Just chin and leave ♪ "Konjac microwave oven" simple recipe
Just entangle the sauce with the torn konjac and chin in the microwave. If you leave it as it is, the taste will soak in and you can enjoy the taste like simmered food.
Material ( For 2 people )
Konjac 1 pack
Noodle soup 1.5 tbsp
Vinegar 1/2 tbsp
sugar 1/2 tbsp
Sesame oil 1/2 teaspoon
Konjac microwave oven recipe
It tastes good

Konjac that is healthy but accumulates in my stomach. It's low in calories and high in dietary fiber, so it's also a strong ally for dieting. “Simmered dishes” such as oden are the royal road to cooking with such konjac, but they tend to be avoided because it takes time and effort. Then why not use a microwave oven to make "konjac simmered in a microwave" super-easily?

Konjac microwave oven

material

Click here for what to prepare. I refer to the recipe of the Co-op Pal System.

Konjac 1 pack noodle soup 1.5 tbsp
1/2 tablespoon of vinegar
1/2 tablespoon sugar
1/2 teaspoon sesame oil

How to make

Use a spoon to tear the konjac and put it in a heat-resistant bowl.

Konjac microwave oven recipe

Add noodle soup, vinegar, sugar and sesame oil to a bowl of konjac, wrap it in plastic wrap, and heat it in the microwave for about 5 minutes. After heating, leave it to cool and let the taste blend in. You can mix it roughly so that the sauce is entwined throughout.

Konjac microwave oven recipe

Konjac microwave oven recipe

Serve on a plate and you're done!

Konjac microwave oven recipe

What is its taste?

Umm! It feels smooth and smooth, and has a smooth and comfortable texture when chewed. The sweet and spicy sauce is soaked in the konjac, and it tastes like simmered food even though it's just chin. You can sprinkle shichimi if you like!

Konjac microwave oven recipe

Konjac microwave oven recipe

It's really easy to make, so it's also recommended as a side dish for lunch boxes. If you put it in a storage container and store it in the refrigerator, it will last for about 3 days.