The other day, I had a lunch of " dashi soup Ochazuke" at Tadokoro-Foods in Tsukiji, and found a shop that I am interested in the middle of walking toward Ginza.
It is "Dashi Pudding" by Wadakyu.
Again, my dashi soup sensor responded (lol)
What is the dashi pudding? When I thought that, in the showcase, it was written "This is Chawan-mushi." "Chawan-mushi" is a steamed egg custard.
Certainly it is "a steamed egg custard = dashi pudding".
Because this is 200 yen, I got one for dessert after lunch.
This is a steamed egg custard, but basically it's a dessert.
That's why it's in a round case like I can bring souvenirs.
It looks like a cupsule case. And when you open the lid, it looks like this.
Yes, it's a steamed egg custard.
Freshwater clams and beans are topped on the egg color pudding.
Well, I was surprised to eat a bite.
The flavor of "bonito" spreads in the mouth fluffy.
This is good!
The dashi soup of dried bonito flakes is very effective.
The part that feels the umami of the tongue is greatly stimulated.
When I eat this, I think "Oh, dashi soup is the best" again.
It is a dish I want many tourists from overseas coming to Tsukiji to eat a lot.
I was slightly moved, and my tension went up. So, I bought "Dried Tuna Flakes " with a momentum (lol)
It also seems to be popular as it has released "Furikake sprinkle" which used the bonito dashi soup leavings used when making this pudding.
I would like to buy that next time.