Fall Vegetable Kenchin Soup with Tomato and Miso.
You can cook Fall Vegetable Kenchin Soup with Tomato and Miso using 19 ingredients and 12 steps. Here is how you cook that.
Ingredients of Fall Vegetable Kenchin Soup with Tomato and Miso
- It's 1/2 block of Tofu (I recommend firm tofu).
- It's 5 cm of Daikon radish (peeled).
- You need 1/3 of to 1/2 Carrot (peeled).
- Prepare 1/2 stalk of Japanese leek.
- You need of Additional fall vegetables to taste: This time I used satoimo (taro root), gobo (burdock root) and mushrooms..
- Prepare 1 small of Sweet potato.
- It's 1/3 of Burdock root (peeled).
- You need 1/2 bunch of Mushrooms (I used shimeji mushrooms).
- Prepare 1 tbsp of plus Vegetable oil for stir frying (or sesame oil).
- You need 1 of Finely chopped green onion as topping (to taste).
- Prepare 1 of Shichimi spice, cheese, butter - optional (to taste).
- Prepare of Seasoning ingredients A:.
- You need 200 ml of A: Tomato puree.
- Prepare 400 ml of A: Dashi stock (relatively concentrated).
- It's 2 tbsp of A: Sake.
- You need 1 piece of A: Grated ginger (you can grated ginger from a tube).
- Prepare of Seasoning ingredients B:.
- You need 3 tbsp of B: Miso (your favorite type) or more to taste.
- It's 1 tsp of B: Sugar (as a secret ingredient).
Fall Vegetable Kenchin Soup with Tomato and Miso instructions
- Make the components ready: Drain the tofu, wrap in a kitchen towel and crumble up..
- Slice the sweet potato into 1 cm thick rounds. Slice the burdock root thinly on the diagonal. Put both in a bowl of water to get rid of any bitterness. Cut the root ends off the shimeji mushrooms and shred apart..
- Cut the daikon radish into quarters lengthwise and slice thinly. Cut the carrot into half lengthwise and slice thinly. Cut the leek into 1cm wide pieces..
- Heat some oil or sesame oil in a frying pan and stir fry all the vegetables except for the leek over medium heat..
- Add the A: ingredients and simmer over low heat while skimming off the scum..
- When the vegetables are soft, add the leek and tofu and simmer for 2 to 3 minutes..
- Add the B seasoning ingredients (miso and sugar) at the end. Bring to a simmer again and it's done. Taste and adjust as you're adding the miso..
- Ladle into serving bowls and top with chopped green onion to taste. Add some shichimi pepper powder, cheese and/or butter to taste when you're eating the soup..
- Additional note: If you leave the soup to rest for at least and hour and up to half a day, the flavors will mellow out and become even more delicious..
- Variation 1: Top with cheese and grill to turn it into a "kenchin soup gratinée"..
- Variation 2: Add some udon noodles to turn it into "Kenchin noodles". You can add soba noodles instead too..
- This is the tomato purée I used..