Did you know that there is a type of miso soup called tonjiru? You can easily experience tonjiru by preparing only hot water.
Tonjiru, also known as butajiru, literally means “pork soup”, and is a kind of miso soup that also includes sliced pork. Other typical garnishes include burdock, carrot, potato, shiitake mushroom, tofu, konjac (yam cake), and green onion, so it is more filling and nutritious than ordinary miso soup.
You can sense the original flavor of ingredients as well as the umami and robustness of pork because it does not contain chemical flavorings.
Place a block of freeze-dried miso soup in a bowl, and add 180ml of hot water to it.
Stir it well and it is ready to serve.
- Net contents: 125g (12.5g × 10 servings)
- Main ingredients: Pork (from Japan), barley miso, rice miso, green onion, burdock, fried tofu, carrot, lard product, spicy oil, sugar, dashi base, powdered yeast extract, powdered Chinese cabbage extract, salt, spices, starch, dextrin, powdered shiitake mushroom extract
- Nutrition facts (per 12.5g): Energy 57kcal, protein 2.9g, fat 3.1g, carbohydrate 4.4g, sodium 1.8g
- Potential allergens: Milk, wheat, soybean, chicken, pork
- Made in Japan
- FFéVerified BuyerI recommend this productRated 5 out of 5 stars7/24/23Incredible taste! Beats conventional instant miso
The flavour is so rich, I couldn't believe it can't from that inconspicuous dried up square and water.
If you're a fan of miso soup, you must try one of Amano's freeze dried miso soups. They are a world apart from conventional instant miso soup!
The soupe has a delicious few thin slices of pork, but honestly the broth is so good I wouldn't even have cared if there were none. The soup also has bits of various vegetables which are pretty tasteless but don't deter from the incredible taste of this soup.
If you are hesitating, definitely give it a try!