Top Rated Miso Soup Recipes

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linnydnyc
My friend is Korean and toured me through the local store. I was introduced to the wonderful world Korean groceries -- which included various types of kimchi. Delicious and from what I understand, very good for the health. I just drummed up a soup with kimchi and miso paste. It turned out really fantastic.
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Chef #213022
The tofu can be substitued with roasted sliced pork and the vegetable broth can be substituted with chicken broth. Enjoy!
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Marcia Kiesel, Food & Wine JANUARY 2001
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Marcia Kiesel, Food & Wine JANUARY 2001
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Emeril Lagasse
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loveleesmile
Easy and vey delicious!!
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Sandyg61
From Quick and Easy Recipes by Mark Bittman. Note: Buy traditonal, unpasturized or organic miso rather than quick-made miso. It will keep in the refrigerator for several months.
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bsherrill
Ingredients: 4 T Miso 4 T Bonito Flakes 4 T Kombu 1 Green Onions Sliced, dark green part only Soy Sauce if Desired 1. Put 4 cups (1qt) cold water in a pot. Add the kombu and bring to just before a boil. you want to remove the kombu before the water ...
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Rita~
Not feeling well? I wasn't and I decided to make a nice healthy healing pot of soup. Aah the comfort! This is a quick make soup with the root ingredients grated takes no time to cook. You can also incorporate cooked noodles, or rice Naturally produced miso, (pronounced mee-so) is “a delicious all purpose, high-protein seasoning. A nutritious balance of natural carbohydrates, essential oils, minerals, vitamins, and protein of the highest quality, containing all of the essential amino acids. Also known as fermented soy bean paste, is an excellent source friendly bacteria. “Unpasteurized miso is a "living food" containing natural digestive enzymes, Lactobacillus, and other microorganisms which aid in the digestion of all foods, and which have been shown to ward off and destroy harmful microorganisms, thereby creating a healthy digestive system.”(source: www.southrivermiso.com)” You don't want to cook the miso. Just before serving add it to hot water then stir into t
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monica6124
Simple soup but with great taste and nutritious too!
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katerina
I learned how to make this at my local Asian supermarket. Thats also where i found all the ingredients. The bonito flakes make all the difference - but you can use pre-made dashi as well.
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All Recipes Courtesy of Diana Shaw
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