Sunday, July 13, 2008
Ikan Bilis / Dried Anchovies
Miso Dashi (I used Instant)
Shaved Dried Bonito Flakes
Udon (I used the dried ones in packets that looks just like white spaghetti.)
How to make Miso Udon
Wash clean the dried anchovies and scallop.
Wash and Chop the tomatoes and mushrooms.
Throw the washed anchovies, scallops, tomatoes, mushrooms and instant miso dashi into a large pot of boiling water and turn the heat low for the next 30 mins in order to bring out the flavour and sweetness of the anchovies and scallops.
Boil another pot of water for the Udon. While you are doing this, put in the chopped coriander, spring onions and silken tofu. Prepare the udon in the same way as you would for spaghetti/ pasta. Set aside in bowls.
Pour the soup into the bowls of udon, and top it off with dried seaweed and shaved bonito flakes.