Sardine Dumpling Clear Soup (Tsumire Jiru)

Lovely to warm you up on a cold day.

Recipe By: midnight kitchen (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/111)
Serves 4 Prep: 20 min Cook: 25 min

Ingredients

Sardines 10
Sake 50ml
Ginger 1 thumb
Spring onions 2
Egg 1
Potato starch 1 tbsp
Carrot 1/2
Mooli 5cm
Burdock root (gobou) 5cm
Dashi stock 1 litre
Chilli powder (optional) as you like

Method

1
Wash the sardines in salted water and soak in the sake.
2
Cut the mooli, carrot and burdock to small bitesize pieces. Soak the burdock in vinegar water. Put the dashi stock in a pan and simmer the vegetables.
3
Remove the skin from the sardines and blend with the ginger, 1 spring onion, egg and potato starch in a bowl.
4
When the vegetables are half cooked, make dumplings with the mixture from Step 3, add to the pan and simmer further.
5
When the dumplings start to float, they're cooked. Season with some salt, mirin and soy sauce. Transfer to a serving bowl and sprinkle with the finely chopped other spring onion or chilli powder.

Tips & Note

The dumplings will cook in 3-4 minutes but the vegetables take longer, so cook those first. Optionally, you can add 3 tbsp miso at the end to give a totally different flavour.

Sardine Dumpling Clear Soup (Tsumire Jiru)

Lovely to warm you up on a cold day.

Recipe By: midnight kitchen (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/111)

Serves 4

Prep: 20 min

Cook: 25 min

Ingredients

Sardines 10
Sake 50ml
Ginger 1 thumb
Spring onions 2
Egg 1
Potato starch 1 tbsp
Carrot 1/2
Mooli 5cm
Burdock root (gobou) 5cm
Dashi stock 1 litre
Chilli powder (optional) as you like

Sardine Dumpling Clear Soup (Tsumire Jiru)

Recipe ID :1674 Posted on 15 FEB 2016

Serves 4

Prep 20min
Cook 25min
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Lovely to warm you up on a cold day.

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Method

Prep
20min
Cook
25min
1
Wash the sardines in salted water and soak in the sake.
2
Cut the mooli, carrot and burdock to small bitesize pieces. Soak the burdock in vinegar water. Put the dashi stock in a pan and simmer the vegetables.
3
Remove the skin from the sardines and blend with the ginger, 1 spring onion, egg and potato starch in a bowl.
4
When the vegetables are half cooked, make dumplings with the mixture from Step 3, add to the pan and simmer further.
5
When the dumplings start to float, they're cooked. Season with some salt, mirin and soy sauce. Transfer to a serving bowl and sprinkle with the finely chopped other spring onion or chilli powder.

Tips & Note

The dumplings will cook in 3-4 minutes but the vegetables take longer, so cook those first. Optionally, you can add 3 tbsp miso at the end to give a totally different flavour.

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