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Japanese Clear Broth Soup

fall bowl of soup

Sometimes we just want something hot, nutritious and, well, brothy. Chili and meaty soups have their time and place, but then there are those nights when you just want something delicious, thin in texture, and warm filling your belly.

Japanese Clear Broth Soup is the perfect recipe for those nights when you are chilled to your bones, and want to nestle in with some hot soup and toasted bread.

Today’s recipe is full of healthy nutrients and vitamins because it is primarily made of meat broths and vegetables simmered together over a long period of time to create a deep rich flavor.

In a Japanese broth soup, the vegetables are removed so the soup is clear, and garnishes like scallions and thinly sliced mushrooms are added to the top.

 

 

How to Make Japanese Clear Onion Soup

  1. Start by searing large chunks of onions, carrots, ginger, and garlic in a stockpot. This helps release their flavors.
  2. Then add the broth(s) and water. Thensimmer the soup for at least one hour.
  3. Remove the chunks of veggies.
  4. Then scoop into bowls and top with fresh sliced mushrooms and scallions.

 

Today’s recipe is taken from A Spicy Perspective

Lisa Rippy

I’m Lisa Rippy, a happily married woman to my wonderful Rip. We have 5 children and we live right outside of Madison, MS. For as long as I can remember, I’ve always had a love for all things “homey” from decorating, simplifying, remodeling, organizing and simply turning a house into a "Home Sweet Home." My passion is helping families live the life they long for in the interior of their hearts and homes. It all requires thought, planning and work that Rip and I both love to do! But if there is anything at all I can do to help you and your home life, please reach out to me. Nothing would thrill me more than to inspire YOUR heart and home!

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