Percentage of Miso and Stock in Miso Soup

A basic standard but satisfy your own tastes!

Recipe By: KitchenCIB (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/94)
Serves 1

Ingredients

Hot water 200ml
Miso 20g
Fish stock cube 1/3-1/2

Method

1
A standard miso soup per person serving has 20g of miso and 200ml of stock.
2
Traditionally, bonito flakes and kombu are used for seasoning or flavouring the soup stock but dashi stock granules now do the job. Even so, it still might be troublesome for non-Japanese.
3
To make it more accessible, it's easy enough to use a chicken, fish or vegetable stock cube. The miso soup tastes slightly Westernised, but it's perfectly acceptable.

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Percentage of Miso and Stock in Miso Soup

A basic standard but satisfy your own tastes!

Recipe By: KitchenCIB (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/94)

Serves 1

Ingredients

Hot water 200ml
Miso 20g
Fish stock cube 1/3-1/2

Percentage of Miso and Stock in Miso Soup

Recipe ID :2366 Posted on 02 FEB 2017

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A basic standard but satisfy your own tastes!

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Method

1
A standard miso soup per person serving has 20g of miso and 200ml of stock.
2
Traditionally, bonito flakes and kombu are used for seasoning or flavouring the soup stock but dashi stock granules now do the job. Even so, it still might be troublesome for non-Japanese.
3
To make it more accessible, it's easy enough to use a chicken, fish or vegetable stock cube. The miso soup tastes slightly Westernised, but it's perfectly acceptable.
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