Star Wars Aliens in Miso Soup

It's a miso soup specially for kids!

Recipe By: Tobuchan (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/25)
Serves 2 Prep: 10 min Cook: 6 min

Ingredients

Arabiki sausages (frozen) 3-4
Hot water 500ml
Cabbage as you like
Dried wakame seaweed 1 tsp
Dashi stock 2.5g(大さじ1/3程度)
Miso 40g前後

Method

1
Defrost the sausages and cut into half. Cut each half into 8 from the cut end but only half way up.
2
Boil a bit of water in a frying pan and skewer each sausage half and press down for 20-30 seconds to open out the ends.
3
The sausages should look like this. You can give the aliens eyes by scoring out holes and pressing in sesame seeds!
4
Put the hot water in a pan and add the roughly chopped cabbage for 3 minutes. The water should reduce to about 400ml.
5
When the cabbage is cooked, turn the heat down to medium and add the dashi. See the photo for the right amount.
6
Add the miso through a strainer or dissolved in water to prevent lumps.
7
Add the rehydrated wakame seaweed and cook for 1 minute. Gently drop the aliens into the soup and cook for 1 minute.
8
Transfer the soup to a bowl or mug and drop in the aliens. Make the dining table fun to get some smiling faces!

Tips & Note

I used Arabiki sausage because they are the right size, but you could use chipolatas or the ends of frankfurters.

Star Wars Aliens in Miso Soup

It's a miso soup specially for kids!

Recipe By: Tobuchan (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/25)

Serves 2

Prep: 10 min

Cook: 6 min

Ingredients

Arabiki sausages (frozen) 3-4
Hot water 500ml
Cabbage as you like
Dried wakame seaweed 1 tsp
Dashi stock 2.5g(大さじ1/3程度)
Miso 40g前後

Star Wars Aliens in Miso Soup

Recipe ID :2339 Posted on 26 JAN 2017

Serves 2

Prep 10min
Cook 6min
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It's a miso soup specially for kids!

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3-4
500ml
as you like
1 tsp
2.5g(大さじ1/3程度)
40g前後

Method

Prep
10min
Cook
6min
1
Defrost the sausages and cut into half. Cut each half into 8 from the cut end but only half way up.
2
Boil a bit of water in a frying pan and skewer each sausage half and press down for 20-30 seconds to open out the ends.
3
The sausages should look like this. You can give the aliens eyes by scoring out holes and pressing in sesame seeds!
4
Put the hot water in a pan and add the roughly chopped cabbage for 3 minutes. The water should reduce to about 400ml.
5
When the cabbage is cooked, turn the heat down to medium and add the dashi. See the photo for the right amount.
6
Add the miso through a strainer or dissolved in water to prevent lumps.
7
Add the rehydrated wakame seaweed and cook for 1 minute. Gently drop the aliens into the soup and cook for 1 minute.
8
Transfer the soup to a bowl or mug and drop in the aliens. Make the dining table fun to get some smiling faces!

Tips & Note

I used Arabiki sausage because they are the right size, but you could use chipolatas or the ends of frankfurters.

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