Let’s kick start the new year by trying out these delicious recipes!
Japanese Recipe – 43
Gyu Don is beef bowl consisting of a bowl of rice topped with beef. It is a very popular dish and can be found in many restaurants in Japan.
Soy sauce is a brown, salty, liquid used as a condiment or seasoning in many Asian cuisines. Soy sauce has an earthy, Umami flavour, which makes it an ideal all-purpose seasoning.
Mirin is an essential condiment used in Japanese cuisine. It’s a handy ingredient to have in your pantry because many Asian and fusion recipes call for it.
This Orion Beer is ideal for “Gyu Don”
The mild, fresh tasting beer imported directly from Okinawa, Japan! The best way to experience Orion Beer is to match it with exquisite food.
Gyu Don is nice tender beef served as a home meal. It’s a great lunch meal which is delicious and gives phenomenal flavour.
Japanese Recipe – 44
Tofu no Osuimono
Tofu no Osuimono is a classic Japanese clear soup cooked with Tofu in a clear Dashi broth. It’s nourishing and packed with health benefits.
Tofu is a nutritious and versatile food that features heavily in vegetarian and Asian cuisines. Tofu is a food cultivated by coagulating soy milk and then pressing the resulting curds into soft white blocks.
Dashi is a Japanese stock, and it is a fundamental ingredient in many Japanese dishes. Dashi forms the base for Miso soup, clear broth, noodle broth, and many kinds of simmering liquid.
This Yebisu Beer is ideal for “Tofu no Osuimono”
Famous Japanese beer from Sapporo Company in Hokkaido. 100% malt with great pure flavour is a favourite amongst malt lovers. Rich silky malt flavour with nice bitter end to invite a meal.
Tofu no Osuimono is great for vegetarians and for those who wish to have a healthy diet. It’s a very nutritious meal, great for all the seasons.
Sponsored by: Sandra Gwee – Sake Specialist
Manager of Lion Oriental Foods Co. and Loi’s Eastern Supermart
“Next month we will be hosting a special event
“Perth Sake festival” to celebrate the upcoming Japanese festival. It will be a great occasion for the community to come together and experience the art of Japanese Sake and excite your palates.”
Japanese groceries are available at Lion Oriental Foods Co. and Loi’s Eastern Supermart.