Miso Motsuni, Japanese Tripe Stew with Pig Intestine

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If you prepar properly, you can eat even stinky tripe. Miso will be even less stinky. This Motsuni has a sweet and salty taste that is comforting.

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Motsuni Overseas

Overseas tripe has a much stronger smell than in Japan. I was quite hesitant to try it because people who have tried it before said that it smelled so bad that they couldn’t eat it. However, after a lot of trial and error, I succeeded in removing the smell and was able to eat motsuni, Japanese stewd tripe overseas.

Simple Soy Sauce & Rich Miso

The small intestine, which had almost no smell, was served with a simple soy sauce. For the large intestine, which smelled a bit strong, I used a more aromatic miso sauce to cover the smell. Of course, both were delicious. How’s the tripe today?

Recipe

Miso Motsuni, Japanese Tripe Stew with Pig Intestine

If you prepar properly, you can eat even stinky tripe. Miso will be even less stinky. This Motsuni has a sweet and salty taste that is comforting.
Prep Time0 mins
Cook Time2 hrs
KeywordMain
Servings4 people
INGREDIENTS
  • precooked pork tripe 200 g
  • daikon radish 200 g
  • onion 150 g
  • carrot 100 g
  • konjac 100 g
  • ginger 10 g
  • water 600 mL
  • miso 3 Tbsp
  • brown sugar 2 Tbsp
  • soy sauce 2 Tbsp
EQUIPMENT
  • Electronic scales
  • Measuring spoon
  • Knife
  • Cutting board
  • pot
INSTRUCTIONS
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