Sprats Simmered with Grated Turnips (Mizore-ni)

You can get sprats in the supermarket in the autumn and winter. The bones are edible as they're such small fish.

Recipe By: Nagomi Kitchen (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/172)
Serves 4 Cook: 30 min

Ingredients

Sprats 300g
Turnip or mooli 200g
Your favourite mushrooms 70-80g
Rice flour with salt as required
Oil for frying as required
Spring onions or chives a little
Dashi broth 300ml
Light brown sugar 1 tsp
Soy sauce 2 tbsp
Sake 2 tbsp

Method

1
Cut the heads and tails off the sprats with kitchen scissors. Clean out the middle, wash and pat dry.
2
Thinly slice the mushrooms, roughly chop the spring onions and grate the turnip and squeeze out the liquid.
3
Dredge the sprats with the rice flour and salt and lightly deep fry.
4
In a separate pan, boil all the ingredients for A with the mushrooms and add the grated turnip.
5
When cooked, arrange the sprats onto a dish and pour over the broth from Step 4.
6
Garnish with the spring onions before serving.

Tips & Note

●You could shallow fry the sprats instead of deep frying.

Sprats Simmered with Grated Turnips (Mizore-ni)

You can get sprats in the supermarket in the autumn and winter. The bones are edible as they're such small fish.

Recipe By: Nagomi Kitchen (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/172)

Serves 4

Cook: 30 min

Ingredients

Sprats 300g
Turnip or mooli 200g
Your favourite mushrooms 70-80g
Rice flour with salt as required
Oil for frying as required
Spring onions or chives a little
Dashi broth 300ml
Light brown sugar 1 tsp
Soy sauce 2 tbsp
Sake 2 tbsp

Sprats Simmered with Grated Turnips (Mizore-ni)

Recipe ID :1177 Posted on 02 OCT 2015

Serves 4

Cook 30min
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You can get sprats in the supermarket in the autumn and winter. The bones are edible as they're such small fish.

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300g
200g
70-80g
as required
as required
a little
300ml
1 tsp
2 tbsp
2 tbsp

Method

Cook
30min
1
Cut the heads and tails off the sprats with kitchen scissors. Clean out the middle, wash and pat dry.
2
Thinly slice the mushrooms, roughly chop the spring onions and grate the turnip and squeeze out the liquid.
3
Dredge the sprats with the rice flour and salt and lightly deep fry.
4
In a separate pan, boil all the ingredients for A with the mushrooms and add the grated turnip.
5
When cooked, arrange the sprats onto a dish and pour over the broth from Step 4.
6
Garnish with the spring onions before serving.

Tips & Note

●You could shallow fry the sprats instead of deep frying.

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