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【The Perth Express Magazine】Vol.31 Japanese Recipes and Tips – English Section

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Let’s try out these simple and delicious dishes to satisfy your cravings!

 


 

Japanese Recipe -61

Tanuki Soba

Made with Soba noodles in a Dashi soup sprinkled with Tenkasu tempura flakes. Tanuki Soba gets its name from Tanuki ‘raccoon dogs’, who are figures of fun in Japanese mythology.


 
 

Ingredients (Serve 1)

  • 1 portion Soba
  • 2 tablespoon Tenkasu
  • 1g dried Wakame seaweed
  • 1 spring onion
  • 300ml Dashi stock
  • 1 tablespoon soy sauce

 

Method

  1. Bring a pan of water to the boil. Add the Soba, stirring them to make sure they are evenly spaced and don’t stick together.
  2. Slice the spring onion. Next, soak the Wakame seaweed in water for a few minutes to reconstitute.
  3. Combine the Dashi stock and soy sauce in a large saucepan over high heat.
  4. Pour the soup into the bowl and add the Soba and toppings with Wakame, spring onion and Tenkasu.

 

Soba

Soba are noodles made from buckwheat and can be found all throughout Japan. Soba can be served either hot or cold and with a variety of toppings. There are also many famous regional varieties, each with their own idiosyncrasies.

 

Tenkasu

Resembling puffed rice cereal, Tenkasu are crunchy pieces of deep-fried flour batter and often used as a topping in noodle dishes such as Soba or Udon.


 

This Chiyomusubi Sparkling Sake – Sorah is ideal for “ Tanuki Soba ”

Chiyomusubi Sparkling Sake – Sorah

Refreshing sourness, gentle sweetness of the rice and clean finish. Sorah can be considered as ‘Japanese Champagne’ with its delicate yet lively bubbles.

 


Sandra Advice!

“With a lovely soup base and the buckwheat noodles, Tanuki Soba is both refreshing and healthy. The Soba have a lot of fibre to fill you up.”

 


 

Japanese Recipe – 62

Harusame Salad

Harusame Salad is a salad with dried cellophane noodles called Harusame and vegetables. This cold and smooth textured noodle dish is a great side dish any time.

 

Ingredients (Serves 4)

  • 50g dried Harusame
  • 2 eggs
  • 1 cucumber2 – 3 slices of ham
  • 30g Gomadare
  • 1 teaspoon oil

 

Method

  1. Bring water to boil in a small pot, add Harusame, and stir. Let it soak for a minute then strain and allow it to cool.
  2. Cut cucumber and ham thinly, and cut Harusame into about 5cm long pieces.
  3. Beat eggs and heat small frying pan at medium heat and coat thinly with oil. Pour some of the egg in the pan, spread it thin with a swirl motion of the pan, and cook for 15-30 seconds. Turn it over and immediately remove from the pan. Repeat until the egg mixture is gone and roll up the egg crepes and cut into strips.
  4. In a large bowl, add omelette slices, cucumber, ham and Harusame, and add Gomadare before serving.

 
 

Harusame

Literally meaning spring rain, Harusame are often called cellophane noodles or glass noodles because of their translucent colour when re-hydrated. Their main ingredient is usually starch from mung beans, potato or sweet potato.

 
 

Gomadare

Simply stated, Gomadare is a dipping sauce made mainly from sesame. Unlike tahini where there is little else other than sesame, Gomadare often contains other spices such as soy sauce, egg yolk or fish sauce.

 

This Chiyomusubi Junmai Ginjo Natsusake is ideal for “Harusame salad ”

Chiyomusubi Junmai Ginjo Natsusak

Aromatic fruity aroma with full-bodied mouthfeel you really can taste the umami freshness.

 


 

Sandra Advice!

“Light, fresh and tasty, the Gomadare dressing is great for summer. Mixed with the Harusame makes an exquisite chilled salad perfect for a hot summer’s day.”


 

Sponsored by: Sandra Gwee – Sake Specialist
Manager of Lion Oriental Foods Co.

“Our next event is for Chiyomusubi Sake Brewery. We invited a special guest Mr. Tadashi Sano, and we’ll be showcasing the best from Chiyomusubi Sake Brewery from Tottori prefecture. Please stay tuned and look out for our next Sake Tasting Event on Saturday the 17th of November from 12 noon to 4pm. ”

 

 

Japanese groceries are available at Lion Oriental Foods Co.

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