Thanks to my friend, Youngduk Kim, for this recipe.
This is a quick meal for a week night. Since the miso paste already has dashi flavoring (available in Asian markets), there is no need to make dashi from scratch. However, if you have more time on your hands, dashi is easy to prepare. Just substitute 2 cups of dashi stock for the water and […]
Grill ’em, poach ’em, stick ’em in a stew. *Soy-lime Dipping Sauce
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