Japanese fish soup with tofu and omelette

Most of us associate Japan with sushi and not soup. I am often in Tollbugata in Drammen and visit several exciting food shops, with food from many Asian countries. I always buy ingredients I've never seen before and the task when I get home is to figure out what to use them for. It's always just as exciting, not always as successful, but usually it's very good.
This time, among other things, I bought these two products:

After a round on the internet, I found out that I wanted to use them for a Japanese fish soup with tofu and omelette.


2 beaten eggs

2 tablespoons water

Salt and pepper

Mix everything and fry in a large pan, so it becomes thin and fine. Cut the omelette into strips and set aside until the soup is ready.


2 shredded onions

1 pk shitakesopp

5 dl water

1 fl. sukiyakisaus

1 fl. yakinikusaus

3 shredded spring onions

1 pk tofu diced

300 g cod fillet in cubes

1 pk fresh bean sprouts

Omelette in strips

Fresthe onion in a saucepan until shiny and add shitake mushrooms, sukiyaki sauce, yakini sauce and water. Let it cook for a few minutes before adding spring onions, tofu and cod. Let the soup soak until the fish is ready.

Serve the soup with fresh bean sprouts and omelette in strips.

This was a really good and tasty soup, which I can recommend. We will definitely make it again and if you have an Asian store nearby I encourage you to try your luck, with something you have never tried before as well.

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