Japanese cuisine is a very popular variety of cuisine that is enjoyed by people from various cultural and religious backgrounds. One such community that comes to mind is the Muslim community. To cater to their dietary needs, effort is being undertaken to create and provide Japanese food products that are halal. In connection with that, have you wanted to try to make Halal Miso Soup? Well, let us introduce you to this recipe. Are you interested to find out more? Fantastic! Without further ado, let us begin.
Let us first take a look at the ingredients that you will need to make this dish.
|Ingredients that you will need|
|.3 cups of water (you can adjust the amount according to your needs).|
.1 tablespoon of halal dashi powder.
.1 teaspoon of wakame.
.4 tablespoons of halal miso paste (you can adjust the amount according to your needs).
.2 tablespoons of diced tofu (you can adjust the amount according to your needs).
.4 sliced mushrooms (you can adjust the amount according to your needs).
.2 stalks of spring onions (you can adjust the amount according to your needs).
|Preparation time: 30 minutes|
|Serving Size: Up to 4 persons depending on the amount of soup you are preparing|
|Difficulty Level: Easy (1 out of 5 stars)|
Now that you have been introduced to the ingredients that you need to make this dish, let us now take a look at the preparation process behind making this Miso Soup.
|1. Reconstitute your wakame in a bowl of water for about 5 to 10 minutes. You will know that it has been reconstituted once it expands. You can also douse your reconstituted wakame in hot water and then put it in cold water to enhance its colour and texture.|
2. Once you have reconstituted your wakame, leave it aside and begin boiling water in a pot.
3. Add your dashi stock to your boiling water and leave it to cook for about 5 minutes.
4. Add your reconstituted wakame, tofu, and mushrooms to your pot and let it cook for 5 to 10 minutes.
5. After you have cooked what is in your pot, leave it for about 10 minutes.
6. After that, using a strainer mix the amount of miso paste that you want to your pot.
7. Finally add chopped spring onions to your soup, mix your soup well and serve.
|Estimated cooking time: 40 minutes.|
|Notes on the Miso Paste: There are different varieties of Miso Paste such as White Miso Paste and Red Miso Paste. It is notable that Red Miso Paste is saltier than White Miso Paste.|
Places where you can find Halal Japanese food ingredients
Now that you know how to make Miso Soup you may be wondering about the shops that you can visit to buy Halal Japanese food ingredients. You can do so by checking out shops such as Zairyo Singapore, Pickme and Shopee
Some final thoughts
Beyond just introducing a new halal recipe for you to try, we also discussed some avenues that you can explore to find halal Japanese food items. The presence of this avenues make one thing clear, Japanese food is popular across cultures and significant effort is being made to cater to the many different ethnic and religious communities that adore Japanese food. With that said, enjoy your Miso Soup.