Dashi

Dashi is an incredibly simple broth, and it forms one of the culinary cornerstones of Japanese cooking. It’s made in about 10 minutes with just three ingredients: water, kombu (dried kelp), and bonito fish flakes. Bonito flakes can be difficult to obtain in the UK I use smoked mackerel  or trout. The resulting clear broth tastes like the essence of the sea. Dashi can be used as a base stock for many stews, casseroles  and soups.

Dashi can be used to make a fantastic bowl of miso soup to poach fish or vegetables, or to add savoury umami flavour to any number of  dishes. Here’s how you can make it at home.

For a Vegan Dashi replace fish flakes with Sea Lettuce from Ebb Tides Sea Salad.

 

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Vegan Fish & Chips

Vegan Fish & Chips Anyone …….
Here is a good old British Classical Dish Fish and Chips

The fish flavour is achieved by using Sea Lettuce Seaweed and or Laver/Nori Seaweed from our Ebb Tides Seaweeds Sea Salad pouch which can be purchased online.

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