Cooking Tonjiru (Pork Miso Soup)  豚汁(とん汁、ぶた汁)

How to cook Tonjiru (Pork and Vegetable Miso Soup) in English

地域のお祭りには必ず作って食べた懐かしい味。誰でも簡単に作れる豚肉、野菜がたぷり入った味噌汁! ところで、松屋のとん汁には豆腐が入っていて大好きである。


Tonjiru or Butajiru literally means pig/pork soup, a Japanese miso-flavored soup containing pork and vegetables.

Tonjiru tastes delicious and is very easy to cook. You can put in whatever ingredients you have, including leftovers from the refrigerator.

Tonjiru is more substantial, with a larger quantity and variety of ingredients added to the soup, compared to normal miso soup. Tonjiru is usually made by stewing thinly sliced pieces of pork and vegetables in dashi stock, and flavored by dissolving miso.

Common ingredients:
pork, gobo, konjac, seaweed, negi (spring onions or green onions), daikon, radish, carrot, tofu including fried tofu (aburaage) and grilled fofu, tubers, such as potatoes, taro or sweet potato, and mushrooms such as shiitake and shimeji

Cooking Tonjiru (Pork Miso Soup) with Dog

Tonjiru - Pork and Vegetable Miso Soup


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