Addictive "stir-fried peppers and shirataki noodles" recipe!
A simple and exquisite side dish that is addictive to Japanese-style seasoning, just stir-fry! It can also be turned upside down with shirataki noodles, so it is also recommended when you want to fill your stomach while you are on a diet.
Material ( For 3-4 people )
green pepper 1 pack
Shirataki 1 pack
Katsuobushi 1-2 packs
soy sauce 1 tablespoon
sweet sake 1 tablespoon
oil Appropriate amount
"Stir-fried peppers and shirataki noodles" recipe

Introducing the recipe for "stir-fried peppers and shirataki noodles", an excellent side dish that you can eat without feeling guilty while you are on a diet with peppers and shirataki noodles! The texture of shirataki noodles will make your stomach swell, and the Japanese-style seasoning will make you addicted.

Stir-fried peppers and shirataki noodles

● Materials

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

1 pack of bell peppers (about 4)
Shirataki 1 pack (about 150-200g (7.05oz))
Katsuobushi 1-2 packs 1 tablespoon soy sauce
1 tablespoon mirin
Appropriate amount of oil

Please adjust the amount of dried bonito and seasonings to your liking while watching the taste on the way.

● How to make

Wash the shirataki noodles quickly and drain the water.

"Stir-fried peppers and shirataki noodles" recipe

Cut the shirataki noodles appropriately with kitchen scissors so that they are easy to eat. Wash the peppers, remove the calyx and seeds, and chop them vertically to a width of about 5 mm.
[Reference link] How to pick pepper seeds

"Stir-fried peppers and shirataki noodles" recipe

Heat the oil in a frying pan and fry the shirataki noodles for about 1 minute.

"Stir-fried peppers and shirataki noodles" recipe

Add soy sauce and mirin and mix.

"Stir-fried peppers and shirataki noodles" recipe

"Stir-fried peppers and shirataki noodles" recipe

When the water is low, add the peppers and fry for a few minutes until tender.

"Stir-fried peppers and shirataki noodles" recipe

Add dried bonito flakes and mix roughly. Serve on a plate and you're done!

"Stir-fried peppers and shirataki noodles" recipe

"Stir-fried peppers and shirataki noodles" recipe

"Stir-fried peppers and shirataki noodles" recipe

● What is the taste?

Ummer! The moist and crispy peppers, the plump elasticity and the moderately chewy shirataki noodles are all soaked in the sweet and spicy taste. The rich flavor and delicious umami of dried bonito that puts the whole together is irresistible. A taste that makes me think that I'm glad I was Japanese.

"Stir-fried peppers and shirataki noodles" recipe

If you put this aside, white rice and sake will go on and on. If you put it in a storage container and put it in the refrigerator, it will last for 2 to 3 days, so it is also recommended as a side dish for lunch boxes or as a regular dish!