Easy Homemade Easy & Convenient Dashi Soy Sauce Recipe

Easy Homemade Easy & Convenient Dashi Soy Sauce Recipe


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To begin with this recipe, we have to prepare a few ingredients and a few step. Here is how you cook that.



Ingredients of Easy Homemade Easy & Convenient Dashi Soy Sauce Recipe


  1. 20 grams Bonito shavings or bonito flakes
  2. 200 ml Soy sauce
  3. 100 ml to 150 ml Mirin
  4. 1 sheet Kombu seaweed (5 x 10 cm)



How To Make Easy Homemade Easy & Convenient Dashi Soy Sauce Recipe


  1. Put the soy sauce and mirin into a pot and turn on the heat to medium. Once it begins to boil, stop the heat and add the bonito flakes. Turn on the heat again and simmer on low heat for 1 minute. Stop the heat.

  2. When the bonito flakes have sunk to the bottom, strain through a colander. Once cooled, put into a storage container, add the konbu, and refrigerate.

  3. After 1 day has passed, remove the konbu. This will keep in the fridge for 2 - 3 months.

  4. After straining the bonito flakes, wring out the excess moisture and dry-fry them in the frying pan to create furikake (rice seasoning flakes). If you would prefer to keep them moist, you don't need to toast them.

  5. Simmered Green Peppers & Bonito Flakes You can use the strained bonito flakes from this recipe so you don't waste anything (with sake as the only other additional seasoning).


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