Posts Tagged: Japanese

Miso Vegetable Soup

This is the simplest soup ever. Add whatever vegetables you have knocking around, I find carrots, spinach and mushrooms work well. The only essentials are seaweed and the spring onion. I like to have this for breakfast with a fruit

Miso Vegetable Soup

This is the simplest soup ever. Add whatever vegetables you have knocking around, I find carrots, spinach and mushrooms work well. The only essentials are seaweed and the spring onion. I like to have this for breakfast with a fruit

Ganmodoki/Fried Tofu and Vegetable Balls

I always seem to have leftover blocks of tofu in the fridge, and as it has a very short lifespan, this is a great way to use up a surfeit. Once cooked these can be frozen and are also lovely

Ganmodoki/Fried Tofu and Vegetable Balls

I always seem to have leftover blocks of tofu in the fridge, and as it has a very short lifespan, this is a great way to use up a surfeit. Once cooked these can be frozen and are also lovely

Japanese Mushroom Rice

This is lovely hot or cold in a packed lunch with the ganmodoki recipe above (fried tofu-vegetable balls).

Japanese Mushroom Rice

This is lovely hot or cold in a packed lunch with the ganmodoki recipe above (fried tofu-vegetable balls).

Agedashi Tofu

This is my favourite way to eat tofu. Fried until golden and then dipped in a tangy ginger-soy sauce with fresh grated daikon/mooli/Asian radish, it’s really easy to make.  You can buy blocks of cotton tofu for around £1.50 in

Agedashi Tofu

This is my favourite way to eat tofu. Fried until golden and then dipped in a tangy ginger-soy sauce with fresh grated daikon/mooli/Asian radish, it’s really easy to make.  You can buy blocks of cotton tofu for around £1.50 in