"Taro and tuna oyaki" recipe! The fluffy texture is addictive
|Material ( For 2 people )|
|Tuna can||1/2 can|
|Salt and pepper||Appropriate amount|
|Sesame oil||Appropriate amount|
|soy sauce||1 tablespoon|
|sweet sake||1 tablespoon|
Introducing the recipe for "taro and tuna oyaki". The fluffy and chewy texture and the umami of the taro that melts in your mouth are addictive! Recommended for children's snacks and adult snacks.
Oyaki of taro and tuna
materialClick here for what to prepare.
2 taro cans 1/2 can salt and pepper Appropriate amount of sesame oil Appropriate amount of soy sauce 1 tablespoon
1 tablespoon mirin
2 teaspoons of sugar
1 tablespoon of water
How to makeCombine soy sauce, mirin, sugar and water.
Wash the taro, wrap it in plastic wrap, and heat it in the microwave (500W) for 4-5 minutes. Take it out when it becomes soft.
Remove the taro wrap, wrap it in kitchen paper, and peel it.
Put the taro in a bowl and mash it with a masher or fork until smooth.
Add the drained tuna and salt and pepper and mix, then shape the dough into a round and flat shape.
Heat sesame oil in a frying pan, line up the dough and bake until both sides are browned.
Add the seasonings that you have combined and entangle them all together to complete!
What is the taste of taro and tuna?It's fluffy and fluffy and insanely delicious! It has a soft texture that melts when you put it in your mouth. If it is only taro, it looks like light snow, but by adding tuna here, the texture is added and the texture is also produced. The balance between the umami of taro that rolls on your tongue, the aroma of sesame oil, and the juicy umami of tuna is also exquisite! Furthermore, the sweet and spicy sauce is often entwined, and the chopsticks go on and on.
"Taro and tuna oyaki" has a smooth texture and a savory, sweet and spicy taste that will appeal to your appetite. It's a dish that can be enjoyed by both children and adults, so be sure to use it as a family dining table!