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Fish soup with saké
Fish soup with saké
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This is a homemade Japanese inspired fish soup with a splash of Saké as a twist. You can add almost any ingredient you like or have at home as you will have clear soup broth as base.

Ingredient List for 4 servings:
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4 Fish fillets
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4 tablespoons Soy sauce
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150 gr Shitake mushrooms
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2 Green onions
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2 small Chines cabbage
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2 stalks Celery
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1 pinch Coriander
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1 pinch Chervil
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1 pinch Sichuan lemon pepper
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1 pinch Turmeric
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1 pinch Celery salt
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1 liter Water
Instructions:
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Cut the fish fillets in small pieces and place them in a casserole with 1 liter of water.
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When the water is boiling add the sake and the soy sauce and all the spices.
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Lower the temperature to low heat and after 3 minutes place the fish on a place.
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Wash the mushrooms and cut them in half. If you use dried shitake mushrooms let them swell in the water before dividing them.
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Wash and cut the celery, onions and the cabbage. Add them in the water and cook for 10 minutes on low heat.
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Add the noodle after 5 minutes, and right before its done add the fish and freshly cut coriander and chervil.
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