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MISO SOUP

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Every one loves Miso but how do you make it? Easy, buy the miso paste and get with it.

Ingrediants
Miso paste from your local supermarket
Noodles of your choice
Baked Tofu
Seaweed strips (Nori; what you roll sushi rolls in) or fresh seaweed / kelp from a packet

Ok, might sound a bit crazy but you can supplement any of the above ingrediants with what ever you prefer, eg. tofu to chickem or prawns, seaweed to zuchini etc…
Fill and start heating a pot with as much water as you would like to have soup. Once it starts to get a bit of steam coming off, pour 300mls (a coke can) into another bowl. To this bowl add a large, desert spoon of Miso paste. Note don't boil miso paste, it splits and goes bitter, that's why you have poured a little of the water off into another bowl.
Be carefull to mix the misopaste well with the warm water using a fork, whisk or chopsticks.
Add your baked tofu and noodles to the pot that is now boiling and let the noodles cook as long as is suggested on the packet. Turn the heat off, add the seaweed and stir. Wait till the soup cools down a little and add the miso you mixed in the bowl. Now tate the soup, if you like add some soy or mirin or fish sauce and Voila you've got miso in under 10 minutes. Takashi N. Sandiego

-James

Taste ★★★★ 

Price ★★★★.5

Ease ★★★★

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April 18, 2006 - Posted by | Anything goes, Japanese

3 Comments »

  1. That’s a nice simple soup, I like Miso so I will try that recipe. Thanks

    Comment by John | May 6, 2006

  2. This is a excellent reciepe, which was perfect in everyway. I can’t wait to try the rest of the recipes.

    Comment by David Ma | May 11, 2006

  3. if you did not put “supplement any of the above ingrediants with what ever you prefer” you may have been able to successfully pull off a reciepe.

    this is just a suggestion on how you can make a “just add water” product more tasteful.

    Comment by jade leung | May 12, 2006


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