Spinach and Aburaage Miso Soup. Simple and delicate shiitake and spinach miso soup from the beautiful, new The Love & Lemons Cookbook. It's my favorite time of the year! Today's recipe for Shiitake and Spinach Miso Soup is a great example of cooking backward.
We used white miso in this soup, as it is lower in sodium, but you can use darker types for a stronger, more pronounced flavor. This quick simple-to-make soup is clock full of shrimp and spinach. Miso soup is a traditional Japanese soup made with a stock called 'dashi' and softened miso paste. You can cook Spinach and Aburaage Miso Soup using 5 ingredients and 4 steps. Here is how you achieve that.
Ingredients of Spinach and Aburaage Miso Soup
- Prepare 2 of bunches Spinach.
- You need 1 of Aburaage.
- You need 2 tbsp of plus Miso.
- Prepare 600 ml of ★Water.
- It’s 1 tsp of ★Bonito dashi stock granules.
The added ingredients are entirely up to you. This recipe for miso soup suggest including spinach and tofu for a vegan and vegetarian friendly soup. Sweetened with honey and seasoned with fresh cilantr. A lot of people have miso soup every day with meals in Japan.
Spinach and Aburaage Miso Soup step by step
- Wash the spinach and slice into 3 cm-wide pieces. Loosely wrap, and microwave for 1 minute at 600 W. Soak in cold water and then squeeze out the moisture..
- Pour hot water on the aburaage to remove excess oil, and slice vertically into thin strips..
- Heat the ingredients marked ★ in a saucepan. When it has come to the boil, add the aburaage, and simmer for 1 – 2 minutes..
- Turn off the heat and dissolve the miso. Turn the heat back on, add the spinach, and bring to a gentle simmer to finish..
Because of that, there are many variations. Most of the time there are no particular I had some leftover aburaage (deep fried tofu) and onions in my fridge, so I made this. If you would like to know how to make miso soup in more detail. Simple and savory homemade miso soup with dashi stock, detailed recipe instructions on how to cook different types of miso soup. For the base of the soup you can use just water and miso, which you can find at most supermarkets.