Addictive! Japanese Lettuce Salad in three minutes

Just chop up the lettuce, put in a ziplock bag with the seasoning and shake it. It's delicious just as it is. If you can wait 10 minutes, it will be more delicious! It's a salad that won't be beaten by chopsticks!

Recipe By: cookbuzz (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/454)
Serves 1-2 Cook: 3 min

Ingredients

Lettuce 1/2
Nori sheet 1
Mentsu-yu (shop-bought noodle soup concentrated ×3) 4 tbsp
Sesame oil 1 tbsp
Toasted and crushed sesame seeds 2 tbsp
Vinegar 1 tbsp
Sesame seeds (whole) optional

Method

1
Cut the lettuce into bite-size pieces.
2
Put in a colander and wash thoroughly in cold running water. Drain it well and press it tightly with kitchen paper to dry thoroughly. This is important.
3
Put the lettuce in a ziplock bag, then add the cut or chopped grilled seaweed.
4
Add the x3 concentrated mentsuyu, sesame oil, white sesame seeds and vinegar.
5
When the lettuce is nicely covered by the sauce, close the bag and roll it, squeezing out the air.
6
It is delicious to eat as it is, but it will be more delicious if you let it sit in the refrigerator for about 10 minutes.
7
Serve in a bowl and sprinkle with white sesame seeds if you like.

Tips & Note

Addictive! Japanese Lettuce Salad in three minutes

Just chop up the lettuce, put in a ziplock bag with the seasoning and shake it. It's delicious just as it is. If you can wait 10 minutes, it will be more delicious! It's a salad that won't be beaten by chopsticks!

Recipe By: cookbuzz (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/454)

Serves 1-2

Cook: 3 min

Ingredients

Lettuce 1/2
Nori sheet 1
Mentsu-yu (shop-bought noodle soup concentrated ×3) 4 tbsp
Sesame oil 1 tbsp
Toasted and crushed sesame seeds 2 tbsp
Vinegar 1 tbsp
Sesame seeds (whole) optional

Addictive! Japanese Lettuce Salad in three minutes

Recipe ID :3301 Posted on 03 OCT 2020

Serves 1-2

Cook 3min
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Just chop up the lettuce, put in a ziplock bag with the seasoning and shake it. It's delicious just as it is. If you can wait 10 minutes, it will be more delicious! It's a salad that won't be beaten by chopsticks!

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1
Cut the lettuce into bite-size pieces.
2
Put in a colander and wash thoroughly in cold running water. Drain it well and press it tightly with kitchen paper to dry thoroughly. This is important.
3
Put the lettuce in a ziplock bag, then add the cut or chopped grilled seaweed.
4
Add the x3 concentrated mentsuyu, sesame oil, white sesame seeds and vinegar.
5
When the lettuce is nicely covered by the sauce, close the bag and roll it, squeezing out the air.
6
It is delicious to eat as it is, but it will be more delicious if you let it sit in the refrigerator for about 10 minutes.
7
Serve in a bowl and sprinkle with white sesame seeds if you like.
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