Japanese Breakfast

AJI-NO-MOTO® Umami Seasoning

Ingredients

Miso soup:
  • 4 cups (1000ml) Water
  • 1 tablespoon (15ml) Fish sauce
  • 1/2 pack (5.5g) AJI-NO-MOTO® Umami Seasoning
  • 2 Tbsps. (30g) Miso paste
  • 1 cup (200g) Tofu, cut into small cubes
  • 2 Tbsps. (10g) Spring onion, chopped
Tamagoyaki:
  • 10 pcs. (500g) Eggs, beaten
  • 1 tsp. (5ml) Soy sauce
  • 1 Tbsp. (15g) Sugar
  • 1/2 pack (5.5g) AJI-NO-MOTO® Umami Seasoning
  • 1 Tbsp. (15ml) Cooking oil
Others:
  • 3 pcs. (300g) Smoked fish, whole, fried
  • 10 cups (1600g) Gohan (Steamed Japanese Rice)

Procedure

  1. BOIL. To make miso soup, combine water, fish sauce, AJI-NO-MOTO® Umami Seasoning, and miso paste in a pot. Bring to a boil then add tofu and spring onions. Cook for 5 minutes then set aside.
  2. MIX. To make tamagoyaki, beat together eggs, soy sauce, sugar and AJI-NO-MOTO® Umami Seasoning in a bowl.
  3. FRY. In a pan, heat oil. Fry eggs, titling the pan occasionally in order to make a wider and thinner omelet. Gently roll egg to form a log, add some egg mixture, and repeat the process until you achieve the desired size of the rolled omelet. Transfer to a plate, cool and slice.
  4. SERVE. Transfer miso soup into individual bowls. Serve with tamagoyaki, steamed Japanese rice, and smoked fish. Serve and enjoy.

Cooking Tips

If you can’t make Dashi stock or you find it too costly , try making your own local version out of Tinapa Flakes, water , fish sauce and AJI-NO-MOTO®Umami Seasoning.

  Cooking Time: 30 minutes   Preparation: 40 minutes   Servings: 10   Serving size: 1 cup (160g) gohan, 1 slice (30g) smoked fish, 1 cup (120g) miso soup, 2 slices (50g) tamagoyaki

Products Used

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Nutrition Facts

Calories per serving (kcal)
382.3
Carbohydrates (g)
52.0
Proteins (g)
21.2
Fat (g)
9.6
Dietary Fiber (g)
1.4
Calcium (mg)
155.7
Iron (mg)
4.2
Sodium (mg)
658.2

Good to Know Nutrition Facts

Improved digestion — Miso’s probiotic properties play an important role in balancing gut microbiome, which is one of the most important components of health. Improved microbiome may help support proper digestion, nutrient absorption in the gut and energy regulation. Better immune function — Studies show that probiotics may support the immune system by signaling immune pathways. The better balance of bacteria in your gut may also help combat common illnesses like the flu. Support for cardiovascular health — While miso soup has been observed to contain high amounts of sodium, studies show that this soup does not cause problems in the cardiovascular system. In fact, regular consumption of miso soup may lower heart rate, which is one of the indicators of autonomic balance. 9 However, more studies are required to prove this function. Reference: https://recipes.mercola.com/how-to-make-miso-soup.aspx

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