Misosiru With Pork And Green Onions, Recipe With Photo

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Misosiru With Pork And Green Onions, Recipe With Photo
Misosiru With Pork And Green Onions, Recipe With Photo

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Video: Misosiru With Pork And Green Onions, Recipe With Photo
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Water or broth - 1-1.2 l

Pork - 400-500 g

Green onions - 1 bunch

Miso paste - to taste

Noodles - to taste

  • 88 kcal
  • 25 minutes
  • 25 minutes

Photo of the finished dish

Step by step recipe with photo

In Japanese cuisine, a special place is given to miso paste - a fermented paste made from soybeans and various grains. As a component of dishes, miso pasta is one of the cornerstones of Japanese cooking. It is added to both main dishes and desserts, and as a component of soups, it gave rise to a whole category of dishes.

Misosiru (translated as "miso soup") is a common name for Japanese soups, which are prepared on the basis of broth with the addition of miso paste. Earlier, I talked about Tonjiru, a nutritious Japanese soup based on misosiru with many ingredients.

Today I want to share with you one of the simplest options for misosiru - with pork and green onions. Only four ingredients and a few free minutes - that's all you need to make this aromatic and delicious soup!

The combination of pork and green onions is just one of many options. Taking this recipe as a basis, you can add any ingredients that are in the refrigerator. Each time you get a light, nutritious and delicious soup. Try it!

Prepare your ingredients.

This version of misosiru is one of the simplest, you can change the composition and add other components as desired.

For the broth, a little water and miso paste. Instead of water, you can use dashi, a traditional broth made from tuna flakes, mushrooms, or kombu seaweed.

Meat to taste. I use pork, but it can be chicken, as well as tofu, vegetables, mushrooms.

Green onions are both an ingredient and a natural seasoning for soup. Can be substituted to complement with other fresh herbs to taste.

Noodles - from classic wheat to buckwheat, rice, potato or egg noodles.

Prepare the noodles according to the instructions on the package.

Cut the meat into small thin strips.

Place in a saucepan and cover with desired amount of water or broth.

Bring water to a boil. Cook over low heat, skimming off the foam, until the meat is tender.

Add miso paste to taste and stir well until the paste is dissolved.

Add 6 green onions. Stir and turn off heat.

Let the broth sit for a few minutes, until the onions are tender.

Pour a portion of noodles with broth. Place the pork slices on top and add a few pinches of fresh, finely chopped green onions.

Misosiru with pork and green onions is ready! Enjoy your meal!

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