Miso Soup with Komatsuna and King Oyster Mushroom. Put dashi in a large soup pot over medium-high heat and bring to a simmer. This soup lends itself to many variations. Substitute leftover shrimp, pork, or beef for the chicken and replace the greens with other vegetables, such as finely chopped broccoli, zucchini, snow peas, or any leftover vegetables from a previous dinner.
Ingredients of Miso Soup with Komatsuna and King Oyster Mushroom
- It’s 1 bunch of Komatsuna.
- It’s 1 of King oyster mushrooms.
- It’s 400 ml of Dashi stock (or 400 ml of water with 1 teaspoon of dashi stock granules).
- It’s 1 of as much (to taste) Miso.
Place a clean, lint-free paper towel or kitchen towel directly on the surface of the liquid, pressing down until it is completely saturated and keeps the mushrooms partially submerged. Bring to a simmer over high heat, then reduce to maintain a bare simmer. This miso mushroom bowl is incredibly easy to make and utterly delicious. It's a bowl full of goodness – brown rice and stir-fried kale topped with addictive miso shiitake, which are delicious and if you are a mushroom lover, like me, it's hard not to simply eat them all straight off the baking tray.
Miso Soup with Komatsuna and King Oyster Mushroom instructions
- Cut the komatsuna and king oyster mushroom into bite sized pieces..
- Heat the dashi stock in a pot. Once it comes to a boil, add the king oyster mushroom and komatsuna..
- Add the miso and mix. When the miso is completely dissolved, it's done..
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