Cold Broad Bean Soup

It's wonderful for a hot summer!

Recipe By: Yukiko (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/37)
Serves 4 Cook: 30 min

Ingredients

Broad beans 2 cups
Dashi broth 300ml
Soya Milk 160ml
Firm tofu 120g
【A】
White miso paste 1 tbsp
Tahini 1/2 tbsp
【B】
Crushed sesame seeds 1 tbsp
Ginger juice 1/2 tsp
Salt as required
Shiso (herb) & nori sheet as required

Method

1
Boil the broad beans and remove the skin.
2
Pat dry the tofu.
3
Add 2/3 of the broad beans into the dashi broth and crush with a hand blender.
4
Add some of Step 3 to ingredients【A】then put this back into the remainder of Step 3. Cook on a low heat.
5
Add the tofu broken into pieces, soya milk and 1/3 of the broad beans into Step 4, as well as ingredients【B】.
6
Let it cool to room temperature. It goes well with cold noodles or udon.

Tips & Note

●The soup should be a good strong flavour for when you dip the noodles in.
●The soup also goes well with cooked rice.

Cold Broad Bean Soup

It's wonderful for a hot summer!

Recipe By: Yukiko (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/37)

Serves 4

Cook: 30 min

Ingredients

Broad beans 2 cups
Dashi broth 300ml
Soya Milk 160ml
Firm tofu 120g
【A】
White miso paste 1 tbsp
Tahini 1/2 tbsp
【B】
Crushed sesame seeds 1 tbsp
Ginger juice 1/2 tsp
Salt as required
Shiso (herb) & nori sheet as required

Cold Broad Bean Soup

Recipe ID :1513 Posted on 30 DEC 2015

Serves 4

Cook 30min
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2 cups
300ml
160ml
120g
1 tbsp
1/2 tbsp
1 tbsp
1/2 tsp
as required
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Method

Cook
30min
1
Boil the broad beans and remove the skin.
2
Pat dry the tofu.
3
Add 2/3 of the broad beans into the dashi broth and crush with a hand blender.
4
Add some of Step 3 to ingredients【A】then put this back into the remainder of Step 3. Cook on a low heat.
5
Add the tofu broken into pieces, soya milk and 1/3 of the broad beans into Step 4, as well as ingredients【B】.
6
Let it cool to room temperature. It goes well with cold noodles or udon.

Tips & Note

●The soup should be a good strong flavour for when you dip the noodles in.
●The soup also goes well with cooked rice.

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