4 Halal and Alcohol-Free Miso Paste Brand and How To Cook It

Halal Food Mar 10, 2021

Miso soup is a must when you visit a Japanese restaurant, especially when you’re dining in and ordering menu like sushi, or their Japanese teishoku. But if you’re a Japanese food lover and always orders Japanese food for delivery, why not start making your own miso soup at home instead? Not only miso soup is really easy to make, it’s also a good source of vitamin B, E, K and folic acid and it evens provides the gut with beneficial bacteria!

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But wait a minute, did you know that most Miso paste contains alcohol and are not Muslim friendly? Finding the right Miso Paste to make your own miso soup might be troublesome but worry not as here are the list of Halal and Muslim-Friendly Miso Paste that you can find at your supermarkets or online and a simple recipe on how to make your own miso soup!

1. Hikari Halal Miso "Maru-Mu" Mutenko Miso Inaka

Status : Halal Certified

Price range: RM20 / 650yen

Purchase in Malaysia

2. Marukome Halal Miso Paste

Status : Halal Certified
P.s. They do offer non-halal Miso Paste. Please double check before purchasing

Price rane : RM25 / 650yen

Purchase in Japan

Purchase in Malaysia

3. Hanamaruki Mutenkamiso

Status : Does not contain alcohol or non-halal ingredients

Price range : 300yen

Purchase in Japan

Purchase in Malaysia

4. Nagatanien Asage Miso

Status : Does not contain alcohol or non-halal ingredients

Price range : 238yen

Purchase in Japan

Now that you have your Halal miso paste, it’s time to make your own miso soup at home! There’s many ways to make miso soup but here’s the most basic recipe that you can easily whip up in your kitchen!

Ingredients: 400ml water 1/4 Japanese Tofu 1 tbsp Wakame 1 tbsp Miso 2/3 tsp Dashi Powder (can be replaced with anchovies stock) 1/4 of Leek   How to make a simple miso soup: 1. Boil water and add 1/3 tsp of dashi. 2. Dice the tofu to the size of your liking and add to the boiling water, along with the wakame. 3. Let it boil for 1 minute and turn down the heat 4. Time to add your miso paste into the pot. We recommend use a saddle and a chopstick and slowly blend the write papers paste so it will be well blended in the soup. 5. Add the remaining of dashi powder, stir. 6. Finish off by adding leek before serving

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So are you ready to make your own miso soup now? Do share with us in the comment section below!

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