This Miso Clam Soup is a relatively simple dish I got inspired by when I was shopping at Daiso. Indeed, Daiso is one of my favourite haunts. This soup is relatively cheap as 8 sachets of miso soup paste cost me $2 and a pack of clams was just two bucks!
This soup takes less than 30 minutes to prepare and I prepared soup portion for 4.
Miso Clam Soup Recipe
4 packets of Miso Soup Paste
1 packet of white clams (I got mine from Cold Storage)
Soak the clams in salt water for 20 minutes to allow the clams to 'spit' out the salt.
Steam the clams in a clean dry bowl so that you can save the clam juice for later on.
Steam for 5 minutes or till most of the clams have opened up.
The beautiful clams! They're so affordable that I'm so tempted to use them for other dishes!
Set the clams in a bowl.. I love my pretty glass bowls from Ikea!
Add a sachet of paste to a mixture of 30ml clam juice and 170ml hot water and the clams.
Add more hot water if the soup is too salty for your liking.
Stir well before serving.
This soup is simple and best served hot! (:
Cheap and simple.. what's there not to like?
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