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Eggplant slices with dancing bonito flakes

This is a good side-dish to accompany a hot Japanese-style meal with sticky white rice. It has converted many a eggplant hater into liking this underappreciated vegetable. Be sure to not use too much oil, as the eggplant does appear to absorb a lot, but then re-releases it as it heats up. The final addition of the thin bonito flakes to the hot eggplant slices makes it appear as though the bonito flakes are "dancing". An exotic touch to a simple dish. - Similiar recipes

Dashi Recipe

Dashi is a quick all-purpose quick clear stock that is the heart of Japanese-style cooking. Made properly it is described as tasting of the sea. It calls for kombu seaweed (also called kombu), which is a thick dried kelp that is an essential ingredient in Japanese broths, and bonito flakes, pale pink shavings made from dried bonito fish fillets. Look for the seaweed and bonito flakes in an Asian grocery or the Asian food section of a well-stocked supermarket. Dashi is so quick to make that you can make it fresh each time you need it. Beth likes her version with one dried shiitake mushroom added. - Similiar recipes

Miso Soup

Miso soup is the main item in a Japanese breakfast and is usually eaten with rice, eggs, fish, and pickles. The soup is also served for lunch or dinner with more complex garnishes.\r\nDashi is a basic stock, made with dried bonito flakes, that is used extensively in Japanese cooking. Its clarity and flavor can make or break a dish. - Similiar recipes

Scallion, Mushroom, and Shrimp Custards

These custards are inspired by the Japanese egg custard chawan mushi, made with dashi broth (a stock of dried kelp and dried bonito flakes). We've used chicken broth for simplicity, but any broth or stock that you have on hand will work fine.\r\nSteaming the custards gives them a delicate texture, which is enhanced by the spare use of solid ingredients (the shrimp, scallion, and mushrooms). - Similiar recipes

Miso Soup Recipe

I learned how to make this at my local Asian supermarket. Thats also where i found all the ingredients. The bonito flakes make all the difference - but you can use pre-made dashi as well. Prep:5m - Similiar recipes

Miso Soup Recipe

This soup is so easy to make with endless variations. It's easy to find the konbu seaweed and bonito flakes at an Asian market. Prep:10m - Similiar recipes

Japanese Konbu And Katsuobushi Dashi Recipe

A basic Japanese dashi made with dried kelp and dried bonito flakes. Makes a clear soup stock and also a stock for cooking vegetables. Prep:10m - Similiar recipes


Japanese Spinach salad with sesame dressing. Note if you are making this vegetarian do not use the bonito flakes. They are fish.modified from a recipe in Posted by Tdorst - Similiar recipes

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