Miso soup of the day: Nanohana (canola flowers) and aburaage

Nanohana (canola flowers) is one of the vegetables that tell the coming of spring. Like other representative spring vegetables, it tastes a little bitter because of the alkaloid which helps detoxify the body.

Cut nanohana and aburaage, cook them quickly in boiled broth and add the miso paste. 

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