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Definition of the noun Dashi

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noun - plural: dashis

  1. A type of soup or cooking stock, often made from kelp.


Dashi is a class of soup and cooking stock used in Japanese cuisines. Dashi forms the base for miso soup, clear broth, noodle broth, and many kinds of simmering liquid.

  • also known as Soup, stock, fish, home-prepared

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Google previewThe Atlantic Monthly (1890)

A dashi is a triumphal chariot of divine extraction ; a cart drawn indifferently by men or bulls, and carrying structures to beggar belief. The grotesque in a body finds foothold there, while topping the mass of monstrosities sits the placid figure of ...

Google previewH.O. Pub (1910)

by United States. Hydrographic Office

Kanashiro Dashi is a patch of 5 fathoms on the bank forming the southern side of Indoji Ura, the eastern approach to the village. Tidal stream. — The flood stream runs eastward along the northern point of the island at the rate of about 2\ knots ...

Google previewThe Vegetarian Flavor Bible (2014)

The Essential Guide to Culinary Creativity with Vegetables, Fruits, Grains, Legumes, Nuts, Seeds, and More, Based on the Wisdom of Leading American Chefs by Karen Page

soups, miso soy sauce tofu vinegar, brown rice Flavor Affinities dashi+ ricevinegar + soy sauce “Dashi is a staple for us to have on hand to serve our vegetarian and vegan guests. Its body and flavor are wonderful to useasabase for soups, ...

Google previewSundays at Moosewood Restaurant (2013)

Ethnic and Regional Recipes from the Cooks at the by Moosewood Collective

Dnshi Traditional dashi is a broth oi simmered konbu {see page 666], water, and dried ...

Google previewSushi at Home (2016)

The Beginner's Guide to Perfect, Simple Sushi by Yuki Gomi

Ichiban dashi is a very high-quality stock, identified by its wonderful aroma and delicate flavour. Brewed quickly, it is a beautiful clear stock, like a French consommé soup, and is normally used for Japanese clear soup (suimono) or light, ...

Google previewFun with Asian Food (2012)

A Kid's Cookbook by Devagi Sanmugam

Dashi is a Japanese ...

Google previewMastering Sauces: The Home Cooks Guide to New Techniques for Fresh Flavors (2015)

The Home Cook’s Guide to New Techniques for Fresh Flavors by Susan Volland

Dashi is a clear savory infusion that is an indispensable part of Japanese cooking. It has a marvelous salty smokiness and gentle aroma of the seashore. It can be used as stock, as a base for broths, or to moisten vegetables destined to ...

Google previewThe Clean Plates Cookbook (2012)

Simple Recipes for Healthy, Sustainable, and Delicious Food by Jared Koch

DASHI IS A TRADITIONAL STOCK USED IN MANY JAPANESE SOUPS, including Morning Miso Soup (page 126), and using it in your cooking is a great way to get minerals and chlorophyll from sea vegetables. The easiest way to make dashi ...

Google previewThe World Religions Cookbook (2007)

by Arno Schmidt, Paul Fieldhouse

Basic Soup Stock (Dashi) Dashi is a basic stock. 4 THE WORLD RELIGIONS COOKBOOK B-1 ...

Google previewCooking (2007)

by James Peterson

Dashi Forjapanese cooks, dashi is a universal solvent that ends up in all ...

Google previewSushi (2007)

by Marlisa Szwillus

Instant dashi is a basic Japanese soup powder ...

Google previewThe Silk Road Encyclopedia (2016)

by Su-il Jeong

Western historians see him as Yelu Dashi (耶律大石), founder of the Western Liao (西遼, KaraKhitai). As the Liao Dynasty (遼), which was founded in 916 in northern China, suffered a joint attack from the Song Dynasty (宋) and the Jin Dynasty ...

Google previewHistorical Dictionary of Shinto (2002)

by Stuart D. b. Picken

DASHI. A dashi is a large wagon pulled at festivals, named in various areas as yatai, hiki-yama, odori-guruma, or yama- boko.

Google previewThe Encyclopedia of the Sword (1995)

by Nick Evangelista

MAKURA DASHI. Meaning "pillow sword." The makura dashi was a sword hung by the pillow of the master of a Japanese household to be used in case of emergency. REFERENCE Stone, George Cameron.

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Small photo of Chawanmushi is a Japanese egg custard appetizer which consists of ginkgo nuts, shiitake mushrooms, kamaboko (Japanese fish cake), and an egg mixture flavored with dashi, soy sauce, and mirin. Small photo of Asari Gohan is a spring staple in Japanese cuisine. It is a rice dish seasoned with dashi and soy sauce along with clamsSmall photo of Salmon and mushroom with kombu on Dashi rice for cooking imageSmall photo of Salmon and mushroom with kombu on Dashi rice for cooking imageSmall photo of Salmon and mushroom with kombu on Dashi rice for cooking imageSmall photo of Onsen egg and Dashi for Japanese food imageSmall photo of Onsen egg and Dashi for Japanese food image More...

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Scrabble value of D2A1S1H4I1

The value of this 5-letter word is 9 points. It is included in the second edition of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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