we have a Japanese grocery store so happy… even the China and Korean grocery stores have this
I'm sure I can't find those ingredients here. :/Too bad.
Reminds me of Danshi koukousei no nichijou…
I love that you give us substitutes to use.I live in rural Louisiana and it's hard to find some items.
Great! Thank you for trying many of our recipes! Good thing about Japanese food is that you eat meat but also with lots of vegetables too Glad you enjoy it.
Thank you very much !! I'll cook it in a pan with noodles, vegetables, onions, soy sauce, and hot sesame oil then ! I tried your curry tonight, it was extremly good, it was a medium roux but I think my next curry will be hot ! Thank you for everything, you initiated me to japanese cooking and it's making me eat more meat (I usually don't like it very much) which is perfect. Good luck with your next videos ! Love from France.
Thanks for your comment! Regarding your question about dehydrated daikon, you have to soak it in the water for a little while until it gets soft and moist. Then squeeze the water out, and you can use it in cooking. Saute in frying pan with a bit of oil and then add dashi, say sauce, mirin, and sake (usual Japanese flavor) and it will be really tasty!
This is off topic but may I ask you in which way should I cook a dehydrated Daikon ?Plus I'd like to add it to a chicken or beef recipe but have no idea which ! I hope you can help me on this. Meanwhile allow me to tell you how grateful I am for all your delicious recipes ! Gret great job !!!
Sure! Spinach is often used in Ozoni and it's really good too.
@JapaneseCooking101 Could I use spinach instead of mitsuba?
This looks so yummy. 美味しそうですね。
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