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Oden hot pot with fried fishcakes

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Snack or Appetizer

Whisky with Soda

Oden is a classic Japanese winter dish, warming the soul as well as the stomach, and fried fishcake is a classic oden ingredient.

Processed seafood used

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Servings
1
Cooking time
60 minutes
Total servings
1
Cooking time
60 minutes

Ingredients

Koage-Satsuma (fried fishcakes)
3
Daikon
1/10
Egg, hard-boiled
1
Konbu
2g
Neri karashi (Japanese mustard paste)
1 g
Water
300 ml
Dashi stock granules
3 g
Usukuchi soy sauce
10 ml
Mirin
10 ml

Directions

  1. Cut the daikon into slices. Score each slice on both sides with an “X” about 1 mm deep, to help them absorb the flavor.
  2. Put the daikon slices in water from washing rice and bring to a simmer. Once the daikon slices are soft, rinse them under running water.
  3. Mix the water, dashi stock granules, usukuchi soy sauce, and mirin together. Add the Koage-Satsuma, daikon slices, hard-boiled egg, and konbu to the mixture and simmer at low heat.
  4. Once the daikon slices have absorbed the flavor, serve with neri karashi.

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