If you’re ready to make your miso soup meal even healthier, try this delicious soup packed with nutrient-rich veggies and flavorful seafood.
Put 4 1/4 cups of water and radish slices into a pot and cook until tender. Remove radish and set aside.
Add bonito flakes to the pot of water and cook for 10 seconds. Spread a wet paper towel over a colander (first wring out excess water from towel) and strain the liquid. Pour the liquid into a large pot, add the Nama Koji Miso, and stir to dissolve. Set aside.
Cover carrots with water in another pot and cook until tender. Drain carrots in a colander and discard the water.
In another pot, heat water (or reserved rice rinsed water, if possible) and cook the satoimo yam until soft. Slice 4 of the pieces and set aside. Make the other 2 pieces of yam into a paste by using a strainer. Add the yam paste into the miso soup mixture.
To remove the excess oil from the aburaage, place it into a strainer and pour boiling water over the fried tofu. Cut the aburaage into 1/2″ slices and 2″ lengths.
Sprinkle salt over the salmon fillets and cook only one side in a non-stick skillet. Then place the salmon and shrimp into a steamer and cook for 1 minute.
Transfer all prepared vegetables, aburaage, salmon and shrimp into the Miso soup mixture and heat until it starts to boil.
Pour equal amounts of soup into 4 bowls. Garnish with seri.
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