- Score the rind on a diagonal without piercing through to the meat - Place into an oven tray rind side up - Pat the rind dry with paper towels - Heavily salt the rind with quality salt flakes, then massage it into all the score marks - Place the salted pork belly in the top of the fridge...Read more
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Shoyu Ramen, from Nikita with our help. It was super delicious it takes two days to prepare this dish, but it’s definitely worth it! The flavors, the aroma, the taste, we will make it again for sure!
Easy and best crispy tempura for seafood or vegetables. Use peeled shrimp (~500g), just leave the tail on. First toss the shrimp in cornstarch (1/3 cup). Whisk the egg with salt (to your taste, ~1tsp), 1 cup of ice-cold water in a medium bowl, add the 1 cup flour and whisk it again, until light and fluffy batter. Dip each...Read more
You can use chicken breast or thighs, we prefer thighs. You can make this dish 2 ways: Cut the chicken into pieces (medium cubes) or cook a whole chicken breasts/ tights. I prefer to cut, this method is easier to cook and to be sure it’s cooked. Mirin and sake you can substitute to rice wine vinegar, just add some...Read more
I usually do an easy tempura with only 4 simple ingredients: flour, cold ice ( you can put ice cubes in) sparkling / soda water ( or normal cold water), and salt. It's better to use a cake/rice flour mixture for tempura, but I don't always have it, so it can work with All Purpose flour as well. Some...Read more