Tuesday, March 13, 2007

Vegetable Miso Soup

I bought a packet of miso paste sometime back but haven't got a chance to use it. Thought I'll use it today for soup.

  • 1 1/2 tablespoon Miso paste
  • 1 handful broccoli florets
  • 1/2 Carrot, sliced
  • 3 crab stick, sliced into 2
  • 750ml water
How to do it:
  1. Mixed Miso paste with water.
  2. Add all other ingredients and bring to a boil.
  3. It's ready when the vegetables are cooked.
Soooo simple, right?


  1. I am so glad to stumble on your blog while I was desperately surfing online to find some simple Singapore Local dishes to make for my husband and myself. I am a Singaporean now residing in Austin,Texas and as my husband is a Japanese, I ended up more comfortable making Japanese dishes instead on Singapore style dishes!! Your easy to make recipes really encouraged me to want to try them out as I know that the dishes will match both my husband's and my tastebuds! (^0^)

  2. Darita
    Welcome and thanks for dropping by!

    My 'Japanese' dishes aren't authentic. They are my 'try on error' dishes that finally make it on our dinner table after MANY try-outs. But I do hope you and your husband will like them.

  3. yeah, looks simple enough for me to try out hehe...just gota buy the paste now..... :)

  4. Mdm 2359
    You should try. It's a time & money-saver! Imagine I need at least 4 hrs to brew my usual soup compared to 20 minutes for this! Cook once a while not bad mah. ;)

  5. Hey I use this baby monk brand also. very nice but ex.. if come with dashi kind.

  6. Joanne,
    Really? I didnt notice leh. I just grab. hahaha.

  7. They have light or dark version also. I prefer the light version so that soup comes out nicer. My 1kg box last 6 month only. I'm asking my friend to bring back more fm Jap which cost a fraction only.

  8. Joanne,
    I dont like the dark one too. You friend stays in Japan? Wow, so good huh. Can ask your friend to bring back other Japanese food mah. hehehe. Your friend know japanese cusine? I want to learn leh. ;p

  9. She's married a Jap but crave for local food. Taught me some Jap receipe. But lots of ingredients ex here so might get some fm there if possible.

  10. Joanne,
    Hahaha ... it's always the case.
    Interesting! When you do cooking Jap food remember to blog about it okay? I want to learn leh. ;p