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Tofu, Mushrooms and Spinach in the soup
Published On: 11 Aug 2009
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Soak noodles in hot water till it becomes soft. ( 20 minutes) 2 Drain and rinse the noodles in cold running water. Drain.3 In a large sauce pan bring 600 ml water to the boil. Add dashi and stir.4 Lower the heat, add tofu, noodles and mushrooms.5 Add diluted miso paste to the soup. Switch off the flame. Do not allow it to boil or it looses its nutrition.6 Finally add baby spinach and seasoning. No salt needed.7 Serve in a big bowl.
Note Soba~ noodle are made from buck wheat and flour.Miso ~ A thick fermented paste, made from soya beans and other ingredients including wheat and rice. Available in different colours. Dashi ~ basic stock in Japanese cuisine . Made with dried kelp and dried bonito ( a fish) Available in package form as granules or in flakes.
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