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Dashi (fish broth) Recipe – Japanese Cooking 101

Mitch Gomez

March 10, 2015




Recipe here: http://www.japanesecooking101.com/das…
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Dashi (fish broth) is a very important component in traditional Japanese cooking, but it's so easy to make. This video will show you how to make simple Katsuo Dashi using dried bonito flakes.
The recipe by Noriko & Yuko of Japanese Cooking 101 (http://www.japanesecooking101.com) We only use ingredients you can easily find!



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Keeret Ladher
- 6 Years ago

Homy still love in yo vids keep it up yo

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JapaneseCooking101
- 6 Years ago

You can just discard it.

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corvusala
- 6 Years ago

Can you tell me is there a significant difference between dashi and western
style fish broth?

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JapaneseCooking101
- 6 Years ago

The flavor is different. We use dried bonito flakes and only boil for a few
minutes. The method is more similar to making tea than cooking fish bones
and etc. in the pot for a long time to make western style broth.

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JapaneseCooking101
- 6 Years ago

You can keep it in the fridge but it is recommended to finish it within a
few days. Not sure about keeping it throughout the week. If you would to
keep it longer, I would recommend to freeze it in ice cube tray.

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JapaneseCooking101
- 6 Years ago

Thanks! We have a lot of recipes that use Dashi. Visit our website
Japanesecooking101, too!

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ThePancoon
- 6 Years ago

What do you do with the bonito afterwards?

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Jonathan Males
- 6 Years ago

Can you recommend a way to store left over dashi for use throughout the
week?

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Gudny Gudjonsdottir
- 6 Years ago

Hey i’m wondering, is there any way to make miso soup without dashi? I’m
allergic to fish…

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Alex Stapf
- 6 Years ago

Just wanted to say thank you to you Girls! Here in Germany it’s hard get
hands on REAL Japanese recipes. Your explanatgions are great, the recipes
are made up easy and – most important – it’s TASTY. Thank you, and please
keep on posting videos!

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pearlexi
- 6 Years ago

Looks delicious and easy to make. I will try to make it soon. Thanks for
the recipe!

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sweetienena
- 6 Years ago

whats the ratio for water/kelp granules? to make a good dashi? I`m a vegan,
so that would be the only ingredient I can use for the broth. Thanks for
your recipes!

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Keeret Ladher
- 6 Years ago

XD

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Haruka Ishimoto
- 6 Years ago

how about konbu? (the dried kelp?) Can we use only that to make dashi?

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Ysa Cruz
- 6 Years ago

Hi i just wanna ask, is there any alternative replacement for the bonito
flakes and konbu. Its so hard to look for bonito flakes and konbu here in
the Philippines. Thanks 

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Ysa Cruz
- 6 Years ago

Hi i just wanna ask, is there any alternative replacement for the bonito
flakes and konbu. Its so hard to look for bonito flakes and konbu here in
the Philippines. Thanks 

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Raptor Bandito
- 6 Years ago

Made Dashi as part of the Miso Soup recipe the other day. Before I put in
the other ingredients I tasted the Dashi stock and it really didn’t have
too much flavor. I put in 2 handfuls of bonito flake, and I thought I
probably did enough. Is it possible that I need to use more bonito flake,
or is it supposed to have a subtle flavor? The Miso Soup did turn out very
well however.

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camillecamille04
- 6 Years ago

Can you still use the bonito flakes in other recipes? 

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عبد الكريم المغربي

Hello,

What is dashi made of, like what are the ingredients? I am muslim so I can
only eat Halal things but I can not find any information about dashi and
bonito flakes (What they consist of). Could you please help me, thank you.

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Achim Tröndle
- 6 Years ago

Dashi (fish brot) ist ein grundsätzlicher Bestandteil japanischer Küche wie
in der europäischen die Rinderbrühe oder bekannt als Rinds-Bouillon wie
auch Hühner- oder Gemüse-Bouillon. 

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ampoules1
- 6 Years ago

Thumbs down for not explaining what bonito is.

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