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Autumn Food, Blog

Kenchinjiru

Kenchinjiru is a hearty warming soup which originates from the Kencho-ji temple in Kamakura. This is my version of this Shojin Ryori Zen Buddhist dish. Full of root vegetables and crumbled tofu in a kombu,shiitake,tamari and miso broth. Soak one…

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Osechi Ryori

Another Osechi Ryori お節料理 O’zoni お雑煮 Namasu and Kiriboshi 紅白なます Nishime (simmered vegetables) 煮しめ And kuromame with candied yuzu peel 黒豆 For the simmered vegetables I used taro,carrot,daikon,freeze dried tofu shiitake,mangetout and bamboo shoots. I did mean to use lotus…

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Blog, Winter Food

Kenchinjiru

This is a traditional Zen Buddhist shojin Ryori cuisine which originates from the Kencho-ji Temple in Kamakura .  Jiru means soup and Kenchin is derived from the temple name. This soup is full of umami flavour using kombu,shiitake mushroom,toasted sesame…

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