How to Make Miso Broth for Steamed Dumplings Free Recipe by Kristin Omdahl

How to Make Miso Broth for Steamed Dumplings Free Recipe by Kristin Omdahl

Cooking a healthy, budget-friendly dinner is really important to me. Making it in under 20 minutes is not always possible, but certainly a bonus when I can!

This dinner meets all the criteria! I cook the salmon from freezer to table in about 20 minutes, and prepare the rest of the meal simultaneously while the salmon is cooking.

Take your frozen salmon filets and put them in a preheated 350 degree oven with a splash of teriyaki sauce over the top. After 15 minutes, turn on the broiler and let them cook 5 more minutes.

Meanwhile, on the stove mix together 4 cups of water with 4 TBSP miso paste, 1 tsp dashi powder, 2 chopped green onions and the juice of 2 small lemons. Bring to a simmer and add your frozen dumplings. Continue to simmer while the dumplings steam, about 15 minutes.

Throw together your favorite salad (we love arugula tossed in equal parts balsamic vinegar and extra virgin olive oil with a sprinkle of parmesan cheese).

All of these ingredients are readily available at your local grocery store except the 2 miso soup ingredients, miso paste and dashi powder. My favorite place to find them is on Amazon here:

Follow along with Kristin as she whips this delicious, healthy and budget minded meal together in under 20 minutes from freezer to table!


xoxo, Kristin

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2 thoughts on “How to Make Miso Broth for Steamed Dumplings Free Recipe by Kristin Omdahl

  1. Faye says:

    Hi kristin, thanks for these two fantastic recipes. I’m in my late 30”s with multiple chronic illnesses. I spend a lot of my time in bed (hence my crochet onsession). Anyway, I came across this video on YouTube and thought wow frozen potstickers for wontons…genuis! Why didn’t I think of that lol?! So I made these for my family last night and they absolutely loved it! Cooking is too labor intensive for me anymore. But the way you baked the salmon from frozen with teriyaki sauce, and made the dumplings from frozen, really made this something I could do. You also used ingredients that I think most people have on hand in the freezer and cupboard. So thank’s so much. 🙂 <3

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