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Satoimo (Taro Root) and Shimeji Miso Soup

Tuesday, December 21st, 2010
This is the final recipe for BAM 38. This is a hearty and tasty soup. The satoimo give the soup body because of the extra starchiness and the shimeji gives this miso soup extra flavor. It's, however not suited for those who shy away from slimy stuff. On a scale of 1 to 10, I would give it somewhere between a 3 and 4 but I like slimy stuff so maybe it doesn't seem that slimy.

Ingredients(Servings 2)
2 satoimo (taro root) Peeled and cut.
1/2 package of shimeji mushrooms
2 tablespoons +1 teaspoon of miso
2 cups nibandashi

Directions
1) Make nibandashi or you can use ichibandashi. As a substitute you can use 2 cups of water and 1/4 teaspoon of dashi powder.
2) Add the satoimo and boil until it tender and add the shimeji and simmer about 1-2 minutes longer.
3) Add the miso and put the miso in a ladle and use chop sticks or something to dissolve the miso before adding it directly to the soup.
4) Serve with something green on top. I used komatsuna here since I had some leftover from the komatsuna and hiyayakko.

Satoimo look like little potatoes when peeled.
Satoimo_miso_soup_peel

Cut them up and add them to the dashijiru right away for soak in water.
Satoimo_miso_soup_cut

Boil in dashijiru on low. Keep an eye on them or the pot will boil over.
Satoimo_miso_soup_boil in dashijiru

After it starts to simmer, the broth will thicken.
Satoimo_miso_soup_boil2

Pull clusters of shimeji apart.
Satoimo_miso_soup_prep shimeji

Add the soup to the soup once the satoimo are tender.
Satoimo_miso_soup_add shimeji

Serve with something green to add a little color.
Satoimo_miso_soup_served

tags: Dashijiru  Shimeji  Miso  Satoimo 
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