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Learn to make it
Step by step
For 4 servings
Make the dashi: bring 2 cups of water to a boil and add kasuobushi. Turn off heat and let sit for fifteen minutes. Strain and set aside.
Prepare kabocha: Cut kabocha in half and remove seeds with a spoon. Cut into bite sized pieces.
Place squash in a single layer inside a large pot to ensure even cooking. Pour in your homemade dashi and add mirin and sugar. The liquid should cover 3/4 of the kabocha (add a little more water if it does not). Bring everything to a boil.
Once boiling, add soy sauce and salt. Reduce heat and simmer until squash in tender, approximately 20 minutes.
Once the kabocha is tender, turn off heat and let it sit in the pot until cool, approximately 20 minutes. This helps the flavor absorb into the kabocha as it cools!
Garnish with ginger and serve as a side dish!
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