Kenchin Vegetable Soup


There are many different types of Japanese soup for every meal and occasion, not just miso soup! When it’s frosty outside or you’re feeling under the weather, there’s nothing better than a warming and rich bowl of Kenchin Vegetable Soup. Originally made using only vegan ingredients as a staple of Buddhist temple cuisine, this healthy dish now has a wide variety of vartiations to suit both vegetarians and non-vegetarians a like. With daikon, taro potatoes, carrot and abura age fried tofu, it makes an ultra-satisfying side, or a great light meal packed full of healthy goodness.

Group 3-4 people  Time 15 minutes  Hourglass 15 minutes  Money_pound spend


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