How to Make Miso Soup
Learn the secret tips and tricks on homemade miso soup. The end result is a pot of hearty, delicious and healthy soup that takes 15 minutes to make.
This time of year, I crave for warm, hearty and nourishing soups. While I enjoy rich and creamy American soups, I still prefer Asian soups such as this Japanese miso soup that takes practically 15 minutes to make, but big in flavors, delicious and healthy.
The base of Japanese soups is dashi broth, which is made with dried kelp and bonita flakes (dried fish flakes). Dashi is the building block of Japanese food. You can’t have a good miso soup without dashi. Another key ingredient in miso soup is the miso paste, which is soy bean paste. I like white miso paste as it’s mildly salty with a tint of sweetness. You may get the ingredients at a Japanese or Asian food store. Serve this soup on cold winter nights, it’s delicious with just steamed rice.
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