“ dashi broth ” 49 Results

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So hearty and warming.
Duck breast fillet, Leek, Shimeji mushrooms, Cress, Dumplings:, Flour, Water, Salt, Soup:, Dashi stock, Light soy sauce, Mirin, Sake, Ginger juice
Yukiko
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This goes really well with sake or beer.
Aubergine , King prawns, White fish fillet (like cod), Ginger, Spring onions or shallots, Flour, Dashi broth, Soy sauce, Finely grated mooli, Salt & pepper, Vegetable oil, Egg white
yhiranuma
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Simply delicious! Use your favourite vegetables.
Salmon fillets, Soy sauce, sake, Mirin, Grated ginger, Potato starch, dashi broth, vegetable oil, Green beans, Onion, Spring onion (chopped), Cooked rice, Tomatoes (if you like)
yhiranuma
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A light refreshing dish.
Duck breast fillet, Potato (medium), Carrot, Leek, Broccoli, Sauce:, Dashi broth, Sake, Light soy sauce, Mirin, Salt, Potato starch in a bit of water
rie-i
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Kids love this omelette because it's sweet but with lots of dashi stock flavour.
Eggs, Spring onions, ▼Dashi stock granules (hon-dashi), ▼Sugar, ▼Water, ▼Salt, Vegetable oil
Tobuchan
HOME
It's quick because I used frozen spinach.
Frozen spinach, Bacon, Deep fried flat tofu, ▼Dashi broth, ▼Soy sauce, ▼Mirin, ▼Sake (white wine), Eggs
Tobuchan
HOME
A very traditional Japanese dish that goes well with some sake.
Skate wings (small), Dashi broth, Soy sauce, Sake, Sugar, Mirin
Mizue
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The sesame dressing is the key to this wonderful dish.
Soba noodles, Radish sprouts, Tomato, Cucumber, Spring onions, Avocado, Lemon juice, [Sesame dressing], Dashi broth, Soy sauce, Mirin, Sugar, Mayonnaise, Tahini, Crushed sesame seeds, Cayenne pepper
Rose Wine
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Ideal on a hot summery day, it's refreshing and tasty. Works well as a light meal if you don't have a huge appetite.
Crushed sesame seeds, Miso, Dashi broth (cold), Light soy sauce or fish sauce (optional), Cucumber, Salt, Tinned tuna, Pickled plum puree, Spring onions, Somen noodles
yhiranuma
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This recipe uses the kombu and bonito flakes left over from making a traditional dashi broth. Let's not waste them.
Used kombu and bonito flakes, Spring onions, Soy sauce, Mirin, Water, Fried tofu (abura age)
cookbuzz
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Truly authentic ichiban and niban dashi are the bases for so many Japanese dishes, and so simple to make.
Ichiban (the first) dashi: , Soft water (Volvic, Ashbeck etc..), Dashi kombu seaweed, Katsuo-bushi (bonito flakes), Niban (the second) dashi:, Soft water
cookbuzz
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