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“Miso nikomi udon is a perfect dish to enjoy the charm of miso. I would like you to try making it with familiar ingredients at home,” says a long-established store that handles miso carefully selected from all over the country. Mr. Kiyoshi Sato of the miso wholesaler
So, this time, I was taught how to make recommended miso simmered udon using not only red miso but also commonly used ingredients such as mixed miso and rice miso. A simple recipe that can be made with boiled udon or frozen udon!
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I knew that the timing to put in was different depending on the miso! ??Specialty store points
Rice miso: Miso, which accounts for about 80% of domestic production. Made by adding rice jiuqu to soybeans.
Wheat miso: Main production areas in Kyushu and Shikoku. Made from soybeans and barley jiuqu.
Bean miso: Built in the Chukyo region centered on Aichi prefecture. The main ingredient is soybeans only.
“Regardless of the raw material, it may be classified by color as” red miso “and” white miso “, but” red miso “in miso stewed udon means” bean miso “. This” bean miso “is It’s handled differently from other miso, so let’s keep the points down. “
Point ① Be sure to add sweetness to the bean miso!
Point (2) Bean miso can be simmered with ingredients!
Point ③ Add rice miso and wheat miso at the end and don’t miss the aroma!
Let’s take a look at the recipe for miso nikomi udon.
[Recipe ①]Miso nikomi udon noodles made with bean miso
“We use two types of miso so that even people who are not familiar with soybean miso can easily eat it. We use chicken and raw udon for miso stewed udon in Nagoya, but if you are not particular about the taste of authentic Nagoya, pork or frozen udon But you can make it delicious. You can use whatever ingredients you like. Try making it using the ingredients left in the refrigerator. “
(for 1 person)
Chopped pork … 50g
Deep-fried tofu … 1/2 sheet
Radish … Approximately 2 cm (60 g)
Carrots … about 1/4 (30g)
Burdock … Approximately 2 cm (20 g)
Shimeji … 1/4 pack
Long onion … about 4 cm (20 g)
Egg … 1 piece
Dashi soup … 400ml
Bean miso, rice miso … 2 teaspoons to 1 tablespoon each
Sugar … 1 tsp