Miso Shiru

  • 1 Serving
  • Made in Italy
  • Ready in 3 minutes
  • Peso: 310g

Miso Shiru

The miso, made of soy and fermented cereals, is one of the most known food in the Asian cuisine, especially the Japanese one. Nevertheless it originated from China, when some monks discovered its ... View all

Ingredients

Water, tofu (water, soy), fennel, daikon, leek, celery, barley miso [water, barley, soy bean, salt, koji mushrooms (Aspergillus oryzae)], onion, kombu seaweed (Saccharina japonica), soy sauce (water, soy bean, wheat, salt), ), salt, fresh ginger.

It may contain traces of milk. Contains soy, gluten and celery.

 

AVERAGE NUTRITIONAL VALUES PER 100g

Energy Fat of which saturates Carbohydrate of which sugars Fiber Protein Salt
58kJ / 14kcal 0,6g 0,1g 1,2g 0,3g 0,0g 0,8g 0,50g

How to use

Take the bowl out of the cardboard sleeve and remove the protective film. 

In microwave oven

Heat the product at maximum power (800W) for 3 minutes.

In a pot

Pour the product in a pot and heat until boiling.

Curiosity

Miso Shiru

The miso, made of soy and fermented cereals, is one of the most known food in the Asian cuisine, especially the Japanese one. Nevertheless it originated from China, when some monks discovered its production in 600/800 AD. Then it has been introduced in Japan during the 13th century. It is an extremely nutritive food, high in proteins, microorganisms like lactobacilluses and enzymes. Due to its nutritional features, the miso has always been considered a natural restorative.