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SUSHI RESTUARANT HUNTINGTON BEACH
Japanese Restaurant Huntington Beach, Seafood Restaurant Huntington Beach, Sushi Top,

SUSHI, SASHIMI, CHICKEN TERYIYAKI, CHICKEN BOWL, BEEF BOWL, TEMPURA, MISO SOUP, CALIFORNIA ROLLS, SALMON ROLL, TUNA ROLL,
Baked Eel Bowl, Fish, Salmon Teryaki Bowl, Gyudon Bowl, Tuna, Maguro, Albacore, Binchou Maguro, Salmon, Shake, Smelt Egg, Masago, Red Snapper, Izumi tai, Shrimp, Ebi, Squid, Ika, Egg Omelet, Tamago, Yellow Tail, Hamachi, Baked Eel, Unagi, Baby Scallop, Mini Hotate, Octopus, Tako, Seared Tuna, Maguro Tataki, Cucumber Roll, Avocado Roll, Orange Roll, Vegitable Roll, Albacore Roll, Spicy Yellow Tuna Roll, Philadelphia Roll, Volcano Roll, Caterpillar Roll, Rainbow Roll, White Meat Sasame Chicken, BBQ Mackerel, BBQ Squid, Shrimp Tampura,
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(714) 962-7199
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About Miso Soup

Miso soup (with Tofu, Wakame and Scallion).

Miso soup (miso shiru) is a traditional Japanese soup consisting of a stock called "dashi" into which is mixed softened miso paste. Although the suspension of miso paste into dashi is the only characteristic that actually defines miso soup, many other ingredients are added depending on regional and seasonal recipes, and personal preference.

Miso paste

The choice of miso paste for the soup defines a great deal of its character and flavor. Most miso pastes can be categorized into red (akamiso), white (shiromiso), or black (kuromiso), with darker pastes having a heartier, saltier flavor. There are many variations within these themes, including regional variations, such as Sendai miso; pastes designed to be used with specific misoshiru ingredients, such as yasaimiso, a white miso for use with miso-vegetable soup; and seasonal variations.

Stock

The most common dashi soup stocks for miso soup are made of niboshi (dried baby sardines), kombu (dried kelp), katsuobushi (thin shavings of dried and smoked bonito, aka skipjack tuna), or hoshi-shiitake (dried shiitake mushrooms). The kombu can also be used in combination with katsuobushi or hoshi-shiitake. The kelp and/or shiitake dashi serve as a vegetarian soup stock.

Outside of Japan, American or European style miso soup is sometimes made by dissolving miso in a Western vegetable stock. The stock might include ingredients such as negi, carrot, potato and daikon radish. In some versions of the dish chicken stock, Western-style fish stock, and other non-dashi bases can even be used, but there is some debate over whether or not miso soups made using these non-traditional bases count as true misoshiru. Christian Japanese refugees who came to the Philippines during the Edo period brought along miso soup, but the Filipino recipe differs mainly by the inclusion of tamarind, which gives it a more sour taste than the original Japanese version.

Solid ingredients

According to Japanese custom, the solid ingredients are chosen to reflect the seasons and to provide contrasts of color, texture, and flavor. Thus negi and tofu, a strongly flavored ingredient mixed with a delicately flavored ingredient, are often combined. Ingredients that float, such as wakame seaweed, and ingredients that sink, such as potatoes, are also combined. Ingredients can include mushrooms, potatoes, seaweed, onion, shrimp, fish, and grated or sliced daikon. Nearly any Japanese ingredient is added to some type of misoshiru. However, misoshiru does not typically contain many ingredients beyond the stock and miso.

If pork is added to miso soup, it is called tonjiru, meaning "pork soup".

Preparation and serving

Miso soup can be prepared in several ways, depending on the chef and the style of soup. Japanese recipes usually call for most vegetables and meats to be cooked in the simmering dashi, particularly mushrooms, daikon, carrots, potatoes, tofu, and fish. The miso is suspended separately in some dashi stock removed from the simmering mix, kept relatively cool (still hot, but below boiling) to keep the miso paste from cooking, which alters the flavour (there is some belief that cooking the miso "kills" it and reduces the health benefits of biologically active miso paste). When the vegetables are cooked, the stock is removed from heat, the miso suspension is added and mixed into the soup, any uncooked ingredients are added, and the dish is served.

In Japan, miso soup and white rice make up the central dishes of the traditional Japanese breakfast, and so most Japanese people drink miso soup at least once a day. The soup has been a favorite of commoners and royalty alike for many centuries.

The soup is usually served in lacquer bowls with lids and drunk directly from the bowl, though the solid ingredients are eaten with chopsticks.

Instant miso soup

Instant miso soup is available in single-serving packets, and generally contains dried wakame and tofu, soy beans that reconstitute rapidly on the addition of hot water. These are popular in the Japanese workplace, where miso soup can be made with lunch as easily as green tea, and using the same water. Instant miso soup, however, has up to 3 times the amount of sodium and MSG. Instant miso soup is also available in many grocery stores outside of Japan. These have a shelf life of between 3 to 12 months.

Wappani

Wappani is a miso soup based dish unique to Awashima island off the coast of Niigata, Japan. A cedar flask ("wappa") is filled with miso soup, fish and vegetables and it is heated by dropping in hot rocks, which quickly bring it to a simmer. Hot rocks retain their heat for hours after being taken from the fire, so a hot meal can be prepared without the use of fire.

Health benefits

Researchers at Japan's National Cancer Centre claim that miso soup cuts the risk of breast cancer.

Pure miso paste nutritional information: Although high in sodium (over 400% DV), miso paste is an excellent source of dietary fiber (59%) and protein (64% DV), as well as a good source of minerals . Miso paste is also high in amino acids, the basic building blocks of protein. An excellent source of vitamin K and a decent source of Riboflavin (38% DV), miso also provides small amounts of other vitamins. One major benefit of miso is its extremely high omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acid content.

The nutritional benefits of miso are incomplete on their own, however when low-sodium miso paste is used in combination with ingredients such as tofu, dashi, scallops, katsuobushi (a common ingredient in stock dashi), and other vegetables, miso soup can provide a very complete meal.

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SUSHI RESTUARANT HUNTINGTON BEACH
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SUSHI, SASHIMI, CHICKEN TERYIYAKI, CHICKEN BOWL, BEEF BOWL, TEMPURA, MISO SOUP, CALIFORNIA ROLLS, SALMON ROLL, TUNA ROLL,
Baked Eel Bowl, Salmon Teryaki Bowl, Gyudon Bowl, Tuna, Maguro, Albacore, Binchou Maguro, Salmon, Shake, Smelt Egg, Masago, Red Snapper, Izumi tai, Shrimp, Ebi, Squid, Ika, Egg Omelet, Tamago, Yellow Tail, Hamachi, Baked Eel, Unagi, Baby Scallop, Mini Hotate, Octopus, Tako, Seared Tuna, Maguro Tataki, Cucumber Roll, Avocado Roll, Orange Roll, Vegitable Roll, Albacore Roll, Spicy Yellow Tuna Roll, Philadelphia Roll, Volcano Roll, Caterpillar Roll, Rainbow Roll, White Meat Sasame Chicken, BBQ Mackerel, BBQ Squid, Shrimp Tampura,
92605, 92615, 92646, 92647, 92648, 92649

(714) 962-7199
Call For Sushi Today!
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"Quoted Best Sushi In Orange County"

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Sushi Top is a favorite sushi (Japanese) restaurant in Huntington Beach known for its ample portions and resonable prices. Sushi has gone from being an exotic food to one that is found almost everywhere in America.
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