Recipe by Ayumi
"This is a traditional soup served in Japan over New Year's. The mochi cakes, kelp, bonito flakes, and naruto can be found in Japanese grocery stores. Sake can be found in the wine section of many grocery stores (as well as Japanese stores)."
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1 (4 inch) piece
dashi kombu (dried kelp)
bonito shavings (dry fish flakes)
spinach, rinsed and sliced
frozen toasted mochi squares, thawed
naruto (fish paste stick with a red spiral pattern)
yuzu (citron) peel
First I believe there is a typo that should be noted. Naruto is a fish "cake" formed as a log either in a plastic warp as a round tube shape or on a wooden stick but not as a "paste".
Thank you for your share I finally got it right! I didn't realize sake was used, and that makes the flavor so much better. My mom isn't around to make this any more, but now I finally can make it at home for myself. Now I never have to miss this soup ever again.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 2
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