Let’s try out these 2 dishes and prepare for the approaching cold weather!
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Goma Takuan Inari
Goma Takuan Inari is Inari Age which is thin deep fried Tofu cooked in a sweet sauce, with a filling of vinegar flavoured rice with Goma and Takuan.
Takuan is pickled Daikon radish and is popular in Japanese cuisine. It is often served along with other pickles and can be consumed as it is believe to aid digestion.
Inari Age is Abura Age pouches, cooked in Dashi stock and seasoned with sugar and soy sauce. They are called Inari Age because they are often used for Inari Sushi.
This Ozeki Junmai Tatewaki is ideal for “Goma Takuan Inari”
Ozeki Junmai Tatewaki
An easy to sip Junmai Sake that is light enough at room temperature for the first time drinker yet bold enough for the connoisseur when chilled or heated. Experience the taste differences!
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Easy to make and a well-balanced one pot meal. It is also very nutritious and a good winter meal to warm you up.
Malony is a healthy noodle made from potato and corn starches. In addition to being used as an ingredient in one-pot dishes, Malony can be used in salads or marinades, or can also be added to simmered dishes.
Garlic, mandarin, apple and ginger are the base of this full-flavoured product. With a depth of spiciness, this product can be used to make your own Kimchi or in hotpots and other Korean foods.
This Hakushika Taru Sake Yoshino is ideal for “Kimchi Soup”.
Hakushika Taru Sake Yoshino
Made from Junmai Sake briefly aged in wooden casks (Taru) made from the fragrant Japanese cedar “Yoshino Sugi”, this is a Sake reminiscent of the days when Sake was packages in and sold from wooden barries. Beautifully fresh and aromatic, Yoshino Taru Sake is a homage to traditions.
Japanese groceries are available at Lion Oriental Foods Co.