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A warming spiced Indian tea, guaranteed to refresh mind, body and soul!
Water, Milk, Tea leaves, Sugar, Cardamom seeds, Lemongrass, Cassia bark (or cinammon) sticks, Dried ginger peel
Use tinned smoked oysters, it's so simple but so delicious you won't believe it!
Spaghetti, Salt, Olive oil, Garlic, Onion (medium), Pancetta or bacon, Dried chilli, Cherry tomatoes, Pepper, Spring onion (optional), Parmigiano reggiano, Tinned smoked oysters
Truly authentic ichiban and niban dashi are the bases for so many Japanese dishes, and so simple to make.
Ichiban (the first) dashi: , Soft water (Volvic, Ashbeck etc..), Dashi kombu seaweed, Katsuo-bushi (bonito flakes), Niban (the second) dashi:, Soft water
cookbuzz
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Simple but healthy and refreshing.
Broccoli, Dried hijiki seaweed, Pickled plum (umeboshi), Sesame oil, Seasonings:, Soy sauce, Mirin, Sake, Bonito flakes, Sesame seeds, Salt
Yukiko
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Sous vide cooking (vacuum packed) is an established and trendy style done in most restaurants, even Michelin star ones. I tried to do it at home without any tools.
Spare Ribs (beef or pork), Ziploc bag, Salt & Pepper, Fajita BBQ sauce, Sugar & honey combined, Red wine, Garlic, herbs
Turn spaghetti into ramen noodles by adding bicarbonate of soda - it's surprising how well this works! The soup is made flavourful by adding the stock cube, it's super simple and delicious.
Spaghetti, Hot water for boiling, Salt, Bicarbonate of soda, Beef stock cube, Hot water for soup, Toppings
Tobuchan
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A fantastic combination of garlic butter and soy sauce to give it a Japanese twist.
Frozen squid, Salt & pepper, Garlic, Onion (medium), Dried chilli (large), Olive oil, Butter, Soy sauce, Anchovy fillets, Parsley, Parmigiano reggiano
Always use Maldon salt when making pickles.
Cucumber, Salt, Ginger, Soy sauce, Salt (Maldon), Water, Sugar, Vinegar
Wonderfully warm on a cold winter's day.
Risotto rice, Sesame oil, Spring onions, Ginger, Frozen clams, Sake or white wine, Light soy sauce, Dashi stock, Sesame seeds, Chilli powder
Mizue
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The artichoke keeps its crunchiness beautifully in this dish.
Beef (such as rib eye steak), Jerusalem artichokes, Onion (large), Ginger, Spring onions, Seasoning:, Light soy sauce, Sake, Light brown sugar, Dashi granules, Hot water, Thickener:, Potato flour or potato starch + water
Using walnuts gives this a deep and tasty finish, it has a nice crunch too.
Smoked haddock fillet, Rice, Water, Milk, White wine, Dashi stock powder, Leek, Courgette, Walnuts or almonds, Rocket, Olive oil, Creme fraiche, Cheese