A chowder full of vegetables with bacon and welsh onions

A chowder full of vegetables with bacon and welsh onions

This is a simple chowder that is perfect for cold weather. It's made by putting in lots of vegetables and finished with milk. The miso acts as a subtle seasoning.

Ingredients: Makes enough for 3 or 4 people

Welsh Onion
50 g (About 3 slices)
Daikon radish
about 3 cm
3 leaves
20 g
500 ml
Bouillon Soup stock cube
200 ml
Miso paste
1 teaspoon
Salt and pepper
to taste
Parsley or other seasonings
if you like


1. Chop the onion into thin round slices, and the cabbage into medium sized pieces. Cut the carrot, daikon, and potatoes into chunks and the bacon into 5 mm thick slices.
2. Melt the butter in a saucepan and cook the onion until it wilts before adding the bacon. Add the rest of the vegetables, and after they've been coated with the melted butter, add the water.
3. Add the bouillon cube and boil it all together until the vegetables soften. Add the milk, and once the mixture returns to a gentle boil, dissolve in the miso paste.
4. Give the chowder a taste, add salt and pepper if needed and it's finished♪ Ladle the chowder into a bowl and top it with parsley or whatever you like. In this picture, I added broccoli.
5. Instead of daikon and cabbage, I made it using turnips (along with the leaves) and Napa cabbage. It brought out a sweet taste and was very delicious.

Story Behind this Recipe

I came up with this after having a super delicious welsh onion chowder at a friend's house. It has lots of vegetables.