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Old 10-26-2007, 06:41 PM
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Miso Soup with Seaweed Noodles

Hummmmmm... I love miso soup! Especially with the cooler weather on its way.

Miso Soup with Seaweed Noodles
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If you like seaweed and miso, like me, then this soup is for you. It is an adaptation of Ani Phyo's recipe for miso soup. Basically, I halved or quartered her olive oil, and added a ton of seaweed. The soup is very creamy, and the seaweed makes it taste (and I hesitate to say this) like the sea, but not gross. It tastes like a coconut soup to me, with out having to add any coconut.

The "noodles" are made out of hijiki. I cannot remember which one I bought so I have included a picture. The hijiki is the black seaweed, the dulse is the purple. Arame and hijiki need to be soaked. One, once soaked, is flat and long; the other is round. The one I am using is round and plump. And seriously YUMMY.



Miso Soup with Seaweed Noodles:


For the basic soup part, put into your beloved VitaMix and blend:

3 cups water
3 TBS miso
1/4 to 1/2 cup olive oil

1 clove garlic
1/2 in hot pepper, or to taste
1 inch of ginger, or so
squeeze of lemon (optional)

In the serving bowl, add the seaweed:hijiki dulse (I used whole leaf dulse. If you use the flakes, you might consider adding them at the end so they don't clump)
I used about 1/2 cup dried hijiki, and 1/4 cup whole dulse. I like seaweed a lot.

Pour the soup on top of the miso, and let it sit for about 5 minutes to make sure the hijiki absorbs all enough moisture to plumpen up. Hijiki is hard and not fun to eat without being soaked. Dulse IS fun. It gets stuck to your teeth.

Soup garnish ideas:
shiitake mushrooms, fresh and teared into pieces
cilantro
marinated onions
marinated broccoli
nori pieces

This soup is good the next day as well.
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Old 10-26-2007, 07:51 PM
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Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhh for cold blistery Canadian winter days and nights? Yum! Joz
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Old 10-27-2007, 09:31 AM
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Hey Aisah,
We could try but without the shitake, eh?
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mmmmmm i wanna try this!
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... and the seaweed makes it taste (and I hesitate to say this) like the sea, but not gross.
That made me laugh. I may try this tonite. and maybe some tuna salad posted here. I bought some dried seaweed and some frozen moist seaweed noodle looking strips I found. And I have just been kinda staring at them, not quite sure what to do with it.
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Just curious, in assorted recipes, when the color of miso is not specified, is there a default color that everyone uses?
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