Japanese Nishikiya Corn Soup
Plenty of corn!
The secret of the rich taste is the amount of corn paste, which accounts for 60%. We use more than twice as much sweet corn paste from Hokkaido as general corn soup.
The base of the taste is bouillon, which is made by boiling Tohoku brand chicken and vegetables for 7 hours. No sugar is used, and the natural sweetness of the corn is emphasized. It is a rich yet simple taste that will make children and adults crazy about it.
How to eat
- When warming in boiling water: Do not open the bag and warm it in boiling water for about 5 minutes.
- When heating in a microwave: Be sure to transfer to a heat-resistant container, wrap it, and warm it for about 2 minutes (for 500W).
- Please note that heating with the auto function in the microwave oven or overheating may cause sudden boiling or burns during heating or after overheating.
- Please note that ingredients may splash due to sudden temperature changes during heating in the microwave.
- Be careful not to get burned when opening or transferring to a container.
- If it is difficult to open, cut it with scissors.
- This product is a retort pouch food.
- No preservatives added, so consume immediately after opening.
Suggested Recipe: Corn Soup with Smoked Sausage
Nishikiya Corn Soup can be ready to serve itself within 2-5 mins. It also goes well with bread, side salad or a main dish. To make your corn soup more tasty, you can feature it with Smoked Sausage
- 100g sausage; sliced in rounds
- 10 small fresh chanterelle mushrooms (optional)
- 1 medium potato
- 2 cobs fresh corn (optional)
- small bunch fresh thyme
- handful of fresh chives
- 1 bay leave
- salt and pepper as needed
- 1 pack of Japanese Nishikiya Corn Soup
- Slice the farmer’s sausage into rounds. Sauté until lightly browned on both sides. Set aside.
- Carefully clean the chanterelles. Sauté in butter until slightly soft. Set aside.
- Peel and cube potatoes. Boil with water in a separate pot until just soft. Set aside.
- Simmer Japanese Nishikiya Corn Soup, sausage, potato, corn, three sprigs fresh thyme, bay leave on low for 10 minutes. Stir it.
- Remove bay leaves and sprigs of thyme. Add half and half to the chowder and heat without boiling. Season with salt and pepper.
- To serve, put chanterelles into bowl and ladle soup over them. Garnish with picked fresh thyme leaves and chopped chives.
Nutrition information / per bag 160g
- Energy 134kcal
- Protein 3.8g
- Lipid 5.1g
- Carbohydrate 18.2g
- Salt equivalent 0.8g
Sterilization method: Seal in an airtight container and sterilize by heating under pressure
Preservation method: Avoid direct sunlight and store at room temperature * Please consume immediately after opening.
Allergens: Contain milk, chicken
* Nishikiya’s factory manufactures products containing eggs, milk, wheat, shrimp, crabs, and peanuts.
Ingredients: Corn paste (not genetically modified), milk, chicken bouillon, onion paste, rapeseed oil, salt, spices, (some include milk components and chicken)