Posts Tagged ‘produce’

そばのサラダ/Soba Noodles Salad レシピ

Credit: Recipe and images: 楽天レシピ 楽天レシピ たっぷりの野菜と合わせてサラダ仕立てに。Make Soba noodles into salad with a lot of vegetables. 理レシピ 材 料(2人分) そば1玉 (160g) 乾燥ひじき4g 水菜1株(50g) ミニトマト6個 スイートコーン30g 桜えび5g いりごま適量 (A)酢大さじ4 (A)味噌大さじ1と1/2 (A)ごま油大さじ1 (A)砂糖大さじ1/2 —English— Serves: 2 servings 1 portion (3 1/2 oz)Soba noodles 1 Tbsp.Hijiki seaweed A bunch(2 oz)Potherb mustard 6Cherry tomatoes 1 ozSweet corn 2 Tsp.Sakura shrimp…

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Summer Quinoa Salad from Elle Japan キヌアと卵の栄養サラダ

キヌアと卵の栄養サラダ Recipe and photos from Elle Gourmet Japan We’re having a lot of fun at Tensuke Market sharing recipes from magazines with recipes popular to Japanese readers in Japan. This week, we’re sharing recipes from Elle Gourmet Japan and we hope you enjoy! スーパーフード、キヌアと夏野菜、それにスクランブルエッグが入ったホットサラダ。具だくさんでお腹にたまる、フランス版チャーハンのような一品。 This dish is packed with super food, quinoa with summer vegetables…

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Fave Beans & Green Pea Quiche from Elle Japan 豆豆キッシュ

豆豆キッシュ Recipe and photo from Elle Japan オーブンからアツアツをそのままサーブしたい、キュートなキッシュ。グリンピースとそら豆を、少し固めに茹でてから使うのがおいしさのポイント。 This recipe is fresh with sweet green peas and fava beans delicious served directly from the oven or at room temperature. INGREDIENTS材料 ココット2個分 グリンピース1/2 カップ 1/2 cup of green peas そら豆8 粒 8 fava beans ミックスビーンズ(缶)1/2 カップ 1/2 cup of mixed beans (can) ツナ缶(小)1/2 缶 Tuna can (small) 1/2 can…

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Produce Guide: Satsumaimo Japanese Yam + Recipes

Yams or “Satsuma Imo” were first introduced to Japan in the Ryukyu Islands (Okinawa) in 1604 by the Chinese. They were then introduced in Kyushu in 1609, an area that grows 80% of the total Japanese production. Sweet potatoes should not be confused with yams or yama imo/山芋 in Japanese. They have been recognized in…

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Okonomiyaki Recipe (Japanese Savory Pancake)

What is Okonomiyaki? via Just One Cookbook Okonomiyaki is sometimes called “Japanese Pancake” or “Japanese Pizza” by non-Japanese speakers, but personally I think it’s more like a dish between pancake and frittata. It’s made with flour, eggs, tempura scraps (tenkasu), cabbage, pork belly slices and topped with a variety of condiments like okonomiyaki sauce, Japanese…

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What Are Tokyo Negi Onions?

Description/Taste Tokyo Negi onions are readily distinguished by their hallow tubular green tops and long and sleek snow white elongated stems which never form bulbs. The Tokyo Negi onions just an essence of an onion bite; their flavor is mild, savory and sweet. See our Negi Onions Recipes board on Pinterest of recipe inspirations. Current…

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How To Eat and Cook with Shiso Leaves

What is shiso? Perilla frutescens var. crispa, also called shiso from Japanese シソ is a variety of species Perilla frutescens of the genus Perilla, belonging to the mint family, Lamiaceae. Shiso is a perennial plant that may be cultivated as an annual in temperate climates. The plant occurs in red (purple-leaved) and green-leaved forms. There…

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Complete Guide To Bok Choy

Botanical name: Brassica campestris BOK CHOY NUTRITION FACTS Cultivated in China for centuries, bok choy has played a large part not only in its cuisine, but in traditional Chinese medicine. Today, it’s a staple in both Asian and American recipes. A deep green leafy vegetable that resembles Romaine lettuce on top and a large celery…

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Guide To Japanese Mushrooms

You may have visited the market and have seen funny looking Japanese mushrooms in our produce section. With so many different shapes, textures and flavors, we wanted to put together a quick guide for you to understand what each mushroom is and how to cook with these delicious Japanese mushrooms! (See our Japanese Mushroom board…

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Shopping Guide: Bamboo Shoots

Bamboo shoots or bamboo sprouts are the edible shoots (new bamboo culms that come out of the ground) of many bamboo species including Bambusa vulgaris and Phyllostachys edulis. They are used in numerous Asian dishes and broths. They are sold in various processed shapes, and are available in fresh, dried, and canned versions. What Are…

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