- Our most pinned pin! Miso Soup - Miso soup is traditionally served as a breakfast food in Japan. Mornings being a busy time in any culture, this easy soup only has a few components and comes together in under ten minutes.
- Japanese - Just One Cookbook. 3 cups homemade dashi stock or see Quick Dashi Stock below 2 - 3 Tbsp. miso (I use awase/mixed miso) 6 ounces firm silken tofu or soft tofu (optional) 2 tsp.
Asari Miso Soup
Here in Singapore, we actually colloquially (well, at least in my family) call these manila clams "la-la". I have no idea why, but the sweetness of the clams will definitely work well with the savoriness of the miso soup.
2 cups water 2 tsp dashi powder (stock) 2 tbsp miso paste any colour 300 g firm tofu diced tbsp dried wakame soaked in water (it will increase to the size) A sprinkle of green spring onion & red peppers
Breakfasts in Asia
Typical Japanese Breakfast (Grilled Saba Mackerel, Egg Roll, Oshinko Japanese Pickles, Brown Rice, Mushroom and Green Onion Miso Soup)~~ yummy! :)) This is just food porn.
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