Miso Soup Recipe – Japanese Cooking 101

Miso Soup Recipe - Japanese Cooking 101

Recipe here: http://www.japanesecooking101.com/miso-soup-recipe/
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This video will show you how to make Miso Soup at home! You don’t have to go to Japanese restaurants to get Miso Soup any more.
The recipe by Noriko & Yuko of Japanese Cooking 101 (http://www.japanesecooking101.com) We only use ingredients you can easily find!

19 Comments

  1. Should the color of the soup be light because I had miso soup in a restaurant and the color was really brown and it didn't taste or smell good. I wanted to throw up T-T

  2. I live right next to a Chinese supermarket but it so big and no one speaks English so I can never find anything

  3. i LOVE miso soup
    i make it with firm or extra firm tofu…
    i think i'm going to make some next week like a big bowl

  4. Bonito flakes are expensive in the country that I'm living in… Can I substitute dashi with diluted bonito soy sauce?

  5. I cant seem to find dashi where I live, but we do have something called "fish stock" by a western brand called campbells. They make chicken stocks and soups and what not. Would that be the same as dashi? And even if it were different, would it still be acceptable to use instead of dashi? I cant find dashi or bonito flakes anywhere, since its pretty uncommon to get foreign foods around here.

  6. thank you for taking the mystery out of it. my daughter loves Miso soup. what type of seaweed do you recommend?

  7. A suggestion when making the dashi, I usually first put a a 1 1/2 inch square of konbu dried seaweed in the water and boil for 3 to 5 minutes before putting in the bonito flakes, I find it adds depth to the flavor of the dashi.

  8. I love miso soup. It is heart friendly and the flavor is to die for. My family thinks I'm nuts but they now love sushi so maybe there is hope for them. Thank you for the video,

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