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Cooked Mehijiki

gekochte Mehijiki

Mehijiki are the fine points of hijiki seaweed that grows wild on rocky coasts in the region around Japan. Hijiki is a traditional food that is eaten for centuries in Japan. Hijiki is rich in essential minerals (calcium, magnesium, iron) and high in fiber. In Japan, it is said that hijiki, in small amounts, but regularly eating, promotes health and beauty and helps to thick, shiny hair.

The dish has the great advantage that you can have everything prepared a day in advance in order to have more time for his guests! It tastes even better when you eat it on the next day, because then the flavor is completely absorbed.

Mehijiki is usually eaten as a side dish together with fish or vegetables.



gekochte Mehijiki

Ingredients for 4 people

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Preparation


1. First soak the mehijiki for 10 minutes in water.

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2. Once the carrots are cleaned, cut them first into large pieces, then slice them​and finally cut them into thin strips.

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3. Let the aburaage thaw, halve it, and then cut it into approximately half a centimeter wide strips.

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4. Give 2 tablespoons oil into a large pot and place it on the stove at full capacity. Add the mehijiki and the carrots to the pot. Stirfry it all for approximately 2 minutes in the pot then deglaze all with 2-3 cups dashi stock. Bring it to a boil and let it cook for 10 minutes.

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5. Add 2 heaped tablespoons of sugar and 3 tablespoons of soy sauce and cook everything for aan aditional 2 minutes.

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6. Now everything has to cool. As mentioned above, the mehijili tastes better the longer they can soak up the flavor.

Serving: Before serving the Mehijiki is heated briefly.

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Bon appétit!
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