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Miso Soup with Mochi





Miso Soup with Mochi



Miso Soup with Mochi is a typical miso soup with tofu and green onions topped with a toasted mochi rice cake. It's similar to Ozoni (a special New Year's Eve soup), but much more casual. Dried mochi left over from the pantry is cooked in a toaster and added to the soup. You can make any miso soup recipe and add toasted mochi too.

During the winter we tend to get bags of dried mochi to eat around New Year's Day. During the winter, dried mochi are used for Ozoni soup (for New Year's Eve), cooked with a variety of toppings (see Mochi Variations recipe), or eaten as sweet desserts such as Zenzai. Then, when spring arrives, we tend to have a few forgotten pieces of dried mochi in the pantry. This is a great way to use up leftover mochi in your pantry any time of the year!

Miso Soup with Mochi

Miso soup with tofu and green onions topped with toasted mochi

Preparation time5 minutes

Time to cook10 minutes

Total time15 minutes

Course: Soup

Kitchen: Japanese

Keyword: miso, miso soup, mochi, soup

Portions: 4

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  • 4 cups Dashi cooked from scratch or use a similar package This
  • 1 package tofu into cubes
  • 2-3 green onions cut diagonally
  • 4 table spoon miso paste
  • 4 pieces mochi dry, round or rectangular
  • Bring the Dashi broth to a boil and add the cubed tofu and chopped green onions. Cover and simmer for 3 minutes.

  • Dissolve the miso paste in the soup and keep warm.

  • Toast the mochi in a toaster for about 5 minutes until they puff up and are lightly golden. Serve the miso soup in a bowl and garnish with the toasted mochi.










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