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Nagoya's Specialty Amazing Misokatsu
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Co., Ltd. Daruma Nagoya Branch
2-1-1 Kamejima, Nakamura-ku, Nagoya City, Aichi, Japan

Category: bento (Japanese box lunch)
Product Name: Amazing Misokatsu made with Haccho-Miso
Raw Materials: white rice, loin and pork cutlet, miso sauce, potato salad, beans with sesame paste, oranges, lettuce, pickle, pickled vegetables, black sesame seeds (some ingredients include soybeans, wheat, eggs, milk, chicken and gelatin), seasoning (amino acids, etc.), sweetener (stevia), preservative (sorbic acid K), PH adjuster, casein, coloring (red 106, yellow 4, yellow 5, turmeric), vitamin C, acidity (citric acid, malic acid), emulsifier, thickener (xanthan), polysaccharide thickener, spice, flavor, phosphate (Na)

Misokatsu


Yes, when I think of Nagoya, it reminds me of that mushy miso soup. It's a miso soup that can look like mud if you're not used to it. And the miso is called Hatcho miso, which is a kind of bean miso called red miso. It's a masterpiece, and I'm amazed at how they've managed to turn it into such a mess. Also, it's not only eaten in Nagoya, it's eaten in the Tokai region, isn't it?

I was surprised to learn that there is a dish called "Misokatsu" that you can eat by pouring miso on a pork cutlet. What's that like? Yes, it's famous, so I'm sure it must be delicious. So, we went to the actual meal.


So, I heard that a shop called "Yaba-Ton" was famous there, but we had to endure the ekiben this time.

When I opened the lid of the ekiben, I could smell the sweet and spicy miso. The sweet and spicy miso flavor makes you want to eat rice right away! The texture is also crunchy and fragrant. Yes, it's good, it's a mouthwatering taste. The rice goes well too.

It's the kind of flavor you sometimes encounter in dumplings, but it's not the kind of flavor you'd find in a meal. It's a wonder I don't feel like I've eaten a tonkatsu. But it can't be helped because it's delicious. It's everyone's favorite flavor, kids and adults alike, probably.
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