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Sardine ‘Meatballs’: Iwashi Tsumire Iri Miso Udon

Sardine ‘Meatballs’: Iwashi Tsumire Iri Miso Udon
Sardine ‘Meatballs’: Iwashi Tsumire Iri Miso Udon いわしのつみれ入り 味噌うどん Sardine 'Meatballs': Iwashi Tsumire Iri Miso Udon いわしのつみれ入り 味噌うどん
Ground sardines make a rich and wonderfully nourishing focal point to miso soup with udon noodles. Hand chopped or pureed in a food processor with ginger and scallions then gently simmered in broth mellows the heavy sardine taste.…

homecooking: Nebaneba Hiyashi Udon with Natto, Nagaimo and Okra and Grilled Sawara Fish

homecooking: Nebaneba Hiyashi Udon with Natto, Nagaimo and Okra and Grilled Sawara Fish
homecooking: Nebaneba Hiyashi Udon with Black ‘Kuromame’ Natto, Nagaimo and Okra and Grilled Sawara and Mizunasu Tsukemono homecooking: Nebaneba Hiyashi Udon with Natto, Nagaimo and Okura and Grilled Sawara Fish In Kyoto summer is here! It’s time for cold noodles and vegetables. Natto: Have you heard about natto? Natto is fermented soybeans which due its pungent smell has many detractors. Many people dislike, some even hate natto. But here at KyotoFoodie,…

Learning to Make Soba Dashi at Honke Owariya

Learning to Make Soba Dashi at Honke Owariya
Learning to Make Soba Dashi at Honke Owariya Learning to Make 'dashi' at Honke Owariya We were privileged to visit one of our favorite Kyoto restaurants, Honke Owariya that is among the oldest restaurants in the world, and learn how to make their incredibly delicious ‘dashi‘ broth for soba noodles. Having about 540 years of experience to draw upon is a fantastically delicious thing!…

Sakura Hiyashi Udon Tsukemen

Sakura Hiyashi Udon Tsukemen
Sakura Hiyashi Udon Tsukemen (さくら冷やしうどんつけめん) Sakura Hiyashi Udon Tsukemen
The sakura zensen, or ‘Cherry Blossom Front’ is moving up Japan from south to north and is now passing through the center of the country where Kyoto is located. The delicate sakura blossoms don’t last long though, just a few days. It has already begun ‘raining’ cherry petals here and tomorrow ought to be…

homecooking: Chicken Tsukune Nikomi Udon, Hobo Nizakana and Nanohana

homecooking: Chicken Tsukune Nikomi Udon, Hobo Nizakana and Nanohana
homecooking: Chicken Tsukune Nikomi Udon, Hobo Nizakana and Nanohana (鶏つくね煮込みほうとううどん、ほうぼう煮魚、花菜) homecooking: Chicken Tsukune Udon, Hobo Nizakana and Nanohana Chicken Tsukune Nikomi Udon: Udon, Japanese-style chicken meatballs and vegetables simmered in chicken stock-miso soup Hobo Nizakana: Red Gurnard Simmered in Sweet Shoyu-sake Broth Nanohana: Lightly Steamed Rape Blossoms with Sesame Sauce This is a wonderful, late winter dinner that starts with a rich, bone warming hearty soup.…
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