Steamed chicken with Cha tsai (pickled mustard plant stem), Asian Salad Platter -Courgette with Pickled plum (梅きゅう), Chilled bean sprout, Grilled pepper
Although I forgot it's name, I remembered that a florist told me they were Cornish local flowers.
Then, by their encouragement, I wanted to dine in with cheerful meals desperately.
All are sharing Asian plates;
Steamed chicken with Cha tsai (pickled mustard plant stem), Courgette with Pickled plum (梅きゅう), Chilled bean sprout, Grilled pepper
This is Cha tsai (pickled mustard plant stem) what originated from Chinese culinary.
I love their nice crunchy texture and deep flavour, such an addictive and remarkable condiment!
And this is an utter Japanese nibble, courgette with pickled plum (Ume-kyu 梅きゅう).
I just arranged the presentation to a twirl style, but the taste is truly Japanese.
They are fairly non-oily dish.
Happy tummy made cheerful dining :)
I'm sending my heartfelt wishes to your peaceful evening today too.
Chicken & Egg Rice Bowl is one of the most popular Japanese home dish.
That's a literally rice bowl style but I was ambitious to arrange the presentation not to be used in any bowls as I intend serving this typical Japanese food in my next Supper Club at the lovely local cafe.
Then...here is my first sample presentation:
And Vegetable Japanese Tapas Platter.
Jellied kelp Dashi pudding, Chilli bean sprout salad and Salted Tofu with sweet Miso paste (味噌田楽 Miso-Dengaku)
Even my boys were loving them all!
Especially this sweet savoury dish, Chicken & Egg Rice Platter.
I will announce more detailed menu of my next supper club in Porthtowan as soon as everyone is ready.
I hope to see you all there.
Have a lovely week everyone.
The other day, when I luckily got a high quality and authentic Japanese kelp, a nice idea for cooking flashed across my mind.
That was Japanese Omelette, Kelp broth, Salmon, Fried Rice.
Firstly I made a miso soup with the most clear kelp broth and then I steamed rice with the second broth which has more rough taste.
And I made a rice omelette.
The section is like that:
And I served fresh reddish and Tofu with Sweet-savoury miso (味噌田楽) alongside.
Finally it is Friday today.
I hope you have a lovely weekend too.
I wholeheartedly love long evenings in the summer of the UK.
And I love beautiful environments in Cornwall from bottom of my heart.
Although such a busy weekend for entertaining my boys (and enjoying myself for swimming in the sea!), I was enough inspired by these genuine nature.
Then I made this Japanese Tapas Platter.
Almost ingredients of seafood came from local Cornish fishmongers.
Teriyaki Salmon Sushi.
Cornish Crab, Wasabi sauce Salad
Grilled Prawn, Stir Fried Garlic Rice
And...and...proper Cornish stones from the beach :), Nasturtium flower, Cornish quail egg and Dil & flower from my garden!
Feeling not bad, I wish you all blessed at any moment.
Hot! Hot! Hot!
I added this typical Japanese ingredient Konnyaku which is made of starch from a tuber.
They are almost non calories and also high-fibre diet.
I love this rubbery food and most of all love spicy hot food!
My husband and I devoured this hot meal and fillings have gone too soon.
Finally it's nearly weekend (yay!).
I hope you all have a lovely weekend.
Look at this!
This is Wagyu meat which was just delivered to my kitchen.
What an exquisite appearance!
This intricate marbled layers of fat produces a tremendously tender and deep flavour.
I will serve this beauty at the Japanese Supper Club at The Hidden Kitchen this weekend.
I'm extremely excited to see you there.
See you later everyone!
Japanese Tapas: Summer Garden - Grilled scallop, Porcini mushroom Soy rizotto, Spinach Yuzu pepper sauce
I wanted to make a little summer garden on my table.
Can you imagine that everything on this plate is edible?
Even these tiny drops are so!
They made of Yuzu juice and I named them Yuzu Pearl.
I served tiny Asian Spicy Tomato Soup alongside too.
They are based on the handmade fish both and so flavourful.
I love these petit world like Bonsai!
I hope you all had a good start of this week.
Have a lovely week everyone.
I love Rioja's wine.
I love Salmon.
No other way to enjoy this couple of dish for treating myself.
All are sharing plates for my sake.
I'm so grateful for everything which gives us happiness of life.
This set would be on the menu for our Sushi Making Night in July.
I would love to share how to make Roll sushi and Pad Thai from scratch to you all!
See you soon and have a lovely weekend, everyone!
Such a busy day with juggling lots of works, this slow cooking meal saved us.
Pulled Pork Japanese barbecue sauce and Tofu salad.
I just marinated the pork shoulder with Soy sauce, Sake, honey, garlic, ginger, salt and some slice of orange over night.
And simmered them, and it's done!
Easy peasy happy time.
Put a Tofu salad alongside.
These pretty edible flower Dashi jelly uplift us so much!
They are fresh organic flowers what I planted and fed in my garden.
Thank you that it's something we can rely on every moment.