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The sourness of this dish will really stimulate your appetite, so enjoy this as a starter.
Asparagus, Red pepper, Yellow pepper, Celery, Cucumber, Cherry tomatoes, ●Olive oil, ●White wine vinegar, ●Garlic puree, ●Salt & pepper, ●Sugar, ●Honey, ●Italian herbs
Tobuchan
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This is a soy sauce yeast that makes any fish taste delicious.
Slice of your favourite fish, Soy sauce yeast, Sesame oil
Delicious even though it's not eel.
Sardine , Marinade:, Soy sauce, Ginger juice, Mirin, Seasonings:, Sake, Flour, Vegetable oil, Rolled omelette (fine strips), Crushed nori, sesame, shiso herbs, radish sprouts
Yukiko
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A sandwich made with the ingredients of a Salade Nicoise.
Tuna (tinned, in oil), Tomato, Gem lettuce leaves, Red onion , Kalamata olives (stoned), Boiled egg, Mayonnaise or mustard, Buns
yhiranuma
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Broccoli and beef taste very good together and the sweet oyster sauce will really stimulate your appetite.
Beef steak, Black pepper, Soy sauce, Rice wine , Cornflour (or potato starch), Ginger, Garlic, Vegetable oil, Sesame oil, Red chilli, Spring onion, Sesame seeds, Sauce:, Oyster sauce, Honey, Water
Qingsheng
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Just soak overnight for a delicious egg.
Egg, Noodle broth (mentsuyu)
KitchenCIB
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The texture of the cous cous makes a delicious salad.
Trout fillets (with skin), Cous cous, Watercress or rocket, Cherry tomatoes, Humous, Dressing:, Lemon juice, Cumin powder, Coriander leaves (finely chopped), Grated garlic, Olive oil, Salt & pepper
Yukiko
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Use the water from boiling red cabbage to make acid, alkali & neutral strains to get 3 different colours of tofu.
Red cabbage, Bicarbonate of soda, Tofu, Lemon juice
Tobuchan
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When you buy some really fresh tuna or salmon, why don't you try this recipe instead of sashimi or sushi?
Soy sauce, Mirin, Sake, Fresh tuna or salmon, Yam, Wasabi, spring onions, Cooked rice
Marinate, pan-fry then cook on residual heat - so simple, so decadent.
Beef fillet, Salt & pepper, Garlic, Rosemary sprigs, Olive oil, Salad vegetables
MiwaPucci
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Just soak some tofu in a secret ingredient to get this lovely lilac shade.
Red cabbage, Tofu
Tobuchan
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