Pork miso soup(Tonjiru). Tonjiru is a savory miso soup with pork and root vegetables. Packed with an excellent source of vitamins, it's absolutely nourishing and soul-fulfilling! If you ask me what is my favorite miso soup, I would immediately say Tonjiru (豚汁).
This film of oil keeps the soup hot, which is perfect on a cold day. If you know how to make miso soup, you can make tonjiru easily. All you need to do is to sauté pork then vegetables, cook in dashi stock (preferred) or water and add. You can cook Pork miso soup(Tonjiru) using 7 ingredients and 5 steps. Here is how you achieve that.
Ingredients of Pork miso soup(Tonjiru)
- You need 100 g of pork.
- It’s 30 g of Japanese radish(daikon).
- Prepare 3 cm of carrot.
- Prepare 50 g of Japanese cabbage.
- It’s 1/2 of deep fried been curd.
- You need 2 of table spoons of Miso.
- You need 1/2 stick of Dashi (Japanese soup base).
This miso soup is very popular dish on winter time in Japan. You don't have to use all of the ingredients I used here. But you may need dashi stock if you use less. Let's make Tonjiru, Japanese pork miso soup !
Pork miso soup(Tonjiru) instructions
- Slice Japanese radish and carrot into small pieces..
- Slice deep fried been curd..
- Pour water in the pan and bring to boil..
- Add Japanese radish, carrrots and deep bean curd in the pan and boil it for about 5minutes..
- Add stick dashi in the pan and boil it. At last add Miso and dissolve it in the pan..
We are making healthy, nutritious Tonjiru, pork miso soup with lots of vegetables. The root vegetables and pork will warm you up. Tonjiru or Butajiru (豚汁,とん汁,とんじる) – both literally mean pig/pork soup — is a Japanese soup made with pork and vegetables, flavoured with miso. Compared to normal miso soup, tonjiru tend to be more substantial, with a larger quantity and variety of ingredients added to the soup. Tonjiru (or Butajiru) is a kind of Miso Soup with pork and a lot of root vegetables such as Gobo (burdock root) and carrot.