～～ Sautéed Red Snapper with Shiokoji sauce, Matcha flavor ～～
2 fillet Snapper
2 tbsp all purpose flour
1 tsp olive oil
Pinch of matcha powder
1/2 tsp olive oil
1/2 tsp rice vinegar
1, Sprinkle flour on both side of snapper, and take off extra.
2, Heat flying pan and put oil, then place snapper fillet skin side down. Sauté medium heat.
3, When the skin become nice and crispy, flip fillet over and sauté other side.
1, Put all ingredients in a bowl.
2, Mix well. (I recommend to make this sauce just before finish cooking fish, because of changing matcha color and loosing flavor).
Matcha is becoming quite popular in New York. I see many people are having Matcha Frappuccino in summer time. Matcha's bitterness will be great substitute of chocolate. Also In Japanese Kaiseki Cuisine which is Kyoto style traditional cooking, uses matcha for cooking sometimes. Drinks, sweets of course, also one of the popular way is "Matcha-jio". This is simple mixture of sea salt and matcha powder. It's used as salt, especially for tempura instead of dashi sauce.
例えばウィークデーのニューヨーク8:30AM、サブウェイの階段を駆け上がり、足早にオフィスへ向かうビジネスパーソンたちの多くが朝食をさっと買っていく"Grab and Go" 。スムージー、フルーツ、サンドウィッチなど皆それぞれの朝食を抱え仕事場へと向かう。そのなかでも不動の人気を続けるのがベーグル。様々な種類と共にトッピングも選ぶことができ、いろいろな組み合わせを楽しめる。そんなベーグルのオーダーの仕方は、例えばこんな感じだろうか。
Bagels are a one of soul food for New Yorker. They are sold anywhere in the city. Also we eat bagels in any occasion, for breakfast, lunch, may be for a simple supper. Bagel is the best "grab and go food".
I created the bagel this time, healthy and tasty way Instead of using cream cheese, I used drained yogurt. It's light and still has strong favor. Then add miso that is my soul food too.
4 pcs bagels
1/2 cup yogurt (well drained)
1tbsp dijon mustard
1/2 tsp garlic powder
1/4pc Red onion
1Cup rice vinegar
1tbsp maple syrup
1, Drain yogurt with fine basket or cheese cloth for over night.
2, Add miso, mustard, garlic powder in yogurt and mix.
Curing daikon and red onion
1, Mix rice vinegar, water, and maple syrup in a bowl.
2, Divide for two containers.
3, Peel and slice thinly both daikon and red onion.