Updated: May 21, 2016
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Talking about New Year’s Eve dish in Japan, maybe you will say about soba, right? There is the other dish that is usually served during New Year’s Eve, Ozoni.
It is a soup, which contains mocha and other ingredients that can take on different forms depending on the prefectures in Japan. So, feeling curious about it? Let’s know more! Here are some ingredients that are added into Ozoni!
Well, mochi is a must for Ozoni. Without mochi, it will be not called as Ozoni.
Dashi is usually made from kelp, dried bonito flakes, dried sardines, and dried squid. For Hokkaido version, they love to add some seafood in there. While for inland regions, they love to use more vegetables for it.
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