How To Make Miso Soup

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  • sheena valencia
    sheena valencia 3 days ago

    Btw, do you guys eat nato while in Japan?

  • sheena valencia
    sheena valencia 3 days ago

    I like the rehydrated seaweed in my miso soup... 👍🏻😁😁

  • Vincent Galura
    Vincent Galura 3 days ago

    Lol Neptuns Anus ahahaha

  • Grass Hope
    Grass Hope 11 days ago

    So helpful, my misu paste didn’t include any instructions

  • Lisa Gurung
    Lisa Gurung 15 days ago

    It oba 6:09

  • Amber Tweed
    Amber Tweed 16 days ago

    Did you know that it’s really easy to make your own miso too? And after 3 years of fermenting, it becomes medicinal so it’s great for when you’re sick!

  • Lilac
    Lilac 19 days ago

    Actually, for me, the seaweed is one of the best things in miso soup ^^' Guess I like the texture and never thought of it as mermaid toilet paper

  • Dorothy Louderback
    Dorothy Louderback 20 days ago

    I love your videos! Thank you for sharing how to make dashi and miso! I have tried both of your recipes, and they are amazing!

  • Han - nah
    Han - nah 24 days ago

    If you don't use/make the Dashi and you just use water + miso paste...I assume it doesn't have as much delicious flavour but can anyone comment on whether it would still taste good (ish)? (As a student, my standards for my own cooking are quite low.)

  • Deranged_psyc046
    Deranged_psyc046 24 days ago

    it is oba =3=

  • Electric Cheetah
    Electric Cheetah 27 days ago

    oh-bah-san with a short a in the bah

  • dabio haki
    dabio haki 29 days ago

    Martina is so cool, she love explore food and not afraid to try new food..but in the same time she can cook in so fun way.. eat more cook more 😘 sorry simon, if you wanna my `cool` praised you must show us your cooking video😜 hehhehe

  • lil moe
    lil moe 29 days ago

    There are many more kinds of Miso. There are books full of the various miso's . Many colors many tastes, many textures.

  • StarleePie47
    StarleePie47 Month ago

    "Aunt" is Oba-san
    Not to be confused with Obaa-san, which is "Grandmother"

  • Heidi Kamil
    Heidi Kamil Month ago

    can I keep my dashi stock in the fridge until use?

  • Bárbara Hernández

    Hi guys! I wanted to share with you something that happened today! I live in a very small town in latin america so I had never had true Japanese food. I had had "sushi" but you know. Nothing special or truly japanese. BUT! Today I found out about a tiny tiny restaurant run by a Japanese man married to a Venezuelan woman (they both were THE SWEETEST) so I got sooo excited and finally I tried miso soup. They even showed me inside of the kitchen how they made it! I know this was long af, but i've been having a rough time lately and you have no idea how meaningful this was to me and really lifted me up! I just wanted to let you know for some reason ❤❤❤❤❤🙌🙌

  • Danastri Ciptaningrum

    Question: How long can I store the konbu water?

  • Dieu Hien Truong
    Dieu Hien Truong Month ago

    love you MARTINAAA

  • Steven Rappolee
    Steven Rappolee Month ago

    forget the bonito flakes and use smoked haddeck

  • Allison Hamilton
    Allison Hamilton Month ago

    I now want miso soup... damn it... stomach says "no you had pizza!"

  • Mya Johnson
    Mya Johnson Month ago

    you talk to much

  • Moganavani Kannaiah

    when ur nt Japanese, bt u like ur Japanese food so much, u r seriously impressed with dashi dancing on takoyaki. you go whooaaaawww. i totally can relate.

  • LimpyDog
    LimpyDog Month ago

    first of, i just recently found your channel, and i LOVE IT! i have some wierd fasination with Japan, and have had it since i was a little kid, and I love food, so this is the perfect channel to follow. Second, I love your personalitys, and style. you should check out "mind of a chef" with David Chang, since lots of it is based of japanses cousine.

  • cupcakelikes
    cupcakelikes Month ago

    LOL @ mermaid toilet paper! HAHAHAHA I <3 wakame!

  • Corgi Mother
    Corgi Mother Month ago

    Okay Simon-Martina, now please do a cat training video!

  • C Quiles
    C Quiles Month ago

    Just ate...and now I'm hungry again XD That looks so delicious!

  • Kabrielle F. Jones
    Kabrielle F. Jones 2 months ago +1

    I always wanted to try Miso but I don't like and don't eat ANY fish...😭😭😭

    • Secret Diary of a Foodie
      Secret Diary of a Foodie Month ago

      Kabrielle F. Jones you don't take the fish in the finished miso soup. It doesn't taste 'fishy' at all, it mainly tastes umami and a bit salty from the seaweed and miso (with more depth). No need to fear trying it if you don't like fish.

