Tuesday, August 5, 2008

Yasai Itame

I saw this in Nobu's site. I just happened to buy "Taugeh" a.k.a. bean sprouts yesterday. Normally, I would fry with salted fish but I tried frying it "Japanese style".

I used Nobu's 'recipe' and managed to fry a deliciously fresh and sweet vegetable dish. I dropped the meat because we were having soy sauce pork as another dish for dinner.
  • carrot
  • sliced snow peas
  • onion
  • cabbage
  • soy bean sprout
  • yellow pepper
  • straw mushrooms
  • soy sauce
  • salt
  • pepper
  • salad oil

6 comments:

allthingspurple said...

that's alot of ingredient. I normally have scredded carrot and tofu only. Yours must be delicious

Angie said...

Hi, i'm the new visitor from Auckland. By the way that welcome message was incredible! Love your bento post, am interested to start my own bento for my little girl hence any tips will be greatly appreciated. Where do you get all your bento supplies in KL? I'll be back in KL this weekend, good opportunity to grab some supplies. Thanks in advance.

nobu said...

It's great! really Japanese style.
Thanks for tring Yasai itame.
yellow pepper is good idea so it makes a dish colorful.
and I think those sprout are delicious becaose sprout take good taste from other vegetables and pork.

Bento Pet said...

allthingspurple: I only know how to fry bean sprouts with salt fish. This is the first time frying with so many different types of veggies. Surprisingly it really tasted good - sweet and crunchy with an unusual mix of flavors from the different types of veggies.

Bento Pet said...

angie: Please read FAQ on the right side bar. You'll find answers to your questions there, I hope! BTW Welcme!

Bento Pet said...

nobu: Thank you for the inspirations! One more feather for my hat!

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