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Miso Soup

I adore Miso Soup.  Its not something I had ever heard of when I was growing up and in fact it is only something which I have come to enjoy over the past couple of years.  Japanese in origin it is a usually composed of  a clear broth made using Miso paste and containing noodles and other bits and bobs that you love to eat.  The important parts are the broth and the noodles, after that pretty much anything goes.  I love the flavour of Miso.  Miso is a fermented Japanese soya food made using the special koji fermentation culture and different types of grains.  It usually comes in paste form.

More often than not Ramen noodles are used in Miso soup. I love, LOVE Ramen Noodles. Yutaka make lovely soup bases that are great with come with both the Miso or Soya soup base and the noodles!  They come in two different flavours.  Miso Ramen Noodles with Miso Soup and Kotsu Ramen Noodles with Creamy Soya Soup.  Simply add boiling water and wait several minutes.  Then you can begin adding whatever goodies you want with your soup.  Chopped veg, sliced cooked meats, poultry or fish, cooked egg, etc.  Whatever floats your boat!  Its delicious, healthy and quite addictive!!  These soup kits are delicious and make it all very easy! The Yutaka range of authentic Japanese food products was introduced to the UK market in 1995. The growing range now includes ingredients for sushi, sauces, soups, rice, noodles and ?easy to use? meal kits. Having been the first in the market, the brand continues to be the leading authentic Japanese range in 16 countries across Europe and the Middle East.

Tazaki Foods, the name behind the Yutaka brand, was the pioneer of Japanese food in the UK when the company opened the first Japanese restaurant in the country over 35 years ago. Since then we have been the leading supplier to the Japanese restaurants, hospitality industries and food manufacturers in the UK. It is these ma...
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