  • sashimi
    sashimi 2 months ago

    Sea vegetable 101
    1. Seaweed = Wakame (ワカメ) = 미역
    2. Kelp = Kombu (昆布) = 다시마
    3. Roasted seaweed sheet = Nori (海苔) = 김

  • Allison Hamilton
    Allison Hamilton 2 months ago

    I don't remember if I did this already but thank you! My miso soup doesn't taste like gritty water that aspires to be sea water when it grows up!

  • Ghe Subowo
    Ghe Subowo 2 months ago

    I love yr video....I'm learning it and laughing at the same time....your so funny but very clear in teaching how to make this miso it.!!..

  • The Ducky
    The Ducky 2 months ago

    can you use dried nori?

    • Secret Diary of a Foodie
      Secret Diary of a Foodie Month ago

      The Ducky no. She says so in the video. Completely different thing that would not work as a replacement at all.

  • Kelyta1986
    Kelyta1986 2 months ago

    Miso Soup hasn't it noodles pasta our something?

    • Kelyta1986
      Kelyta1986 Month ago +1

      Secret Diary of a Foodie thank you for clarifying my doubt 😊

    • Secret Diary of a Foodie
      Secret Diary of a Foodie Month ago

      Kelyta1986 no. Usually tofu and seaweed as shown here. Ramen and udon soup have noodles in them.

  • Satopi3104
    Satopi3104 2 months ago

    wait, wait - you look like you are mixing an aka miso (red miso) and an awase (mixed) miso, not a shiro (white) miso. like it's so strange you are obviously SUPER knowledgeable, knowing to not boil the konbu or the miso but I can swear that is not white miso...

    • Secret Diary of a Foodie
      Secret Diary of a Foodie Month ago

      Satopi3104 she said it correctly at the start when she was explaining the difference between the miso pastes, what she was going to use and why. Then accidentally called it "white miso" after that. It was just a 'brain fart' (unthinking error), she definitely knows the difference by how she explained it at the start. Would have been good if they caught it while editing and put in an annotation so people don't get confused, but oh well 😊

  • Yuck Foutube
    Yuck Foutube 2 months ago

    i don't have a phone :(

  • Chrissy C
    Chrissy C 2 months ago +1

    Using this recipe, I have made miso soup. And it is fantastic!! I love miso soup but now I love MY miso soup the best!

  • bharat singh
    bharat singh 2 months ago

    Where from these joker's come to know all these it is like reading a book how to get pregnant in three step.

  • Zoeeeisinherebitch
    Zoeeeisinherebitch 2 months ago

    What if you live in small town America and the closest Japanese market is 109 miles away 😭 help

  • anonymous
    anonymous 2 months ago

    OMG adorable baby!!! when are you finally going to make Simon a daddy?

  • Lars Stoerloes
    Lars Stoerloes 2 months ago

    I want more of Martina's Midnight Munchies. I love these videos. Informative, calming, and just.. Cozy. Martina, please make more if your joints and stuff can handle it?

  • christine gibb
    christine gibb 2 months ago

    I love misomsoup can't wait until cooler whether so I can make it

  • skitzo team
    skitzo team 3 months ago

    I thought that daiso stuff are sold for $2

  • Lewis howell
    Lewis howell 3 months ago

    I have no idea what any of that stuff is i Just wanted to know git to make miso soup

  • 09yulstube
    09yulstube 3 months ago

    How on Earth did you train your cat to do that?

  • Bitter Tea
    Bitter Tea 3 months ago

    Since it's so hot in the Northern Hemisphere right now, can you guys do recipes for some cold dishes? Something like soba cold noodle or anything cold. You guys probably know more than I do. Just a suggestion. :)

  • Selena Aldama
    Selena Aldama 3 months ago

    Your hungry to camera! You so talkative! We need to know the ingredients and to how to cook! But you so talkative! Never mind!

  • hiram
    hiram 3 months ago

    Does anyone know the name of the rabbit behind her on the couch at the end? I've seen it a lot over the years on her channel and I want it

  • Miracle Kersey
    Miracle Kersey 3 months ago

    Not in Florida at least not where I'm at

  • Miracle Kersey
    Miracle Kersey 3 months ago

    Where do you get this stuff

  • CalebWasHere
    CalebWasHere 3 months ago

    did anyone notice that the straw did indeed suck the beverage up when it was bended?? cuz i did

  • RBLXgamerTV
    RBLXgamerTV 3 months ago

    not trying to be offensive .. are you a boy or a girl I'm confused because of that short shave on your hair

    • Deadpan Snarker
      Deadpan Snarker 2 months ago +1

      RBLXgamerTV .....But her name is Martina.....And her Husband's name is Simon....It's literally in the YouTube channel name.

