Today we have a little extravagance with sea bream chazuke♪

Today we have a little extravagance with sea bream chazuke♪

Hello everyone (´∀`)

I've been busy since the morning today💦
This is Keko, who wants to have a smooth meal.

A quick meal?
What comes to mind is Ochazuke♪
Some of you may have heard of it,
In Kyoto, ochazuke is also called ``bubuzuke'' (〃ω〃)


Today you can eat smoothly,
Introducing a slightly luxurious Bubu pickle😊

 

Ingredients : Sea bream (thin): desired amount ・Rice: 2 bowls ・Bubu Arare: 2 tablespoons
・Shredded seaweed...appropriate amount ・Mitsuba (chopped)...appropriate amount ・White sesame seeds...1 teaspoon
・Wasabi paste...1 teaspoon
[Dipping sauce]
・Sake...2 tablespoons
・Mirin...1 tablespoon
・Soy sauce...2 tablespoons

【tea】
・Sencha tea bags...2 packets ・Hot water...600ml

 

How to make ① Mix the ingredients for the dipping sauce and add the thin sea bream sauce.

Mix the ingredients for the sea bream chazuke (tsuke-dare) and add the thin sea bream sauce.


② Put 2 Sencha tea bags in a teapot, pour 80℃ hot water, cover and wait 2 minutes.

Put 2 Sencha tea bags in a teapot, pour 80℃ hot water, cover and wait 2 minutes.
③Pour hot rice into a large bowl and arrange the sea bream in the dipping sauce.
④ Sprinkle bubu arare, chopped nori, and mitsuba, add white sesame seeds and wasabi, and pour tea.

Pour hot rice into a large bowl, place the sea bream in the dipping sauce, sprinkle with bubu arare, chopped nori, and mitsuba, add white sesame seeds and wasabi, and pour tea.

Enjoy it while it's still warm! ! !

The refreshing sencha tea brings out the sweetness of the sea bream.

Why not try it once?
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