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Great recipe for Kenchinjiru (Shojin Ryori) Japanese Veggie Soup 🌱. Shojin Ryori refers to Japanese Buddhist temple cooking and it’s naturally plant-based and vegan. The food is so simple and beautiful with a strong focus on local, seasonal and organic veg.
To get started with this particular recipe, we must prepare a few ingredients. You can cook kenchinjiru (shojin ryori) japanese veggie soup 🌱 using 14 ingredients and 3 steps. Here is how you can achieve it.
The ingredients needed to make Kenchinjiru (Shojin Ryori) Japanese Veggie Soup 🌱:
- Make ready Mushrooms (enoki, oyster, chestnut)
- Prepare Tofu (medium cut into squares)
- Prepare Mushrooms
- Prepare Carrots
- Take Chinese cabbage
- Take Root veg or squash
- Make ready Seasonal green veg
- Prepare Daikon/mooli (I used pink radish)
- Prepare Soy sauce (optional)
- Prepare Squash
- Take Dashi
- Make ready Shiitake mushroom
- Make ready Kombu seaweed
- Make ready Water (just enough to cover veggies)
Kenchinjiru (けんちん汁) is a hearty plant-based Japanese soup that’s made with a vegan shiitake mushroom and konbu stock. Loaded with veggies and protein, it’s a delicious one-pot meal that will take the chill out of even the coldest of days. Japanese Vegetable Soup (Kenchinjiru) is quite filling but has very low calories. Japanese Vegetable Soup (Kenchinjiru) was originally a Buddhist dish that is vegetarian.
Steps to make Kenchinjiru (Shojin Ryori) Japanese Veggie Soup 🌱:
- Prepare the Dashi stock by washing and then soaking the shiitake and kombu for at least an hour. Then heat for 15 minutes but don’t boil. If you taste it should already taste delicious. This is such an important part of the recipe and gives the umami taste.
- Cut the veg into similar sized pieces. This is important in zen cooking As it allows the veg to cook for the minimum amount of time and retain nutrients. Add a few squares of medium or firm tofu. You can use a soft tofu but add at the last minute or it will crumble.
- Simmer the veg in the Dashi until cooked. Only use just enough to cover the veg to help retain the nutrients of the vegetables. Don’t overcook, they should still have some bite. Add soy sauce to taste if using.
Root vegetables and tofu are sautéed and cooked in flavoured dashi broth. This classic Japanese soup is hearty yet low in calories, full of fiber, and just all around good for The name kenchinjiru (けんちん汁）derives from the Zen Buddhist temple where it was first made (or so it’s Since kenchinjiru is a shojin ryouri or temple cuisine dish, the basic version given here is vegan. Perhaps the most elegant comes from the Buddhist monasteries of Japan, the birthplace of shojin ryori cuisine. Kenchinjiru (建長汁) was originally a type of shojin ryori eaten by buddhist monks. Made with a flavorful vegan stock and plenty of crumbled tofu and vegetables.
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