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An easy recipe using white asparagus from a jar.
White asparagus & juice (in a jar), Soya milk (or cow's milk), Egg (large), Miso (white), Salt, Chicken breast fillet and prawns, Thick sauce:, Asparagus juice (from the jar), Dashi broth, Light soy sauce, Mirin, Potato starch in a bit of water
Yukiko
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Using tinned azuki beans, this is a quick way to make traditional red rice for celebratory events in Japan.
Glutinous rice, Tinned azuki beans, Sesame seeds (salted)
With a Japanese sauce, it will get your appetite going in the summer!
Aubergine, Oil, Okra, Dashi broth, Mirin, Soy sauce, Nori sheets, Sesame seeds, Cooked rice
Mizue
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Just slice the sardines and add to your normal rice cooker dish.
Rice, Tinned sardines in oil, Butter, Soy sauce, Mirin, Ginger, Spring onions
The ethnic flavour is enhanced with the fish sauce.
Cooked rice, Anchovy fillets, Eggs, Fish sauce (nam pla), Sesame oil, Salt & pepper
This is a great dish when you're entertaining.
Cauliflower (small), Tinned red salmon, Egg white, Potato starch or cornflour, Sake, Spring onions, Lemon, Light soy sauce, Salt, Sesame oil
Rose Wine
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A better way to stuff peppers is to use them as rings around the stuffing - it cooks quicker as well!
Minced pork, Onion, Salt & pepper, Soy sauce, Chicken stock granules, Breadcrumbs, Egg yolk, Peppers (any colour), Vegetable oil, White wine, Cheddar cheese (grated), Cherry tomatoes, Sauce:, Ketchup, Oyster sauce, Parsley
Sweet and delicious teriyaki sauce goes beautifully with salmon.
Salmon fillets, Soy sauce, Sake, Ginger juice, Vegetable oil, Teriyaki sauce:, Mirin, Sugar
Broccoli is a superfood, I used it with tofu in this dish. The peanut satay sauce that you can buy at a supermarket as a substitute for sesame makes it easy to prepare this dish. It's both healthy and easy to cook.
Broccoli bulb, Tofu, Satay sauce (shop bought), Sugar, Noodle broth, concentrated (mentsuyu)
A typical recipe using clams usually, but just as delicious with mussels.
Mussels, Sunflower oil, Ginger, Garlic, Spring onions, Sake, Soy sauce
A traditional Portuguese dish eaten at home, and great for clearing any leftover vegetables in the fridge.
Olive oil, Chorizo, Onion (medium), Garlic, Bay leaves, Salt & pepper, Tomato puree, Peri peri sauce, Wine (white or red), Frozen green peas, Frozen vegetables, Tomato (medium), Eggs
Alia
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