Dashi by John Spottiswood.

This is a very common Japanese soup stock, usually made with bonito flakes and kelp. Variations include katsuo dashi (made without kelp), konbu dashi (made without bonito flakes), niboshi dashi and iriko dashi (made with different kinds of fish; more flavorful than ordinary dashi), and koi dashi (made with vegetables). Dash-no-moto is an instant version.

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Also known as

  • Katsuo dashi
  • Konbu dashi
  • Niboshi dashi
  • Iriko dashi
  • Koi dashi
  • Dash-no-moto


reconstituted dashi powder (sold as hon dashi or Dashi-No-Moto) OR chicken broth (not as flavorful)

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