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Tilefish Soup | Amadai Osuimon
Jp

Preparations

  1. Step 1

    Wash the tilefish and fillet into 3 pieces. Put them into a pot with Dashi stock. Bring it to a boil. 
(To give a nice Umami, I also added the head of fish)

    Wash the tilefish and fillet into 3 pieces. Put them into a pot with Dashi stock. Bring it to a boil.
    (To give a nice Umami, I also added the head of fish)

  2. Step 2

    When it comes to boil, turn to lower heat. Season with ★ ingredients.

    When it comes to boil, turn to lower heat. Season with ★ ingredients.

  3. Step 3

    Cut the mushrooms into suitable sizes, add to the pot. Season with salt if required. It's done.
Serve to a soup bowl, sprinkle the chopped yuzu peel on the top.

    Cut the mushrooms into suitable sizes, add to the pot. Season with salt if required. It's done.
    Serve to a soup bowl, sprinkle the chopped yuzu peel on the top.

  4. Step 4

    Note: I used Konbu/ kelp dashi. To make this dashi, prepare about 1000ml of water to a pot, soak the dried kelp there, leave it for at least half day, then when you want to use it, bring to boil.

  5. Step 5

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Comments

  • Felice

    Felice Oo, I never heard of tilefish... what's the name in Japanese? Can other kinds of fish be used?

    over 5 years ago
  • Fushicche

    Fushicche Felice, hi! I used "AMADAI", isn't it tilefish?? Is there any proper English name of that??

    over 5 years ago
  • Fushicche

    Fushicche Yes, of cause you can use other fish, better use white fish, though.

    over 5 years ago
  • Felice

    Felice Oh I think "tilefish" is probably correct, I just never heard the english name! (there's a lot more types of fish available at markets in Japan ;) I found this seafood website that talks about tilefish- it does have other names, but I don't know the most common one: http://www.fishwatch.gov/seafood_profiles/species/tilefish/species_pages/golden_tilefish.htm

    over 5 years ago
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