Definition of dashi
: a fish broth made from dried bonito
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The wild mushroom and potato gnocchi, with a mushroom-dashi broth, sage brown butter and Humboldt Fog cheese was rich and savory and the potato dumplings were pillow-soft ($15).
Its proud bonito master, Yukiaki Tenpaku, sold us several grades of flakes and bonito jerky, while his wife brought us delicious samples of hot dashi.
But some dishes, like the delicate egg custard in a smoky dashi with morels and soybeans, were worse for wear and tear after they were doled out to individual plates.
Today, the waters of the Genbe run as clear as a perfect dashi broth.
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Origin and Etymology of dashi
First Known Use: 1955See Words from the same year
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