This darker style red miso soup has an intensity of flavour very different from those made with the more familiar white miso. Piled on top was seafood steamed in sake and various aromatics. The combination was truly a symphony of flavours.
The look of this dish, black and white, gives no clues concerning its flavour. The subtle aniseed and nutty notes of the soup, and unexpected sweetness of the black garlic crumbs, are sure to elicit some interesting responses from your fellow diners.
While there is a bit of a surf’n’turf angle to this dish, there is so much more. The kimchi consommé is something very special. Disguised as a light colored broth, it is so packed with flavour. The Cantonese/Vietnamese style crispy roast pork belly is decadently delicious, and nicely complemented by the crispy sweet and juicy …
A variation on a Bon Appétit recipe, this will be nothing like what you are expecting. It’s a rich sumptuous soup that really doesn’t taste anything like cauliflower. The smoked paprika infused garnish adds a colorful dimension both visually and to the flavour.
Udon noodles are immersed in a rich and nutritious broth and topped with smoky grilled mushrooms and sweet roasted garlic. Delicious and so healthy.
Miso, wakame, and roasted red peppers transform the salmon head stock into something divine. Add the flaked salmon, and the carrot and daikon waffles, which act like dumplings, and you have a salmon miso soup as nutritious as it is delicious.
What was originally intended to be a Thai red curry ended up almost resembling a laksa. Whatever, this Thai inspired seafood broth was absolutely delicious. The most important ingredient in this recipe is the stock. I highly recommend you make your own salmon head stock. Make a big batch and freeze what you don’t need for next time. …