How to make easy cold brew dashi & recipe (Vegan dashi too!)【 Neo Japanese Cooking 】

How to make easy cold brew dashi & recipe (Vegan dashi too!)【 Neo Japanese Cooking 】


How to make easy cold brew dashi! Hi, welcome to Neo Japanese Cooking! I’m chef KG. In this video, I will show
you how to make easy cold brew dashi. If you know how to make dashi, you can use dashi for so many things in Japanese dishes. I will also show you how to make vegan
dashi too. Cold brew is the easiest way to make dashi. You make dashi like cold brew
coffee or tea. You can get all umami flavor from dashi stocks without heating. You can customize your own favorite dashi. Let’s start customizing
your dashi. Here’s some examples for dashi
ingredients. You don’t have to get everything. Please pick your favorite dashi ingredients. Dried kelp seaweed Bonito flakes Dried shiitake mushroom Here’s instructions. Put dashi ingredients in a jar. Here’s a ratio to make dashi. 1 oz of dashi ingredients. You can add 4 cups of water. For example, If you wanna use 2 different dashi stocks, you can do 1/2 oz each. And add right amount of water. I will mix 3 ingredients this time. if you wanna make vegan dashi, you can use shiitake
mushroom and kombu seaweed. Measure water. Pour water in a jar. Put in a fridge. Let it sit for 6 hours or longer. If you do longer, you can get more umami flavor. Use a coffee filter to brew dashi. If you cannot finish using dashi, you can
freeze it as dashi ice cubes. You can use ice cube dashi anytime. How did you like customizing your dashi? If you liked this video, please hit like and
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