How to Make Favorite Sweet and Salty Konnyaku and Tarako Butter Stir Fry

Sweet and Salty Konnyaku and Tarako Butter Stir Fry. This is an easy take on a sweet and salty fish stir fry Chinese dish. Tarako or mentaiko mixed with a bit of butter and spread on hot toast is delicous. The sweet-salty taste of the marinade permeates the firm fish and the result is heavenly.

It is tasteless and its texture is similar to jelly. Since konnyaku is calorie free but high fibres, therefore, people, who aim of losing weight or keep dieting, would choose to consume. Tarako is salted cod roe and eaten both as is or cooked.

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This is an easy take on a sweet and salty fish stir fry Chinese dish. Tarako or mentaiko mixed with a bit of butter and spread on hot toast is delicous. The sweet-salty taste of the marinade permeates the firm fish and the result is heavenly.

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To get started with this recipe, we must prepare a few ingredients. You can have sweet and salty konnyaku and tarako butter stir fry using 8 ingredients and 7 steps. Here is how you can achieve that.

The ingredients needed to make Sweet and Salty Konnyaku and Tarako Butter Stir Fry:

  1. {Prepare 1 block of Konnyaku.
  2. {Take 1 piece of Tarako (salt cured cod or pollack roe).
  3. {Make ready 2 tsp of Butter (or margarine).
  4. {Prepare 1 tbsp of ★ Mirin.
  5. {Make ready 1 1/2 of to 2 tablespoons ★ Sugar.
  6. {Make ready 2 tbsp of ★ Soy sauce.
  7. {Take 1 tsp of ★ Dashi stock granules.
  8. {Take 150 ml of ★ Water.

Kitsune Udon is Udon noodles in hot Dashi soup topped with Aburaage that has been cooked in a sweet and salty sauce. Yakisoba is Japanese stir fried noodles. It is served with Yakisoba sauce, similar to Tonkatsu or Okonomiyaki sauce. The Salt and Sugar will help the leaves stay green and fresh when stir-frying.

Steps to make Sweet and Salty Konnyaku and Tarako Butter Stir Fry:

  1. Cut the konnyaku in half horizontally, and then into bite sized pieces. Take the membrane off the tarako and loosen up the insides..
  2. Put salted water and the konnyaku pieces in a deep frying pan and bring to a boil. Drain into a colander or sieve, rinse under running water, return to the frying pan and toss around the konnyaku pieces until dried out..
  3. When all the moisture is gone, add the butter to the pan and stir fry quickly. Add the ★ ingredients, put on a small lid that sits directly on top of the food (drop lid or otoshibuta) and simmer over medium-low heat..
  4. Simmer until almost all the liquid is gone..
  5. Add the tarako and stir fry until cooked..
  6. Finished..
  7. Please also take a look at- "Sweet and Salty Konnyaku and Mentaiko Butter Stir Fry". https://cookpad.com/us/recipes/148022-sweet-and-savory-butter-sauteed-konnyaku-and-mentaiko.

Once water starts to boil, add in the Sweet Potato Leaves. Add in the leaves, stir for a few seconds and remove from heat. Serve with some Dipping Fish Sauce and a bowl of rice. Rau lang xào tỏi Nguyên Liệu Rau lang. Tarako, mentaiko, and karashi mentaiko can be bought at Japanese grocery stores and Asian supermarkets in the frozen or refrigerated sections.

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