Ichibiki Akadashi Red Miso with Dashi Stock, 750 g

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Authentic red miso enriched by the freshest seafood stock flavour.

For richer flavour and depth, this red miso paste packs a hearty, umami punch with the addition of bonito fish and kelp stock. Made from 100% locally sourced soybeans so you're guaranteed a traditional Japanese flavour, this paste carries a savoury sweet and robust consistency that is sharpened by the fresh taste of Makurazaki and Yaizu's finest seafood catches. Completed by a dash of dried sardine for a full range of salty goodness, this miso remains deliciously versatile in soups, sauces and broths, helping to create great meal essentials like nikumiso with ground meat and even a rich noodle broth.

ITEM ID: #16020


Miso paste is a staple ingredient in Japanese cooking made by fermenting soy beans, alongside other possible ingredients such as barley or rice, with koji, an edible fungus that can grow on rice that is also known as "rice malt". Miso can hold a variety of flavours and textures from sweet and smooth to savoury depending on the ingredients used and the fermentation time, but this makes it great to experiment with in a variety of Japanese dishes. If you are looking to explore the wide world of miso, the Miso section at japancentre.com is a good place to start.

How To Use

Miso is most famous for miso soup, but has many other uses.
• Add a spoonful of miso paste to hot dashi stock water to create miso soup.
• Marinade fish in miso before grilling for an authentic Japanese meal.
• Mix with soy and dashi stock to create a rich and filling soup base for noodle dishes.

Once opened, refrigerate and consume as quickly as possible.

Item Detail


Per 100g:
• Energy: 883kJ/211kcal
• Fat: 8.9g
• Carbohydrate: 16.5g
• Protein: 16.2g
• Salt: 11.2g

Ingredients and allergens

Soybean (Non-GMO), Salt, Kelp Stock, Sugar, Powdered Bonito Fish Flakes(Yaizu 54%, Makurazaki 46%), Powdered Dried Sardine Fish, Seafood Extract(Fish), Seasoning (Amino Acids, monosodium L-glutamate), Alcohol.