If you've ever been to a Japanese restaurant, you're probably at least somewhat familiar with some of the country's more popular soups. Try these recipes for miso, egg drop, clam, fish, or vegetarian Japanese soups.
Soup is served with most meals in Japan. Simple, subtly flavored, and satisfying, clear dashi-base broths* or soups thickened with miso, a fermented bean paste, top the list of favorites.
Oya means "parent" and ko means "child." Donburi means "large bowl," the fanciful name for this chicken-and-egg dish is a humorous play on the age-old question of which came first, the chicken or the egg. This classic one-bowl meal is simply a chicken omelet, poached in a broth seasoned with sugar and salty soy sauce and served on rice.
For an even faster meal, cut up the beef and vegetables for this soup the evening before cooking the soup.
A little dry sherry adds a nice flavor note to this Asian-inspired soup recipe.
Teriyaki sauce and ginger add Asian flavor to this beef, rice, and vegetable soup. It's a filling meal for under 200 calories.
Low in calories and fat, this chicken and snow pea soup recipe is diet friendly for lunch or dinner.