Teriyaki Mackerel with Konjak Potatoes

This dish is foolproof, you can't go wrong! It tastes even better when cooled so ideal for a bento lunchbox.

Recipe By: tomato girl (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/54)
Serves 2 Prep: 8 min Cook: 8 min

Ingredients

Tinned teriyaki mackerel 1 (125g)
Konjak potatoes 120g

Method

1
This is the best sauce from the tinned mackerel series in Tesco.
2
Slice the konjak 5mm thick. Make each strip into a knot:
3
Score a 2cm length in the middle of each strip, then fold in one end through the cut and pull to get a twist.
4
Put the whole tinned mackerel and sauce into a small pan. Add 2 tbsp water to the tin, swirl, then pour in.
5
Add the konjak to the pan and flake the mackerel a little. Simmer on medium heat for 5 minutes and allow to cool before serving so the konjak can absorb the flavours.

Tips & Note

It will be delicious kept overnight so make it the night before and pack for a lunchbox the next day.

Teriyaki Mackerel with Konjak Potatoes

This dish is foolproof, you can't go wrong! It tastes even better when cooled so ideal for a bento lunchbox.

Recipe By: tomato girl (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/54)

Serves 2

Prep: 8 min

Cook: 8 min

Ingredients

Tinned teriyaki mackerel 1 (125g)
Konjak potatoes 120g

Teriyaki Mackerel with Konjak Potatoes

Recipe ID :499 Posted on 08 MAY 2015

Serves 2

Prep 8min
Cook 8min
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This dish is foolproof, you can't go wrong! It tastes even better when cooled so ideal for a bento lunchbox.

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Ingredients

Method

Prep
8min
Cook
8min
1
This is the best sauce from the tinned mackerel series in Tesco.
2
Slice the konjak 5mm thick. Make each strip into a knot:
3
Score a 2cm length in the middle of each strip, then fold in one end through the cut and pull to get a twist.
4
Put the whole tinned mackerel and sauce into a small pan. Add 2 tbsp water to the tin, swirl, then pour in.
5
Add the konjak to the pan and flake the mackerel a little. Simmer on medium heat for 5 minutes and allow to cool before serving so the konjak can absorb the flavours.

Tips & Note

It will be delicious kept overnight so make it the night before and pack for a lunchbox the next day.

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