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aromatic afternoon broths

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Malaysian laksa

Malaysian laksa

NEW! spiced coconut broth served with a side snack of chili and lime cashews and coconut flakes  more information


Chinese shiitake broth

Chinese shiitake broth

NEW! a mild mushroom broth, with sweetcorn, shiitake mushroom and rice noodles  more information


Vietnamese pho soup

Vietnamese pho soup

dark savoury pho broth with mild heat and warming spices served with shiitake mushrooms, sesame seeds and rice noodles  more information


Thai tom yum soup

Thai tom yum soup

spicy tom yum broth with aromatic lemongrass and kaffir lime leaves served with zucchini, red pepper and rice noodles  more information



how to prepare your broth

how to prepare your broth
preparation-step-1 1

Add the paste and ingredients to your favorite bowl.

preparation-step-1 2

Pour in 8oz of hot water.

preparation-step-1 3

Stir it all together and let it stand for 2 mins. Enjoy!


graze's aromatic broths

good to know

Will I automatically be sent a broth?

If you have never rated a broth before, then these will all be set to trash, as some preparation is involved (boiling water and a bowl or mug is needed). However if you have our current Vietnamese pho broth rated positively, then we think you'll like our new additions: Chinese shiitake and Malaysian laksa. We'll send you these too, however please update your ratings if you'd rather not receive them.

What do I need to make my broths?

You'll need a kettle to boil water, a bowl or mug and a spoon.

How do I make my broths?

Japanese miso - add the paste into a mug or bowl with the equivalent of a mug's worth of boiling water (8 oz). Stir to allow the paste to dissolve. Enjoy the edamame on the side as a high protein snack.

Malaysian laksa - add the paste into a mug or bowl with the equivalent of a mug's worth of boiling water (8 oz). Stir to allow the paste to dissolve. Enjoy the chilli and lime cashews and coconut flakes on the side as a snack.

Chinese shiitake - add the paste and dry ingredients into a mug or bowl with the equivalent of a mug's worth of boiling water (8 oz). Stir the ingredients together and let the broth stand for approximately 2 minutes or until the noodles have softened. Stir once more and enjoy.

Thai tom yum - add the paste and dry ingredients into a mug or bowl with the equivalent of a mug's worth of boiling water (8 oz). Stir the ingredients together and let the broth stand for approximately 2 minutes or until the noodles have softened. Stir once more and enjoy.

Vietnamese pho - add the paste and dry ingredients into a mug or bowl with the equivalent of a mug's worth of boiling water (8 oz). Stir the ingredients together and let the broth stand for approximately 2 minutes or until the noodles have softened. Stir once more and enjoy.

How spicy are the broths?

We've followed traditional recipes and therefore have used some chilli in four of our broths. If you don't like spice then the miso and Chinese shiitake broths are the best choice for you as these either contain no spicy ingredients or are very mild. The Vietnamese pho has a medium heat that is accompanied by warming spices such as clove, nutmeg and cinnamon. The Malaysian laksa also has a medium heat from the madras spices, this is balanced out by the addition of coconut. Our Thai tom yum broth is the spiciest broth however it is well balanced with sour flavours from tamarind and galangal so that the spice is not overpowering.

Are they suitable for vegetarians or vegans?

The Japanese miso is suitable for vegetarians and vegans. The Malaysian laksa is suitable for vegetarians but not vegans. The Thai tom yum, Vietnamese pho and Chinese shiitake broths contain fish sauce, so these are not suitable for vegetarians or vegans.

Are they suitable for Celiacs?

No – unfortunately all our broths contain wheat as this is commonly used in fermented soy pastes and soy sauces.