One-Pot Squid with Swede

An adaptation of Squid Mooli but we can't find proper mooli in the UK, so I used swede.

Recipe By: Purihirunesan (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/56)
Serves 2 Prep: 30 min Cook: 30 min

Ingredients

Squid 150-200g
Swede 1/2 (300-400g)
Mushrooms (shiitake, oyster) 40-50g
Water 100ml
Mirin 50ml
Light soy sauce 50ml
White wine 50ml
Sugar 1.5 tbsp

Method

1
Put some washed rice in a pan or rice cooker. Add enough water and leave for 30 minutes.
2
Add soy sauce and some honey into the water.
3
Boil the swede in a different pan and when it turns yellow, slice 3mm thick and add to the rice and water, together with the squid.

Tips & Note

●You could boil the squid in advance and let any unwanted substances rise to the top to be removed. This will look nicer in the cooked rice dish.
●When you buy the whole squid at the supermarket or fishmonger, you could ask 'Could you clean them (it), please?' and they might be able to remove the organs and the ink.

One-Pot Squid with Swede

An adaptation of Squid Mooli but we can't find proper mooli in the UK, so I used swede.

Recipe By: Purihirunesan (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/56)

Serves 2

Prep: 30 min

Cook: 30 min

Ingredients

Squid 150-200g
Swede 1/2 (300-400g)
Mushrooms (shiitake, oyster) 40-50g
Water 100ml
Mirin 50ml
Light soy sauce 50ml
White wine 50ml
Sugar 1.5 tbsp

One-Pot Squid with Swede

Recipe ID :867 Posted on 13 JUL 2015

Serves 2

Prep 30min
Cook 30min
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An adaptation of Squid Mooli but we can't find proper mooli in the UK, so I used swede.

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150-200g
1/2 (300-400g)
40-50g
100ml
50ml
50ml
50ml
1.5 tbsp

Method

Prep
30min
Cook
30min
1
Put some washed rice in a pan or rice cooker. Add enough water and leave for 30 minutes.
2
Add soy sauce and some honey into the water.
3
Boil the swede in a different pan and when it turns yellow, slice 3mm thick and add to the rice and water, together with the squid.

Tips & Note

●You could boil the squid in advance and let any unwanted substances rise to the top to be removed. This will look nicer in the cooked rice dish.
●When you buy the whole squid at the supermarket or fishmonger, you could ask 'Could you clean them (it), please?' and they might be able to remove the organs and the ink.

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