  • Felice Alicia
    Felice Alicia 3 months ago

    my sister watched one of ur cooking videos and she was complaining. she said "why tf does cooks always say that the food is "beautiful". It's just food, ok" 😂

  • Sophia Nunez
    Sophia Nunez 3 months ago

    Has anyone else watched this video like 9 times just because....👀👀👀👀

  • Kawaii Lola
    Kawaii Lola 3 months ago

    meanwhile I pathetically pour my instant miso soup.. also at midnight haha

  • Christian Tribo
    Christian Tribo 3 months ago

    Talks to much and 40% of this vid is way different from the actual vid

  • Shailyn Roman
    Shailyn Roman 3 months ago

    I wanna do this. So used to hibachi miso soup.

  • Kiekerz
    Kiekerz 3 months ago

    The overnight kombu water, should it be refrigerated or can it sit on the counter?

  • Negative Pressure Productions

    Miso hor... eh not worth it :P

  • JT McAwesome-Face
    JT McAwesome-Face 4 months ago

    I just use the instat dashi :o blasphemeemery
    Def want to try with katsuoboshi and red miso - it's slightly bland with instant dashi/shiro miso, imo.

  • Ukyo755
    Ukyo755 4 months ago

    visit Philippines!!!

  • Laura Remen
    Laura Remen 4 months ago

    What about adding Mirin??? At what point would I add Mirin & how much if I chose to?

    • Secret Diary of a Foodie
      Secret Diary of a Foodie Month ago

      Laura Remen mirin isn't added to this traditionally, so if you wanted to you'd add as much as you like, whenever you like.

  • Linagami
    Linagami 4 months ago

    Konbu is kelp

  • faeirydancer
    faeirydancer 4 months ago

    I know this is an oldish video and I've watched it umpteen times, I thought I'd like to comment.
    The first time I ever tried miso soup I though I'd died and gone to heaven. I never knew what went into it until Martina showed me how simple it was. I love fermented foods and I have a Japanese specific store nearish to me so I will be trying this!

  • John Doe
    John Doe 4 months ago +1

    OMG miso soup is the best salty fix. I have literally 0 craving to snack after I have a nice bowl of this stuff. Amazing recipe, thanks!

  • MrBroxMan
    MrBroxMan 4 months ago

    Okay i just bought ingredients again to make this. AAAAND i forgot to get bonito flakes.... and the store is like an hour away from home.... ARGH

    • MrBroxMan
      MrBroxMan 4 months ago

      Oh is that so? ill try it maybe tomorrow since the store nearby has a lot of dried stuff . I think there are dried mushrooms, fish, squid ect. but I'm scared to try the type of dried fish there since its completely different. If you have heard of Daing and Tuyo , which is a Filipino version of dried fish, its what im talking about lol. ill try to make a small batch with it and larger batch with mushrooms and see if it works lol

    • Simon and Martina
      Simon and Martina  4 months ago +1

      Don't worry! You can make the "vegetarian" version of the broth. It won't be as rich and smokey tasting but it'll still taste good. (ps->you can substitute bonito flakes for dried mushrooms if you're a vegetarian too)

  • Sydney Sharpe
    Sydney Sharpe 4 months ago

    I trained my cat to sit and stand up 😂

  • gonavygonavy
    gonavygonavy 5 months ago

    Tofu + miso... too much soy for me

  • Savageking 245
    Savageking 245 5 months ago

    'Neptunes anus'🌊👨🏻👑😂

  • Riordan Pett
    Riordan Pett 5 months ago

    how did you train your cat to do that? 😂😂😂 that is so fucking cute!

  • Emily Caskie
    Emily Caskie 5 months ago +1

    6:08 aunt in Japanese is "oba"

  • dewdewdewdewdful
    dewdewdewdewdful 5 months ago

    that is waaay too much miso for that amount.. lol

  • dewdewdewdewdful
    dewdewdewdewdful 5 months ago

    wakame oishii no ni...

  • tomato totato
    tomato totato 5 months ago

    if you used Konbu, its not free of MSG
    , konbu contains MSG....

    • Secret Diary of a Foodie
      Secret Diary of a Foodie Month ago

      She said free from artificial MSG and that konbu has natural MSG (and it was even written on the screen).

    • Deadpan Snarker
      Deadpan Snarker 2 months ago

      tomato totato I think she means its the natural form of MSG.

  • Jeannie Lyn
    Jeannie Lyn 5 months ago

    if we say popo to our cat she gives you kisses

  • Support4MySingers
    Support4MySingers 5 months ago

    This is the first video I've seen from this channel and I'm so happy I found it. Martina you are SO funny and laid back. I think you look like Donna from That 70's Show too! You had me laughing the whole time!

