Share Vegetarian/ Vegan Recipes

Wednesday, November 25, 2009
at 7:25 PM

Hi everyone....
If you have a recipe for vegetarian / vegan, let's share with us here. Especially this time please only recipe except food cake recipes, recipe so special lunch / dinner. It's easy, post your recipes by clicking 'Post a Comment'. I hope your participation will help our colleagues who need vegetarian recipes.

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Go Veg .....


Anonymous said...

Normal Healthy Miso Soup

4 cups water, if you use instant dashi (If you use home-made dashi, make 4 cups)
1-1/2 teaspoons of instant Dashi (not katsuobushi or nibosh based) or make your own Dashi using shiitake mushrooms or kombu''kelp''
1/2 cup cubed firm tofu
1/2 cup miso paste (fermented soybean paste)
2 tablespoons green onion
some wakame seaweed, to taste, cut into small pieces (optional)


1) Make dashi, if not using instant.
How to Make Kombu (Kelp) Dashi (a Japanese vegetable broth made with kelp): Soak 1/2 ounce (15 grams) dried kombu (don't rinse first, it'll get rid of the flavor!) in 4 cups water for 2 hours. Put kombu and water in a cooking pot and bring to a boil over medium heat. When water boils, remove kombu with a strainer. The remaining liquid is your kombu Dashi. The removed kombu can be used to cook in other recipes.

How to make Shiitake Dashi (a Japanese soup broth made with dried shiitake mushrooms): Soak 1/2 cup (4 ounces) shiitake mushrooms in 4 cups water for 30 minutes. Put shiitake and water in a cooking pot and bring to a boil over medium heat. When water boils, turn off heat and let mixture stand for 30 minutes. Remove shiitake with strainer. The remaining liquid is your shiitake dashi. The removed shiitake mushroom can be used to cook in other recipes.

2) Heat your pot with the dashi stock over low heat. Add tofu and wakame seaweed. Allow seaweed to simmer in soup until tender (Wakame seaweed looks like slippery spinach. It is thin, deep green, and most often sold either fresh or dehydrated.) You can add small slices of shiitake if you want.

3) Once seaweed is tender, turn off heat. Stir miso into broth, little by little. Your broth should be cloudy looking. (By turning off the heat you wont have to worry about burning or over cooking the miso.)

4) Put your soup into a bowl and add green onions while its still hot! Wait half a minute before consuming to allow the juice from the onion to flavor the broth. (This method allows it to flavor the broth but at the same time keeps the onion fresh tasting instead of soggy.)

Happy Eating. Don't forget to say ''itadakimasu'' before eating and ''Gochisou-sama'' once finished. Smiley

Source of recipe: i found this recipe long time ago but cant remember where from but i have modified it and made simpler directions.

Makes: 4 or 3 servings depends on how much you want for yourself :p, Preparation time: not long, Cooking time: couple of min

Anonymous said...

Vegan Dashi (Soup Stock)(Japanese)

4 cups cold water
5 inch piece kombu (kelp, find in Asian market)
3 whole shiitake mushroom
pinch dried wakame (kelp, similar to kombu)
2 tablespoon sake
2 tablespoon mirin (sweet rice wine)
1/2 teaspoon sugar
2 1/2 tablespoon shoyu (Japanese soy sauce)


Dust off kombu and cut with scissors 3/4 of the way though.

In a pan, add water, kombu and shiitake and soak for about 1 hour.

Then, bring the pot nearly to the boil, and remove kombu, add wakame and bring to boil, simmer for 5 min.

Add remaining ingredients and simmer for 2 mins, drain out shiitake and wakame.

I found this makes a lot so I freeze into ice cubes to use for later (when I want to make miso soup or udon oshiru (udon noodle soup).

I find many dried "instant" dashi always contain fish or seafood. This is not "instant" but tastes just as good.

Serves: 4

Preparation time: 1 hr

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