Step-by-Step Guide to Make Award-winning Kyoto White Miso Ozouni (Mochi Rice Cake Soup for New Years)

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Steps to Prepare Award-winning Kyoto White Miso Ozouni (Mochi Rice Cake Soup for New Years)

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The ingredients needed to make Kyoto White Miso Ozouni (Mochi Rice Cake Soup for New Years):

  1. Take 1 of bit more than 1/2 a ladle full White miso.
  2. Get 500 ml of Dashi stock.
  3. Get 1 of as many (to taste) Round mochi rice cakes.
  4. Get 1 large of or 2 small Daikon radish for zouni (small thin daikon radish).
  5. Get 1/2 of Kintoki carrots (Kyoto carrots - bright red).
  6. Get 1 bag of Satoimo (taro root).
  7. Make ready 1 of Mentsuyu.
  8. Prepare 1 dash of Dashi stock granules.

Instructions to make Kyoto White Miso Ozouni (Mochi Rice Cake Soup for New Years):

  1. Wash the carrot and daikon radish and peel. Slice into 5 mm thick rounds, and boil. When cool, cut out into flower shapes..
  2. Dilute the mentsuyu according to the directions on the bottle. Add to pan with dashi granules and sataimo. Simmer until satoimo is tender. Let cool, and transfer to a container. In another pan, warm up 500 ml of dashi stock, and dissolve the white miso in it. (It's the same as making miso soup.).
  3. Put a small amount of water in a flat heatproof dish. Wet the mochi cakes quickly and line them up on the plate. Warm them in the microwave on both sides. (If warming 3, microwave on one side for 1 minute, and the other side for 30 seconds, at 600W.) After turning over, stop cooking as soon as they start to puff up..
  4. Put the mochi cakes in the miso soup from step 2. When they are a bit soft, ladle into soup bowls. Parboil the carrot, daikon radish, and satoimo. Add and serve immediately..
  5. If you cook the mochi cakes repeatedly in the white miso soup, they become very rich and sweet, so don't make a lot of soup at one time; just make as much as you are going to eat. It tastes better that way..
  6. This is a Kintoki carrot. Its other name is Kyo-ninjin (Kyoto carrot)..
  7. These are daikon radishes for zouni..
  8. About the satoimo used in Step 2: since we always make onishime (a simmer vegetable dish also served at New Years), we often just take out some of the satoimo in the onishime and add it to the ozouni. That kills 2 birds with 1 stone. If you are making ozouni only, follow this recipe..

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