Thursday, January 22, 2009

Miso Soup



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Join me in a brief Japanese interlude.

Heat some dashi in a pot, taking care not to let it boil. In a small bowl, add miso paste and a little bit of dashi and whisk to dissolve. Add to the heated dashi.

Add good things like soft tofu, green onions, and wakame (seaweed).



Aren't you glad you did this?



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13 comments:

  1. Home-made miso is so good!!! So much better than the instant soup mixes. Perfect on a day like today (at least here in Boston where it's so cold)

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  2. Mmm. The wonder of miso.
    Thanks for the calming interlude.

    This is great sick people food. But, it's also fabulous for well people. :)

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  3. you are making me hungry. it's time to go home and make dinner.

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  4. Simple and sooo delicious!

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  5. I used to make a big pot of this when I was single & then keep it & various additions to eat for dinner throughout the week, yummy!

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  6. Nice looking miso soup! I have been enjoying some shiitake and spinach miso soup for breakfasts this week.

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  7. why have i never tried to make this at home? you make it look so easy.

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  8. I love miso soup. Your bowl is making me crave right now!

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  9. Mmm.... miso soup.... mmm.... this looks great, and you really do make it look so easy!

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  10. Yum! I hope you're feeling better!

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  11. I don't have miso soup very often but I am also wanting it right now!

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  12. Nothing like fixing it at home...
    LL

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  13. Thanks for enjoying this interlude with me. =)

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