Let’s try out these healthy Japanese delicacies with these simple recipes!
Japanese Recipe – 53
Natto Omelette is a traditional Japanese dish made with fermented beans and eggs. The taste is still distinctly Natto-esque, but with a kind of maturity and softness that is really pleasant.
Mentsuyu is an all-purpose sauce which includes soy sauce with Dashi in Japanese cooking. It is usually used as a dipping sauce for Soba noodles or Tempura, as a soup base for Somen noodles.
Natto is fermented soybeans. Natto is one of Japan’s most unique traditional health foods. Highly nutritious and rich in protein, it is often eaten with cooked rice.
This Ozeki Junmai is ideal for “ Natto Omelette”
Slightly dry with rounded clean flavour throughout the finish. Traditional style Sake with a variety of dishes. Great as warm and cold Sake.
“Natto is a must have breakfast delicacy in Japan. Natto can be combined with a lot of different things such as eggs to give it a buttery and lovely texture and also to improve the taste overall.”
Japanese Recipe – 54
This garlic Edamame is a simple snack or side dish which can be enjoyed by every one. It is a popular menu during every season.
Sesame oil is an edible vegetable oil derived from sesame seeds. It is used as a flavour enhancer in Middle Eastern, African and Southeast Asian cuisines. It has a distinctive nutty aroma and taste.
Edamame is a young soy bean that is harvested early. It can be eaten alone, as a tasty snack, or in soups and other dishes.
This Ozeki Platinum Junmai Daiginjo is ideal for “Garlic Edamam”
Ozeki Platinum Junmai Daiginjo
This Junmai Diaginjo has a bright and rich fruity flavour that finishes smoothly.
“Edamame is another delicacy of Japanese foods that is really healthy. It is great as a snack and goes really well with beer, Sake and pretty much anything. ”
Sponsored by: Sandra Gwee – Sake Specialist
Manager of Lion Oriental Foods Co.
“We have a new event coming up in Perth that will feature a chocolate and Sake pairing! Because of the great turn up to the cheese and Sake pairing event, I thought that it would be exciting to try something new such as chocolate. Check Kodawari Sake Education facebook events.”
Japanese groceries are available at Lion Oriental Foods Co.