• 18Jun

    Recipe: Miso Fish Soup

    Another one from Becca – she is a rally good and inventive cook.

    This is the really tasty soup that seems to [cheese] off everyone on all floors of PSSRI and ppl in the chemistry depatment. It is like these ppl have a fish phobia or something!!!! 4 portions

    Ingredients: 2 garlic cloves finely sliced 5cm fresh ginger grated (i use a cheese grater!) 3 packs of miso paste (some brands contain yeast – i use Blue Dragon brand which is yeast free. you can find it in the supermarket aisle with other oriental sauces/noodles etc) 200g cod (or other white fish) cut into chunks 2 red peppers deseeded and chopped 3 pak choi sliced 2 handfulls mangetout or sugar snap peas 100g Fresh peas 4 spring onions

    • Bring 1 and 1/4 litre water to boil. Add garlic, ginger and miso, boil for 1 min then add fish and the mangetout/sugar snap peas and pepper. Bring to boil then simmer.
    • Skim off the foam, cook for 2 mins.
    • Add pak choi & spring onions and cook for a further minute
    • Place into bowls add raw fresh peas, stir and serve.

    Tips: • Add thin rice noodles to cold soup that contains a lot of liquid, reheat in the microwave for 3 mins and voila – a homemade pot noodle or more substantial meal…. • I add all sorts of veg like runner beans instead of mangetout or sweetcorn instead of peas etc

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