know I do!  I'm a big fan of the sun!  :)

On to food!  Last week we had family stay with us, and my cousin was telling me about how she likes to make miso soup and add potstickers to it.  I thought the idea was brilliant, so I thought I would give it a try, and add my own little spin to it.  This meal has only three simple ingredients, and is a quick halfway-homemade meal when you don't have a ton of time.  Love that!

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As you will notice, I used all TJ's ingredients.  Most of us are blessed to have a TJ's close by, but if you don't, feel free to substitute with similar ingredients.

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Miso-Ginger Gyoza Soup, serves 2

1 32 oz. container of Miso-Ginger broth 10 vegetable gyoza (AKA potstickers) 1/4 c. green onions, diced

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Simply bring broth to a boil, add gyoza (frozen), and reduce to a simmer.  Cook for about 5 more minutes, or until gyoza are cooked.  Ladle in a bowl, and add green onions.  That's it!

You can easily add vegetables, noodles, or even a protein if that's what you like.  So simple, and super delicious!  Enjoy!

xo.  Jen