Miso soup is a traditional Japanese soup consisting of a stock called "dashi" into which is dissolved softened miso. Various solid ingredients like wakame seaweed, tofu, and mushrooms are then added to make the finished soup. The soup is usually served in lacquer bowls with lids and drunk directly from the bowl. Solid ingredients are eaten with chopsticks. Different types of miso produce distinctive soups.
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Aka Miso (Summer Miso Soup)
From Time/Life Foods of the World.
Basic Miso Soup
Uses Eden products, carrots, and green onions.
Easy Miso Soup with Vegetables and Tofu
Vegetarian dish that contains few ingredients.
Tofu cubes with Hondashi and green onion.
Tahini, carrots, cabbage, combined with onion.
Contains shiitake mushrooms, watercress, tofu, and chicken stock.
Uses spinach, tofu, carrots, and cabbage.
Describes this traditional Japanese dish and includes a recipe.
Miso Soup with Shrimp
Uses Kamaboko, sugar, scallions, and bean curd.
Misoshiru (Clear Soup with Soybean Paste)
Recipe that uses specialized ingredients.
Quick Miso Soup
Chinese egg noodles with red cabbage, carrot, and corn.
Rice and Miso Soup
From the Japanese Cookbook for Kids. Includes photographs.
Vegetable Miso Soup
Jalapeño peppers added with peas, onions, garlic, and piece dulse.
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