A low-calorie but delicious "egg simmered" recipe!
|material ( For 1 person )|
|spinach||50g (about 1/4 bundle)|
|Granule dashi stock||1/2 teaspoon|
|Soy sauce||A little less than 1 teaspoon|
|sweet sake||A little less than 1 teaspoon|
A low-calorie "egg simmered" recipe that does not use oil! A healthy side dish that you can enjoy by entwining melted eggs with moist spinach. It's as easy as cutting and boiling the ingredients, so you can use it as a side dish for dinner, as well as for breakfast and lunch!
materialClick here for what to prepare. It is the amount for one serving.
Spinach 50g (about 1/4 bundle)
1 egg 1 shiitake 1 water 80cc
1/2 teaspoon of granulated dashi stock
1 teaspoon soy sauce Mirin 1 teaspoon
How to makeSpinach is washed and boiled in plenty of hot water. Boil a little harder for less than 1 minute and it's OK.
Take spinach in cold water, squeeze the water and cut into 3-4 cm widths.
Cut the shiitake mushrooms into thin slices.
Put water in a small pot, add granules, soy sauce, and mirin to boil, then add shiitake mushrooms and simmer.
When the shiitake mushrooms are soft, add spinach and mix roughly.
Indent the center a little, insert the egg, cover and cook until the egg is as firm as you like.
Remove from heat and serve on a plate and you're done!
What is the taste of simmered eggs?Horse! Relieved taste ...! The scent of spinach and shiitake mushrooms, which are soaked in soup stock, is also appetizing. The moist spinach is entwined with the soft-boiled egg yolk, which is deep and delicious!
It has a very gentle taste, so you will want to eat it even when your stomach is a little tired, such as when the seasons change. Reduce calories without using oil. If you are not good at shiitake mushrooms, you can substitute other mushrooms such as shimeji mushrooms and king trumpet mushrooms!