Wafuu potage

Miso taste in a leek potage

わふう (wafuu) means Japanese-style. So here is a wafuu potage!

Yusuke began by sauteing chopped leeks, carrots, and 3 tbsp of uncooked rice in a bit a of vegetable oil. When the rice started to become transparent, he added water and dashi (stock). He let the pot simmer until the vegetables were soft. He then transferred everything to a blender and, well, blended it with 3 tbsp miso until it all made a lovely thick soup.

The dashi and miso, obviously, created the Japanese flavour, which was very tasty indeed.

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