• Improvised Asazuke(lightly pickled vegetables)✿Japanese Food Recipes TV

    You can taste the texture of kombu pickled directly and the authentic flavor of dashi of shavings bonito. Asazuke also has less salt.

Improvised Asazuke(lightly pickled vegetables)✿Japanese Food Recipes TV
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Course Summary

You can taste the texture of kombu pickled directly 
and the authentic flavor of dashi of shavings bonito. 
Asazuke also has less salt. 
Why don't you eat many vegetables as like a salad?

The ingredients are carrots, cucumber, cabbage, salt, ginger, 
kombu, sugar, vinegar, shavings bonito, and light-colored soy sauce.

✥Ingredients✥ for 4 servings
Carrot: 1/2
Cucumber: 1
Cabbage: 1/4 heads
Salt: 1 teaspoon
Ginger (chopped into fine strips): 1 thumb-size piece
Kombu: 20cm
Sugar: 1 tablespoon
Vinegar: 2 tablespoons
Shavings bonito: 2 dashes
Light-colored soy sauce: a few drops

✥Procedure✥(15 minutes)
[1]Wash vegetables well and drain water.

[2]Cut kombu into 2 cm and put them into bowl with vegetables. 
Add salts to them.

[3]When it becomes soft, mix the ginger, sugar, and vinegar. 
Pour them to pickling container or plastic bag. 
Place a weight on it and leave it for about 2 hours.

[4]Just before eating, add shavings bonito and a little soy sauce to taste.

✍You can eat many vegetables on season and even remained vegetables as Asazuke. 
The reason is that Asazuke is lightly flavored. Tasting them, 
add soy sauce just before eating and you can also enjoy the changing of flavor.

Japanese traditional cuisine expert Ryoko Mori(by SOLERA Ginza)
For "the quality of life", the delights of Japanese cuisine
Cooking for Japanese beauty 

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Target Audience

  • People who want to learn how to cook Japanese cuisine
  • People who like Japanese cuisine
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Course Requirements

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Course Curriculum

1 Total lesson(s) 1 Video lesson (Length: 02:13)

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