Miso Soup with Eggplant (Canh Miso Cà Tím) is one of the most nutrition & good for health in many Vietnamese Soup Recipes. Miso soy sauce is usually used as spice in many Japanese dishes. It helps enhancing your health, detoxify for vegetable and really good for your heart. When it is combines with other Vietnamese ingredients will create a specific flavor which you have never tasted before.
The soup is sweet and clear as the result of eggplant and bean sprouts combination. What are you waiting for? Let us start cooking one of our delicious Vietnamese Soup Recipes and enjoy the dish with your family and friends. With just 7 steps, the dish will be ready to be served.
1 eggplant (Medium size)
200g of bean sprouts
2 spoons of miso (a type of Japanese soy sauce – you can buy it in supermarket)
1 spoon of Katsuodashi tuna soup powder.
Step 1: Wash the eggplant, cut in half, slice it and soak in cold water with some salt for 15 minutes. Then, take it out and let it dry.
Step 2: Remove the route of bean sprouts, wash it and let it dry.
Step 3: Wash spring onions and slice it.
Step 4: Mix well miso with some cold water.
Step 5: Add into the stove 2 bowls of water, add tuna soup powder and soluble them. When the water is boiled, add the eggplant in and cook till the eggplants are well done.
Step 6: Add the bean sprouts in and cook it.
Step 7: Add the miso mixture in step 4 in the stove, stir it, and turn off the heat so the soup will not boil again. Next, add the sliced spring onions in. Remember not to let it boil again, otherwise, the dish would be ruined and you will not be able to complete one of our stunning Vietnamese Soup Recipes.
Finally, you can serve Miso soup with Eggplant (Canh Miso Cà Tím) with rice and enjoy when it is still hot. This dish is extremely good for your health, especially for those whose heart diseases or high blood pressure. So how do you like one of our delicious Vietnamese Soup Recipes? Vietnamese Food Team hopes that we had delivered a delicious dish with many healthy utilities for you and your family. Good luck to your cooking!