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Miso Soup with Pork Shabu Shabu





Miso Soup with Pork Shabu Shabu



Today's miso soup features shabu shabu pork and green leaf lettuce. Pork Shabu Shabu is a very thin pork loin (or even pork belly), cooked by sliding it in miso soup. Because the pork is very lean, it cooks quickly. The rich umami flavor of the pork enriches the soup, giving it a wonderful taste. The lettuce adds a nice crunchy texture to the dish, so try not to cook it too long. Even though this is another super easy miso soup, you still get a hearty, delicious result that pairs well with any meal or stands out on its own with steamed rice. I hope you give it a try!

Miso Soup with Pork Shabu Shabu

Miso soup with thinly sliced ​​shabu shabu pork and green leaf lettuce

Preparation time2 minutes

Time to cook8 minutes

Total time10 minutes

Course: Soup

Kitchen: Japanese

Keyword: fried pork, lettuce, miso monday, miso soup, shabu shabu

Portions: 4 portions

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  • 6 leaves green leaf lettuce
  • 7 oz very thinly sliced ​​pork
  • 4 cups Dashi
  • 4 Table spoon miso paste
  • Tear the lettuce leaves into smaller pieces. Cut the pork in half.

  • Make dashi with a dashi packet. Dissolve the miso paste in the dashi. Add the lettuce and toss the pork one slice at a time into the soup. When the meat is cooked, remove it from the heat. Serve immediately.










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