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30-Minute Japanese Recipes For a Quick Brunch

It’s a lazy weekend and all you want to make is a minimalistic meal that will suffice your hunger pangs and keep you full.

Well, who would actually indulge in an elaborate breakfast or a lunch over the weekend? A brunch is all that you want to unwind, relax and spend time with your family and friends.

Asian Inspirations brings you easy brunches that can be made in 30 minutes. Here are 30 minute Easy Japanese recipes for a quick brunch:

Miso ramen with salmon & silken tofu

This authentic Japanese noodle recipe is a perfect one-pot meal for a lazy weekend brunch. The miso broth, ramen noodles, the goodness of salmon and silken tofu loaded with rich proteins and fibre is as nourishing as it could ever get. Check out the recipe here.

Miso Ramen with Salmon and Silken Tofu - easy japanese Recipe

Udon noodles with shredded pork

Shredded pork with a mix of vegetables and udon noodles is the quickest meal you can make for a Sunday brunch. This colourful and  flavourful dish also makes for a super easy weeknight fare. Get the recipe here.

Udon Noodles with Shredded Pork easy Japanese Recipe

Seafood Noodle Stir-fry

Flavoured with the unique and distinct tang of wasabi, this Japanese-inspired, Seafood Noodle stir-fry can be created by using any combination of seafood. Get the recipe here.

Seafood Noodle Stir-fry - easy japanese recipe

Miso Ramen

Love ramen? This rich and creamy miso-flavored ramen with chicken breast, carrots and eggs packs a nutritional punch to the traditional flavours. Try this quick and delicious homemade miso ramen recipe.

miso ramen - easy japanese recipe

Japanese Summer Noodle (Hiyashi Chuka)

Make your summer more cooler and light with this summertime Japanese dish. It is known to keep your body cool and ward off the heat. Make this easy dish for a quick brunch eespecially if you’re staying in a hot and humid place. Check out the recipe here.

Hiyashi Chuka - 30 minutes easy japanese Recipe

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