And here’s the recipe for the other 1/4 of the aubergine! I particularly liked this one, very tasty.
Tired, run-down, and in no great hurry to get out of bed this morning and see what the Forces of Heck have planned for me today. Limped home after work in desperate need of something warming, wholesome, light, yet nourishing, that I can cook whilst dancing round the kitchen to Soft Cell’s “Sex Dwarf“, vodka and coke in hand.
Oh look, still got 2/3rds of a jar of miso and ginger paste. Hmmm….
Settled on a version of the tofu and cabbage soup from the other day https://theanxiouscook.wordpress.com/2014/04/27/ich-will/, only with quorn chicken pieces and carrot slices instead. Slung the rest of the veg into a Japanese-influenced stir-fry + some cashews for extra protein. Result.
Now, where was I? Oh yes. “SEX DWARF. ISN’T IT NICE, LURING DISCO DOLLIES TO A LIFE OF VICE……?”
Oh, it’s raining again. Oh well, in these situations one can only kick back, turn up the volume on a Kerrang! heavy-metal compilation on the iTunes (hi Rammstein!), and look to yet another comforting soup.
One of the Seven Wonders of Tangleton is the small Cash & Carry/Off-Licence shop hidden behind the White Lion Hotel at the top of the town centre. Every possible type of flour, spice, herb and lentil that an Anxious can stagger home carrying. Today’s haul included a huge bottle of soy sauce, coconut cream, two tins chickpeas, zaatar, somaq and chives, for a princely £8. Unfortunately this frugality was somewhat blown by having to buy miso from the Marks & Sparks Foodhall, as no other bugger in Tangleton appears to stock the stuff. And even then it is a miso and ginger “recipe” paste, rather than miso paste / firstworldproblems.
Still, mustn’t grumble. The ginger ended up as quite a nice note in the below soup recipe…..
Original recipe from here: http://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2014/apr/27/simple-joy-miso-soup-nigel-slater-recipes