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The ingredients needed to prepare Creamy Dango Miso Soup:
- Provide 2 Fish broth packets
- Take 1360 ml (45.98 fl oz) Water *160 ml (5.41 fl oz) is for dango balls
- Prepare 220 g (7.76 oz) Dango rice flour / Joushinko rice flour
- Provide 500 g (17.63 oz) Vegetables *whatever you like is fine
- You need 3 tbsp Miso paste *white
- Take to taste Green onion
Steps to make Creamy Dango Miso Soup:
- Put water and fish broth packets in a pan and wait 30 mins.
- Peel and slice vegetables. I'm using radish, carrots, burdock and konnyaku this time.
- If you want to add potatoes or sweet potatoes, soak in water for 10 mins. to remove any scum.
- Take out 160 ml of water which soaked the fish broth packets in the pan and pour in the bowl. * Depends on the dango powder you will use, the amount of water might be slightly different. Follow the indicated guide of the packages.
- Put vegetables into the pan and stew with low heat.
- Put dango rice powder in the bowl and knead well.
- Scoop some and make an one - bite size flat round shape and put in the pan as soon as it's made.
- Once the dango is cooked, it comes to the surface just like gnocchi pasta.
- Put the miso paste in, melt well, and stew with low heat for 15 mins.. You can add a pouched egg if you like. My grandmother put one in for breakfast.
- Stop the heat, take out fish broth packets and rest the soup for 30 mins., and then heat again to serve.
- While resting & cooling down, the good flavor of miso will soak deep inside the ingredients and a slight amount of dango rice powder melts into the soup. It makes this soup rich & creamy, just like a white stew.
- Pour the soup into a serving bowl and put some green onion on top for a nice presentation!
- You can make the miso soup with your favorite vegetables! This is the one I cooked with sweet potatoes the other day. Tofu & wakame seaweed combination is also good!
- You can get all the ingredients I used here at Jungle Jim's in Cincinnati, OH. They are in the Japanese section. White miso is the light yellow / beige one, dango powder is the blue one (Joushinko, pink one, is also okay if dango powder is not available.)
- Konnyaku jelly is the gray slimy rectangle one just above the tofu. It is made from the a potato called the "devil's tongue". It is a Japanese healthy food which is low in fat and contains lots of fiber, to reduce absorbing cholesterol and sugar. Also has effects to prevent diabetes, high blood pressure, and arteriosclerosis.
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