I want you to try making this Onion Miso. It’s pretty good!!
Last few months, I mostly use this miso for my miso soup.
100g Aged Miso
Mince the onion. Mix with Miso paste.Leave it in the jar.
You can start using straight away, but if you leave it, onion become brown (Miso pickled onion!) and become quite yummy.
This one is just made 10 min ago. Fresh one.
I felt little bit cold, then I thought, ” I need onion miso soup right away to get rid of my cold from my body!!” so I made new jar.
Good thing about this onion miso is… you can take all of raw onion goodies, such as keeping the blood in a smooth state with a low viscosity, helping absorb B1, antioxidant and promoting fat burning etc. as well as miso goodies!!
Normally it is too strong to eat raw onion so it need to be put in the water, but you don’t need to do that for this onion Miso.
And from the onion extract, this miso become milder. Even sweeter. I recommend to use aged miso than young /white miso for this onion miso since young/white miso with onion might become too sweet. (we want good balance of saltiness for Miso soup!)
Normally I use Dashi to make miso soup, but I also understand, you might feel too tired to make Dashi for a cup of Miso soup! Why you bother! But wait! You don’t need to go instant!
If you are too busy or too tired to make Dashi, go with this onion Miso. Even without Dashi,without adding any vegetables, you cam make tasteful enough miso soup from this onion miso! (of course, you can use Dashi and use this onion miso! )
Of course, not only for miso soup, you can use for other cookings as well! Dressing, dipping sauce, marinade fish/meat….infinite usage 🙂
Keep the jar in the fridge! Hope you enjoy it xx