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From Dashi to Miso Soup Cookbook: 30 Delicious Miso Soup Recipes that Are Simple to Make

From Dashi to Miso Soup Cookbook: 30 Delicious Miso Soup Recipes that Are Simple to Make

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From Dashi to Miso Soup Cookbook: 30 Delicious Miso Soup Recipes that Are Simple to Make

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69 pages
38 minutes
Sortie:
Oct 4, 2020
ISBN:
9781005558253
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Livre

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Have you ever had a Miso soup?

If you haven’t, then you are truly missing out.

You can generally find a good Miso soup in just about any Asian restaurant but if you are short on the time to go out you can still enjoy delicious Miso soup straight from your kitchen.

By now you are probably thinking to yourself that it sounds difficult but the truth is it really doesn’t have to be. With this Miso Soup Cookbook, you will be wowed by 30 Miso Soup recipes that super simple to make. So, come along on this amazingly culinary journey with us as we ride through the land of Miso Soup. See you in the kitchen.

Sortie:
Oct 4, 2020
ISBN:
9781005558253
Format:
Livre

À propos de l'auteur

Martha is a chef and a cookbook author. She has had a love of all things culinary since she was old enough to help in the kitchen, and hasn’t wanted to leave the kitchen since. She was born and raised in Illinois, and grew up on a farm, where she acquired her love for fresh, delicious foods. She learned many of her culinary abilities from her mother; most importantly, the need to cook with fresh, homegrown ingredients if at all possible, and how to create an amazing recipe that everyone wants. This gave her the perfect way to share her skill with the world; writing cookbooks to spread the message that fresh, healthy food really can, and does, taste delicious. Now that she is a mother, it is more important than ever to make sure that healthy food is available to the next generation. She hopes to become a household name in cookbooks for her delicious recipes, and healthy outlook.Martha is now living in California with her high school sweetheart, and now husband, John, as well as their infant daughter Isabel, and two dogs; Daisy and Sandy. She is a stay at home mom, who is very much looking forward to expanding their family in the next few years to give their daughter some siblings. She enjoys cooking with, and for, her family and friends, and is waiting impatiently for the day she can start cooking with her daughter.


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Introduction

Have you ever tried having soup for breakfast?  Did you know that in Japanese cuisine this the norm? That’s right, in Japan a Miso soup is generally enjoy as a breakfast staple, and is usually served alongside eggs, pickles, rice or fish. This in no way hinder them from enjoying the soup at any hour of the day as different varieties are also enjoyed in a few lunch and dinner menus as well, though these would be accompanied by more complex sides.

Traditional Miso soups all use dashi as a base, which is a basic Japanese stock and is flavored and seasoned with a variety of other ingredients to push the dish into the direction that you want it to go. In this Miso Cookbook we will show you how to easily transform your basic stock into 30 delicious Miso Soups. We know you are anxious to get started so, let’s get right to it.

Classic Miso Soup

Here is an easy recipe for a basic Miso Soup, similar to the one you would have at in a Japanese breakfast.

Serves: 5

Time: 15 minutes

Ingredients:

Dashi (4 cups)

Tofu (1 lb., extra firm)

Miso (5 tbsp., paste)

Green Onions (2 stalks, finely

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