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I discovered Asian baby aubergines at an Asian food market. Chicken, aubergine and okra are all good friends of hot chilli.
Chicken thighs, Okra, Baby aubergines (eggplant), Onion, Mushrooms, Soy sauce, Sesame oil, Salt & pepper, Cornflour, Vegetable oil, Chinese chilli bean sauce (Tobanjan), Miso, Sugar, Chicken stock, Cornflour in a bit of water
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Okra goes well with a spicy sauce.
Steak beef, Okra, Onion, Spring onions, Garlic, Soy sauce, Rice wine (sake), Cornflour (or potato starch), Sesame oil, Vegetable oil, Chinese chilli bean sauce (Tobanjan), Sugar, Sake
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It couldn't be simpler - just dissolve a fish stock cube in miso soup to get a deep seafood flavour, as if you've spent hours making a real stock!
Hot water, Miso (red), Fish stock cube, Dried wakame seaweed (optional), Spring onion (optional)
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It's a miso soup specially for kids!
Arabiki sausages (frozen), Hot water, Cabbage, Dried wakame seaweed, Dashi stock, Miso
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Using Branston pickle means there is absolutely no seasoning required apart from ketchup. Oooops, it's not a secret anymore....
Chicken breast fillet, Egg, Soy sauce, Black pepper, Cornflour , Flour, Oil for frying, Peppers (red and green), Onion, Chicken stock, Branston pickle, Tomato ketchup, Cornflour in a bit of water, Sesame oil, Sesame seeds
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The 'Asian Selection' sold at Tesco is a fantastic assortment of eringi, shimeji and enoki mushrooms, they're not bad for £1.50 (2017 price).
Asian Selection mushrooms, Bacon rashers, Olive oil, Garlic, Dried chilli, Kombu tea powder, Noodle broth (mentsuyu), Butter, Spaghetti, Salt for pasta water, Parsley
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Dye it with turmeric - it will look a glorious yellow but won't taste of turmeric!
Boiled eggs, Hot water, Turmeric
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Usually this recipe goes with yellowtail, not salmon, but I rarely find yellowtail in British fish mongers. It worked pretty well with salmon.
Salmon fillets, Daikon (mooli), Kombu seaweed, Water, Sake, Sugar, Soy sauce, Ginger
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Adding a touch of lemon juice to the liquid from boiled red cabbage will make it more red than blue. Adding the boiled egg in now will give a lovely purple shade!
Red cabbage, Hot water, Eggs, Lemon juice
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Add bicarbonate of soda to boiled red cabbage water, it will turn this beautiful shade!
Boiled eggs, Red cabbage, Bicarbonate of soda
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What a surprise, see the main ingredient below that makes this egg an amazing vivid blue!
Red cabbage, Hard boiled eggs
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Once you've tried the blue egg, you'll want to make this pink one too!
Pickled beetroot (in a jar), Eggs
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Tobuchan's profile

I started cooking many years ago because someone told me it was the best way to attract girls. This wasn't true...Aside from this shallow desire, I realised a deeper affection for cooking and didn't worry about the girls. I found I enjoyed cooking and then eating, and then - especially then - when someone told me it was delicious. If that someone had been a girl, this would have been the best scenario...but it wasn't. I still cook in hope.

About Tobuchan

Hobbies Cooking, Golf
Food interests Ramen, Sushi, Tonkatsu, etc...
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