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Use 1 sachet of prepacked bonito daishi (bonito flakes stock) from Japanese food section. Boil 2 pints of water, then add in the bonito daishi powder. Boil for about 10 minutes, then add 2 tbsp of miso. Cut silken tofu into small cubes. Add enoki mushrooms to soup. Sprinkle some dehydrated wakame (a type of seaweed, “instant” is fine) and boil with for about 3 minutes. Dish soup into a bowl and put in the diced silken tofu and sprinkle with thinly sliced spring onion.

Miso Soup

Use 1 sachet of prepacked bonito daishi (bonito flakes stock) from Japanese food section. Boil 2 pints of water, then add in the bonito daishi powder. Boil for about 10 minutes, then add 2 tbsp of miso. Cut silken tofu into small cubes. Add enoki mushrooms to soup. Sprinkle some dehydrated wakame (a type of seaweed, “instant” is fine) and boil with for about 3 minutes. Dish soup into a bowl and put in the diced silken tofu and sprinkle with thinly sliced spring onion.

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Japanese food....always so appealing to the eye!

Japanese food....always so appealing to the eye!

Tsukune, a type of yakitori, is a lightly seasoned mixture of chopped chicken formed into a sausage before being grilled and glazed with a sweet and savory taré.

Tsukune

Tsukune, a type of yakitori, is a lightly seasoned mixture of chopped chicken formed into a sausage before being grilled and glazed with a sweet and savory taré.

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