miso soup

Miso soup is one of those comfort foods that seems to make everything all right whether your day didn’t go quite right or the¬†weather is¬†less than perfect outside.¬† Nonetheless, I hope¬† this “suped up” version of a classic Japanese restaurant starter¬†becomes a fixture in your¬†recipe book ¬†for a quick all in one meal or a starter for¬†your next¬†family dinner.

If the voice behind the words seems a little different, then you’ve probably have figured out that “the other half” of Kitchen Runway is¬†behind the keyboard today¬†to share a little different point of view on¬†some of our favorite recipes.¬† This¬†is a quick and easy¬†recipe that takes a basic¬†Asian¬†ingredient like¬†tofu and add some other new and wonderful¬†accompaniments to it such as wakame and kamaboko.¬† Wakame is a dried seaweed that doesn’t look like much when its in its dry form, but comes to life instantly once it hits the water.¬† Kamaboko is a Japanese fish cake¬† that is bright pink and white and really is subtle and mild¬†in flavor.¬† It tastes similar to the¬†imitation crab that is in most California rolls at the sushi restaurants.

You’ll find that this isn’t your average restaurant miso soup and that it will be quite heartier along with a deeper flavor.¬† The color of¬†the bright pink Kamaboko is¬†a beautiful contrast to the¬†rest of the soup.¬† We like to add¬†steamed rice to the¬†soup¬†which turns it into a complete meal for us.

miso soup ingredients

sliced kamaboko, cubed tofu and wakame

miso soup

miso soup

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15 Responses to Miso Soup

  1. TripleScoop says:

    Oh a guest post from the hubby!

  2. kitchenrunway says:

    Triple Scoop: Yup, I hope he continues to write more!

  3. Your Number 1 Fan says:

    mmmmmm…. oishi **(0)_(0)**

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  5. I have always wanted to make this! Its one of my favorite soups! Love your blog! I am a new follower!

    xo

  6. kitchenrunway says:

    Erica: Hi!! I’m so glad you found this recipe and I hope you make it soon. Miso soup is one of our favorites too! I love that it’s simple to make and great for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Take care!! xoxo right back at ya! (btw…love the name of your blog!)

  7. Gorge pic! And how nice to see D in the kitchen. :)

  8. I love the idea of a heartier – full meal miso soup. This is a great, comforting meal now that we actually have fall in the OC :)

  9. hey quyen! i just finished posting the recap of the foodbuzz event. can’t wait to see yours soon!

  10. kitchenrunway says:

    Marla: I’m so glad that it’s slowly starting to feel a little bit more fall….We’re ready for one pot meals!

    Krissy: Yay! Food Addicts….you’re making us look like slackers! :) Derrick and I are working on our post – hope to get it up soon!

  11. mmm….a hearty bowl of miso soup! Never fail to order a bowl when we go for Japanese food. The photo is lovely.. I like the presentation.

  12. kitchenrunway says:

    Quay Po Cooks: Thank you so much!! It’s one of those things that’s so simple yet so satifying! Take care!

  13. Moallen44 says:

    This was wonderful! I love adding extras to my miso and wasn’t sure about the fish cake until I saw your recipe. I also added some mushroom…yum!!

  14. kitchenrunway says:

    Moallen44: So excited that you liked the recipe and mushrooms sound like a great addition! Thank you for trying the recipe!

  15. Sensei Ron says:

    Just came across your article. I have been drinking Miso for quite a while and have always added kamaboko, green onions and wakame. I also add shitake mushrooms, one of my favorites for its nutritional value. What I didn’t know was the addition of the dashi soup base. Something new I’ve got to try.

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