  • DigiSophia13
    DigiSophia13 5 months ago

    Your art on the side of your fridge is so cute! I love them!

  • frank chambers
    frank chambers 5 months ago

    hello greatings from Ecuador.. I really like the video...

  • ripley275
    ripley275 6 months ago

    I made this and it is awesome, thank you for sharing. I've been looking for the recipe for the ginger salad drsg at our Japanese Teppanyaki grill. Everytime I try to buy any, it has MSG in it, so I've been buying a pint from the restaurant but it gets used up quick, be nice if I could make up a batch at home.

  • Laura Connolly
    Laura Connolly 6 months ago

    Can you leave out the bonito would it ruin it - I'm vegetarian

  • Kyla Ragina
    Kyla Ragina 6 months ago

    Hmm i have question, what do you do with your rehydrated kombu? Do you throw them or can you use/keep it? Like is it only for one time use?

  • Jono Bond
    Jono Bond 6 months ago

    So where do I get this from ASDA stores?

  • Tigerlilycoconut
    Tigerlilycoconut 6 months ago

    BTW- aunt is Obasan (referencing to a friend's aunt) and Oba for your family.

  • Tigerlilycoconut
    Tigerlilycoconut 6 months ago

    Thank you so much for this. When I lived in Japan I had asked a friend's mom to show me how to make this and the udon soup base and it was an epic fail. I can't reproduce it!! I'm totally going to try your method.🤣🎌

  • Samantha Lockwood
    Samantha Lockwood 6 months ago

    My husband and I make miso soup all the time now. Love these recipe videos. ♥️

  • Alejandra Alvarez
    Alejandra Alvarez 6 months ago

    I love miso soup but I have no idea where to buy half of the things you listed to make it myself :(

  • Arielle Nichole
    Arielle Nichole 6 months ago

    I really enjoy you guys. Subscribed!

  • Alicia Maradiaga
    Alicia Maradiaga 6 months ago

    Is there anything you can use to replace the katsuoboshi if you're allergic to fish? Something with a similar flavour? :0

    • Alicia Maradiaga
      Alicia Maradiaga 6 months ago

      Simon and Martina ohhh, that's amazing! Thank you so much! I really love the fact that you include vegetarian options in these recipes. Hopefully I'll be making some miso soup very soon ☺️

    • Simon and Martina
      Simon and Martina  6 months ago +1

      +Alicia Maradiaga yes you can use dried mushrooms. If you check out the blog post for the recent beef udon on video, I included a recipe at the bottom

  • Cowardly Maya
    Cowardly Maya 6 months ago

    Not sure if anyone's answered this yet, but "aunt" in Japanese is "おば" ("oba")!

  • dreamergirl05
    dreamergirl05 6 months ago

    omg is that a sloth bear dog?! @11:07

    HIGH ON MATH 6 months ago

    i told my gma that miso had msg in it and she said, it better not, that stuff causes cancer, and i said, so does the sun.

  • Trisha Ko
    Trisha Ko 6 months ago

    I hate seaweed in the miso. Once I found a vegan miso soup thinking oh! No seaweed!
    I forgot seaweed is vegan and a plant x.x lol.

  • Sasha
    Sasha 6 months ago

    Good job!!

  • Techa The Meme Lord
    Techa The Meme Lord 6 months ago

    *sees dog* *gentle gasp*

  • siegward of catarina
    siegward of catarina 6 months ago

    I love how iPhone7 is the standard measure unit of 2017

  • xtin77
    xtin77 7 months ago

    I already know everything that Martina shared in this video, but I really like how detailed and accurately she explained each ingredient and how to cook it. Best instructional and informational video for cooking Japanese basics! She got it totally SPOT ON!

  • PrincessAshley121
    PrincessAshley121 7 months ago

    I have Miso soup with spinach is my family the only one who rather eats Spinach miso soup than seaweed?

  • Nilda Alvarado
    Nilda Alvarado 7 months ago

    i love that little spoon. Where did you get it!?

  • T&C Production
    T&C Production 7 months ago

    Nope nothing like it I'm asian

    • otaku world
      otaku world 5 months ago +1

      that's what miso soup is.....maybe it looks different because she adjusted the recipe to her preferences? she lives in Japan and has more asian culture knowledge than I'll ever have......
      unless, you're talking about something else then my bad 😶

  • Kevin93396
    Kevin93396 7 months ago

    What do i do with kombu after i take them out of pan? Can i put them back into water base?

    • Avalon+
      Avalon+ 6 months ago

      Kevin93396 You can cut it up and place it in your bowl of miso soup and eat it, or eat it with rice, in salads, as a stir-fry. Or chop it up finely and dry fry it with some soy sauce and sesame seeds till dry and use it like furikake (rice topping seasoning).