Miso Soup with Bacon, Tomato and Mushroom

A fantastic trio of umami flavours: tomato (glutamic acid), bacon (inosinic acid) and mushroom (guanylic acid), is this a bit greedy?!

Recipe By: Torajiro Kuruma (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/62)
Serves 2 Cook: 10 min

Ingredients

Bacon 100g
Tomatoes (medium) 2
Mushrooms 4
Lettuce leaves 2-3
Hot water 500ml
Dashi stock granules 1/2 tsp
Miso 35-40g

Method

1
Heat a pan and add the chopped bacon (no oil) and fry until crispy.
2
Add the sliced mushrooms and chopped tomatoes and fry for 1 minute.
3
Pour in the hot water and dashi stock granules and simmer for 5 minutes, then turn the heat down to low and dissolve in the miso.
4
Add the chopped lettuce then turn the heat off. This is rather more a European style miso soup than a Japanese one.

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Miso Soup with Bacon, Tomato and Mushroom

A fantastic trio of umami flavours: tomato (glutamic acid), bacon (inosinic acid) and mushroom (guanylic acid), is this a bit greedy?!

Recipe By: Torajiro Kuruma (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/62)

Serves 2

Cook: 10 min

Ingredients

Bacon 100g
Tomatoes (medium) 2
Mushrooms 4
Lettuce leaves 2-3
Hot water 500ml
Dashi stock granules 1/2 tsp
Miso 35-40g

Miso Soup with Bacon, Tomato and Mushroom

Recipe ID :2518 Posted on 16 MAR 2017

Serves 2

Cook 10min
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A fantastic trio of umami flavours: tomato (glutamic acid), bacon (inosinic acid) and mushroom (guanylic acid), is this a bit greedy?!

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Method

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10min
1
Heat a pan and add the chopped bacon (no oil) and fry until crispy.
2
Add the sliced mushrooms and chopped tomatoes and fry for 1 minute.
3
Pour in the hot water and dashi stock granules and simmer for 5 minutes, then turn the heat down to low and dissolve in the miso.
4
Add the chopped lettuce then turn the heat off. This is rather more a European style miso soup than a Japanese one.
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