Recipe for "Kabocha no Nimono (Pumpkin Stew)" - Recipe and recipe for "Kabocha no Nimono (Pumpkin Stew)"!Here is a recipe for "Kabocha-ni-nimono" (pumpkin stew), a classic menu item using pumpkin. The secret is to sprinkle sugar on it and leave it alone! It is a great way to make it a little more delicious. We also introduce remake recipes for leftover pumpkin and how to prepare pumpkin!
Recipe for "Kabocha no Nimono" (pumpkin stew)The secret is to sprinkle sugar on the pumpkin and leave it to soak in the flavor! The secret is to sprinkle sugar on it and leave it to soak in the flavor. How to make "Kabocha no Nimono" (pumpkin simmered in soy sauce and sugar) The secret is to sprinkle sugar on it and leave it to soak in the flavor. Kabocha is a popular vegetable in autumn and winter, and it tastes great as a side dish with rice. The texture of the kabocha is soft and fluffy, and the sweetness and salty taste of soy sauce are well-balanced. The sweetness of the pumpkin itself, combined with the sweetness and spiciness of the seasoning, makes for a tasty dish that will keep you coming back for more.
2 tablespoons each of sugar, soy sauce, mirin, and sake
200 ml water
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Kabocha no Nimono
Remake Recipe "Kabocha no Mayo Salad"A remake of "Kabocha no Nimono" (pumpkin stew). Recipe for "Kabocha Mayo Salad" remade from "Kabocha no Nimono" (pumpkin stew). I will introduce a recipe of "Kabocha Mayo Salad". The sweetness of pumpkin and the richness of mayonnaise go well together! The flavor of the simmered pumpkin is used in this recipe, so you can enjoy the Japanese taste with a hint of soy sauce. The spiciness of the fresh onions gives the dish a refreshing aftertaste. The spicy black pepper also adds to the flavor, making it a great "side dish" that is not too sweet.
IngredientsPumpkin about 200g (7.05oz)
Mayonnaise 2 tablespoons
Black pepper Dosage
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Kabocha Pumpkin Preparation Backstage TechniqueAlso, a troublesome Pumpkin Preparation We also introduce a secret technique that makes the tedious pumpkin preparation a little easier. Just heat the pumpkin in the microwave a little before cutting! Please check this out as well.
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