Saturday, October 15, 2016

Tokyo Tsukiji Fish Market Style Breakfast - What My Husband Cooked

     This morning, my husband made Japanese style breakfast with using some seafood products which he purchased at Tsukiji Fish Market in Tokyo, Japan last week. :) You can check my yesterday's entry, Tsukiji Fish Market in Tokyo - Japan Haul.
      This tofu and shijimi miso soup was made from this one, dried ingredients for shijimi miso soup.
お魚屋さんのみそ汁の具 Dried Ingredients for Shijimi Miso Soup
      He put a few tablespoons of this, soft tofu and two cups of water into a pan, and brought it to a boil. Then, added miso pastes. Served it in an owan (お椀), which is a Japanese bowl for soup. Topped some chopped green onion over it. It was so delicious! He didn't add any Japanese dashi powder, but it had delicious umami flavor from shijimi. :))

      He also made this plate. :)
      He heated these dried seafoods, dried firefly squids and dried sardines, in a pan without oil for a few minutes. These were so delicious!
ホタルイカそのまま干しました! Dried Firefly Squids

うるめ丸干し Dried Sardines

      I enjoyed Japanese Style breakfast made from souvenirs from Tsukiji Fish Market! Thanks, my husband! :))

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