Recipe: Tasty Tonjiru (Miso Soup with Veggies and Pork)

Tonjiru (Miso Soup with Veggies and Pork). Tonjiru is a savory pork and vegetable miso soup with an excellent source of B vitamins, fiber, and minerals and it's nourishing and oh-soul-fulfilling! Please read my disclosure policy for details. As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.

Tonjiru (Miso Soup with Veggies and Pork) The name came from pork/pig (豚) and soup (汁) because the key ingredient of this soup is pork. The kanji character "豚" can be read as "ton" or "buta" as Japanese reading of kanji usually has two (sometimes more) ways. #tonjiru #misosoup #misosoupwithporkandveggies. Tonjiru recipe(miso soup w/ pork and veggies). You can have Tonjiru (Miso Soup with Veggies and Pork) using 8 ingredients and 3 steps. Here is how you achieve that.

Ingredients of Tonjiru (Miso Soup with Veggies and Pork)

  1. You need 100 g of pork.
  2. Prepare 1/2 of carrot.
  3. It’s 1 of potato.
  4. Prepare 1/3 of konnyaku.
  5. You need 1/2 of onion.
  6. Prepare 1 Tbsp of miso.
  7. It’s 500 ml of dashi soup.
  8. You need 2 tsp of sesame oil.

I've told you guys before about my tonjiru (豚汁) before, with big chunks of pork belly and vegetables, it's more like a hearty pork and miso stew than a 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. Even though it is a Miso Tonjiru has a distinct pork flavor and strong taste from Gobo. Don't get alarmed because of Gobo, it actually tastes very good.

Tonjiru (Miso Soup with Veggies and Pork) instructions

  1. Chop all vegetables and pork into small pieces. (Since I have a small child, I cut them into a child-sized pieces, but you can cut as you wish.) Heat a pot with the sesame oil, add all the veggie and pork and fry on medium heat..
  2. Once cooked, add dashi soup (Japanese soup stock made from fish and kelp. You can also find "dashi powder" which you can make dashi easily by just adding water) and keep cooking on low heat with the lid on until the vegetables are soft, usually about 10 min..
  3. Finally add miso. Using a ladle, dissolve miso with some dashi soup. This is the good way to dissolve miso when making miso soup. Then mix in the miso to the veggies and pork and it's ready to eat! It is also good to garnish with a bit of "shichimi" – a mixture of red pepper and other spices..

All the flavor of the pork. We are making healthy, nutritious Tonjiru, pork miso soup with lots of vegetables. The root vegetables and pork will warm you up. This tonjiru doesn't use any extra oil, making the soup exceptionally healthy. 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.

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