miso soup

  • Miso Soup

    Potato & Sweet Corn Miso Butter Soup

    Hokkaido is the northern island of Japan and famous for the fresh food they produce. High quality dairy products are particularly famous and Butter is one of them. Adding Butter to Miso Soup was unthinkable for me until I saw a TV ad many years ago. Miso Soup with Butter is really good, especially with …

  • Miso Soup Other Seafood

    Clam Miso Soup

    I had never cooked this Miso Soup for my family in Australia before. One reason is it is NOT easy to find Clams where I live. Another reason is my husband and son don’t like shellfish. I cooked it today because my daughter requested me to cook it, just for two of us. In Japan, …

  • Miso Soup Pork

    Pork & Cabbage Miso Soup

    Pork and Miso go very well together. ‘Butajiru’, OR ‘Tonjiru’, is a very popular Pork and Miso soup. You need a variety of ingredients to make it, but this simple Pork and Cabbage only version is also delicious. You can add other vegetables such as Onion, Carrot, Shiitake, or etc. Makes 2 Servings Ingredients 2 …

  • Miso Soup Spaghetti & Pasta

    Gnocchi Miso Soup

    Dumplings made of rice flour is a popular ingredient for Miso Soup. However, I have found ‘Gnocchi’ is a superior alternative to the rice flour dumplings. Miso Soup with Gnocchi can be a very filling meal. Makes 4 Servings Ingredients 4 cups Dashi Stock OR Stock of your choice*Note: Use about 2 teaspoons Dashi Powder …

  • Miso Soup Potato

    Smoked Sausage, Potato & Cabbage Miso Soup

    ‘Miso Soup’ is just a soup that is seasoned with Miso. Ingredients can be anything you like. Dashi Stock is traditionally used, but there are various opinions. You can use any soup stock that you like. Here is an untraditional Miso Soup of Smoked Sausages for you to try. Makes 2 Servings Ingredients 2 cups …

  • Clear Soup Fish

    Sardine Balls for Soup

    My son doesn’t like to eat fish that have bones. Even the filleted Sardines still have fine bones and he is reluctant to eat them. When he was very young, he got a fish bone stuck in the throat for three days. When it finally came out, we were all shocked at the size of …

  • Miso Soup Udon

    ‘Hōtō’ Noodle Miso Soup

    Hōtō is a regional dish originating from Yamanashi, Japan. The wide noodles are stewed with vegetables in miso soup. Hōtō noodles are actually different from Udon noodles as they are made from ordinary low-gluten flour in the style similar to dumplings. That’s why it is easy to prepare at home. I once lived in Yamanashi …

  • Miso Soup

    Kimchi Miso Soup

    Kimchi is a traditional Korean food that is fermented vegetables with a variety of seasonings including a lot of Garlic and Chilli. The smell of Kimchi overwhelms my kitchen every time I open the jar, but I absolutely love it. Do you know that Kimchi is really lovely in the Miso Soup? Makes 4 Servings …

  • Miso Soup Tofu

    Tofu & Spinach Miso Soup

    Tofu doesn’t need to be cooked. Using ready-to-serve Baby Spinach, this ‘Tofu & Spinach Miso Soup’ can be prepared in just 5 minutes. It’s easy, quick, nutritious and delicious. Makes 4 Servings Ingredients 4 cups Dashi Stock *See ‘Dashi Stock’ page3 to 4 tablespoons Miso1 block Tofu *Momen of Silken TofuReady-to-Serve Baby Spinach as required2 Spring Onion …

  • Miso Soup Potato Sea Vegetables

    Potato & Wakame Miso Soup

    Miso Soup is one of the traditional Japanese staple dishes and this is my favourite Miso Soup since my childhood. And this is the first dish that I cooked on the very first day at a uni apartment after I moved out of my family’s home.  It’s a dish to remember.  I always use mild …

  • Miso Soup Pork

    Butajiru / Tonjiru

    ‘Butajiru’ is a type of Miso Soup with Pork in it. It is a very popular dish. ‘Butajiru’ usually contains Satoimo (Taro) and Konnyaku (Konjac) and Gobo (Burdock Root). Some Asian Grocery stores sell them but it might be difficult for you to find them. Even without them, this soup is quite delicious. The ingredients …

  • Miso Soup

    Basic Miso Soup

    Miso Soup is one of the traditional Japanese staple dishes. It is enjoyed with freshly cooked white rice. Here is the basic method how to cook Miso Soup. Dashi Stock is traditionally used, but there are various opinions. See ‘Dashi Stock’ page. Makes 4 Servings Ingredients 4 cups Dashi Stock *See ‘Dashi Stock’ page3 to …