As running out of meat, I tried salmon instead. A perfect combination of salmon, potatoes, soy sauce and butter! Very easy and you will be able to save cooking time. Why don’t you try it? Ingredients (2~3 servings) 2~3 salmon fillets A dash of black pepper 3~4 potatoes 1 onion 1 tbsp of grated garlic 1 tsp of olive oil 10 g of butter (A) 2~3 tbsp of soy sauce (A) 2 tsp of chicken soup powder (A) 2 tbsp of cooking Sake (A) 1 tbsp of Mirin Black pepper to taste Boiling water Instructions Cut the potatoes into bite-size chunks to soak in cold water. Cut the onion into […]
Oba, Japanese basil, is a very popular Japanese herb. Maybe it’s not easy to get Oba in your countries, so let me introduce a Sushi recipe used fresh basil instead. You might consider this recipe for home parties! Ingredients (2~3 servings) Uncooked rice: 400 mL Water: 380 mL Kombu kelp: 5 cm (A) Sugar: 3 tbsp (A) Rice vinegar: 50 mL (A) Lemon juice: 10 mL Salmon fillets: 2 Fresh basil: adjust to suit your taste Roasted sesame seeds: adjust to suit your taste Instructions Rinse the uncooked rice and soak the rice (to check how to rinse the rice, check this page). Remove dust from the kombu kelp. Put […]
Pickled salmon fillets in Miso sauce help you to save your cooking time. You can store them in a fridge for a week! Ingredients Salmon fillet: 3~4 Miso: 3 tbsp Sake: 3 tbsp Mirin: 3tbsp Instructions Drain excess water from salmon fillet with kitchen papers. Then put them in a freezer bag. Mix all condiments in a small bowl and put the mixture in the freezer bag. These salmon fillets can be stored 2~7 days in a fridge. Remove excess Miso sauce before grill them. The sauce is easy to be burnt. Grill the fillets until their skin becomes crispy.
Less than 10 minutes to cook! If you have salmon flakes in your fridge, you may want to try this quick recipe. Good for lunch. I’m sure not only you, but your kids and families will like it. Ingredients (2 servings) Warm cooked rice: 200 g Salmon flakes: 40 g (You can learn the recipe for salmon flakes at this page) Green Onion: adjust to suit your needs Eggs: 2 Sesame oil: 1 tablespoon Soy sauce: 2 teaspoons Sesame seeds: 2 tablespoons Salt: adjust to suit your needs Instructions Cut green onions into slices. Beat 2 eggs. Heat sesame oil in a frying pan and add the beaten eggs and cook […]
Salmon flakes are very popular “Gohan no tomo (a friend of warm rice)”. They go well not only rice but also toppings for salad, onigiri ingredients, pasta and so on. Use your imagination! Ingredients (2~3 servings) Salmon fillets: 2 Cooking Sake: 1 cup Sesame oil: 1 teaspoon Salt: 1/2 teaspoon (adjust for your taste) Instructions Grill salmon fillets. Remove their bones completely and break salmon meat. Put the salmon meat and cooking sake to a pan. Cook over medium heat to evaporate alcohol with stirring. Add sesame oil and salt for taste. Now your salmon flakes are ready. Sprinkle over warm cooked rice, use it for onigiri ingredients. These salmon […]
Good combination of salmon, shiitake mushrooms and garlic soy sauce! Ingredients (2~3 servings) Salmon fillet: 2 540 cc of rice Garlic: 2 cloves (chopped) Shiitake mushroom: 4 (sliced) Soy sauce: 2 tablespoons Cooking sake: 3 tablespoons Dashi: 600cc (including cooking sake and soy sauce) Butter: 2 tablespoons Black pepper: for taste Sesame seeds: 3 teaspoons Instruction Rinse the rice (To learn how to rinse rice, check this page). Finely chop the garlic. Slice the shiitake mushrooms. After the rice is soaked, put it in a pot. And add the soy sauce, the cooking sake, and the water, the garlic, the shiitake mushrooms and the salmon fillets in the pot. Cook the […]
Chan-Chan Yaki is a Japanese local food in Hokkaido where I used to live. I used to cook it quite often when I was there. Miso sauce goes well not only with salmon but also with chicken and pork. Ingredients (2 servings) 2 fillets of Salmon 200 g of cabbage 1 carrot 1 onion 1 bunch of Shimeji mushrooms (optional, otherwise shitake.) 1 tablespoon of salad oil a sprinkling of salt a sprinkling of black pepper [Miso Sauce] 3 tablespoons of miso 2 tablespoons of cooking Sake (if any, otherwise white wine) 1 tablespoon of sugar 2 tablespoons of mirin (if any, otherwise add 2 tablespoons of cooking Sake and […]