Japanese Ingredients: Katsuobushi – Japanese Cooking 101

Mitch Gomez

March 24, 2015

What is Katsuobushi? In this short video, we will explain about Katsuobushi (dried bonito flakes) and how it is used in Japanese cooking.
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- 6 Years ago

Our new Japanese ingredients short video is about Katsuobushi (dried bonito

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TC Fenstermaker
- 6 Years ago

And it’s a key ingredient in miso soup, which I find most vegetarians don’t
know, considering it seems to be their go-to soup when available. 

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- 6 Years ago

Certain dashi are much stronger or flavorful than others. I’m fairly
certain I use the top left brand in the 0:10 mark, it’s not overly bitter
like other products. Is it actually good?

I like to mix some dashi stock with soy sauce and mirin to make a quick
udon soup.

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- 6 Years ago

I always see people put this ontop of Japanese food. Very informative, I
finally know what this is. 

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