Thursday, September 1, 2011

Pork and Vegetable Miso Soup

Here's another NHK World recipe.  Wendell made this a few weeks ago. I really, really liked this miso soup.  It was so flavorful.  I wish I could have some right now . . . except for the daikon.  I don't like cooked daikon . . . kinda makes me gag.   Dunno why.

Click here for the recipe.


mmiissee said...

oohhh, the food is making me hungry hehehe...Don't forget Okinawan Festival this weekend! ^_^

Anonymous said...

Hello Jalna, I just made the soup and it was so delish !

I think that your husband used that frozen bag of veggies that I also use for nishime or sukiyaki. I happened to have a bag and used it and it made things so simple and easy. I pu the pork from palama supermarket as well as the konnyaku.

Super tasty and simple to do :)

After reading the recipe It reminded me of the same recipe that sushi king serves. Sure enough it does taste very similar.Its something Ive been wanting to replicate.

thanks !

Betty Townsend said...

Wow! YUM!

jalna said...

I just found out it's Okinawan Festival weekend, Mmiissee. Gonna try and make it on Sunday.

Awwww Anon, I'm so glad it worked out for you. I'll tell Wendell.

So yummy Betty. I've been hinting to Wendell that I wanna eat it again.

OkiHwn said...

I can't believe that you don't like cooked daikon. It's an essential ingredient in oden, and in many soups of Japan and Korea. I even put it into my beef stew.

jalna said...

I know Nate . . . I don't know why. I like the flavor it gives to shiru so I'll even include it when I make miso soup myself, but I can't eat the cooked daikon.