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Ajinomoto Soup Stock Hondashi (Original Version)

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Ajinomoto Soup Stock Hondashi (Original Version)

NZ$ 106.00 NZ$ 64.00 Save: (39.62%)
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Not Quite as Good as from Scratch but ---The results from powdered stock aren't quite as tasty as what you'd get boiling down dried bonito flakes or dried fish themselves *but* this little bottle will save you the 8 or so hours of pervasive fish-stink that comes with making your own from scratch. I'm not a huge fan of fish, but love Japanese food. Dashi is in almost ~everything~ and this is a way for me to make it easily in small amounts for single recipes without dry-heaving :34amazing addition to the perfect miso soupThese Hon-Dashi granules are a BIG addition in flavor to miso soup. This soup stock imparts additional savory flavor to the soup and can even be used as a base in other soups as well.My recipe is usually:1. 4 cups water2. 1.5-2 tsp Hon-Dashi granules3. 2 Tbsp miso paste4. dried seaweed and/or tofu, as necessaryI boil the water over the stove, add the dashi granules until dissolved fully, then add in the miso paste (breaking apart clumps). Finally, I add the tofu or seaweed.I strongly recommend Hon-Dashi as an addition to miso soups - the extra flavor is fantastic!5Great dashi base!I finally decided this is my go to dashi base. I use it primarily for miso soup base, but also use it for ramen and udon noodle bases too.I was always going between this and the sachets (Ajinomoto always!) because it is almost half the price as this jar. However, the jar keeps my dashi more fresh. Which makes it last longer.I do between 1/3 and 1 tsp of dashi per 1 cup of water. 1/3 for my daughters, 1/2 for my wife, and 1 tsp for me. Then I use between 1 and 2 tbsp of miso paste. White for the kids, 1 tbsp white and 1 tbsp red for the wife, and 2 tbsp red for me.I'll boil the dashi, add any veggies, remove from heat, then add the miso.In any case, this dashi powder is 85-90% as good as Bonito flakes. It's totally worth the almost double the price of the sachets, the only time I'll buy the sachets is when I'm cooking for a group of friends, otherwise I find if I'm not finishing the whole sachet in a week to a week and a half, it starts to lose flavor and starts to taste like my fridge. With this jar, I can keep the jar for months with no issue.Buy with confidence!5If your Miso is lacking that Bonito Fish flavor you want, try thisI'm new to Japanese cooking and tried some Seaweed Miso soup and liked it, but the broth seemed it lacked a lot of flavor. Said it used Bonito granules for the broth. So I looked up Bonito Granules and was directed to this product. Expiration dates were 6-1-18 qand 7-3-18 on the 2 jars I bought. Added it to my soup tonight and the flavor was much improved. Granules were fine and disappeared immediately in the broth. Bottle says to refrigerate after opening.......... It's very good.5FLAVORED SALT & SUGARReally? This is what you would have people eat? Shame on you. I'm sure selling flavored salt and sugar is why you don't have a picture of the ingredients displayed for people to see --- so, I'm providing one.1Instant Dashi stockI don't know how to make dashi and every recipe I have seems to call for dashi. When I found this product, I had no idea what to expect or if it was even what I was looking for. I was a bit confused by the description so, I will clarify what confused me in my review.This is a small jar of granules (bullion) and you add it to hot water to make instant Dashi stock.It smells amazing, tastes perfect, and it was exactly what I needed for my recipes. I will definitely purchase again.5This is the stuff!I moved and have yet to find a grocery store near my new abode that carries "world" items like this in their stocks, so I turned to amazon for it.This is exactly what I needed, thank you!So far as the actual product goes, it's just instant bonito stock. Sorta like bouillon cubes - it's not the absolute best way to go about it but especially in this case, it's very much close enough, especially for the effort involved.If you're looking to make a miso base for any dish, this will do the trick.5It's a Necessity for Traditional Japanese CuisineDashi is almost literally a necessity when it comes to cooking traditional Japanese food, especially when you don't have the time or resources to make stock from scratch. Just a little of it goes a long ways, so you get plenty of bang for your buck, not to mention if you add a little soy sauce and sake, it makes the flavor profile of any meat so much deeper. I seriously can't recommend this enough.5This is my favorite ingredient in Japanese cookingThis is my favorite ingredient in Japanese cooking. I could make my own dashi but I like to keep it simple. All you have to do is measure out a little with some hot water and you are done. I've seen a lot of reviews where people use it for miso but I usually use it to make soup base for udon or sukiyaki. Sometimes I'll add some when I'm making a pot of rice for some extra flavor. This stuff does have MSG so if you are sensitive to that, just get some bonito flakes and konbu and make your own dashi.4Incorrect description - tasty productI ve never purchased this product so didn t know what to expect. The description says Includes 3 individual packets. It does not. It is a glass container with 2.11 oz of product. That being said, I found instructions for use online (1 cup hot water to one tsp. Hondashi) and it s very tasty and will work well for the udon soup I want to make.5
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