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Soup Week: Japanese Green Tea Soup

By Rebecca Freedman, senior editor

March 2nd, 2011


I’m loving this post on ochazuke at Make It Naked. Now, you might be asking, what on earth is ochazuke? Truthfully, I didn’t know either, but the photo above had me hooked, so I looked into it. Turn out, at its most basic, ochazuke is a Japanese dish made by pouring green tea over rice. Blogger Krissy’s delicous-looking version features salmon, brown rice, and edamame perched in a warming, tea-infused broth. Yum.

posted in: Blogs, soup, Rebecca Freedman, salmon, Japanese, edamame
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ebarbour writes: This looks incredible! I make on-the-fly dinners like this all the time, but they're more like a Mediterranean or Thai-flavored ochazuke. I'm going to have to try this recipe, stat. Posted: 11:50 am on March 3rd

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