- Posts tagged by Miso. I hope you can find your favorite restaurants!
"Miso", (味噌) is a fermented soybean paste, which is used in many Japanese dishes to add thickness and deepness to the flavour. There are so many kinds of miso and each has their own feature of taste. This post will introduce the full line-up of all kinds of miso and how you can use them.
This is a super simple recipe that goes well with all kinds of dishes. You just need a few ingredients and your meal might be greatly improved with a savory and fresh Japanese taste!
Three words. Creamy Miso Ramen. Miso ga Ichiban specialises in miso flavoured ramen. It's not your typical miso ramen though, it's like miso on steroids. Come hit the ramen gym of your dreams!
If you're looking for delicious ramen, but want something a little bit special, Shinbu Sakiya in Shibuya has you covered! This place is a bit of a gem on Dogenzaka. I like to think of them as a delicious ramen joint with a good cause, as they support a Cambodia NGO supporting children in need. If that's not enough of a reason to head here, the ramen here is also next level!
The Hokkaido region is like the epicentre of ramen culture in Japan. There are more ramen restaurants in Hokkaido than you can shake a stick at, each with their own style, flavour, and unique touch. Here is the ultimate list of the 11 best ramen restaurants in Hokkaido.
Doteko has a second branch in Tokyo! The popular Koenji store now has an address in Nishi Ogikubo. It serves one of Nagoya's specialty called "doteni", a miso stewed dish of pork tripes. Here is more information on this great restaurant!
At "Miso Flavor Store Matador", you can enjoy a rich bowl of miso ramen made from stewed beef bones. You won't find this kind of ramen anywhere else!