Friday, April 23, 2010

Stir-Fried Mozuku

Today, I will translate my mozuku recipe which won the highest award at mozuku recipe contest. Mozuku (Cladosiphon okamuranus) is noodle-like seaweed which is mainly produced in Okinawa.

Please see how much mozuku ReBekha picked up the other day! Wow!!!

This recipe, you can cook mozuku with leftover ingredients in your fridge! Bacon adds rich flavor to it. Yummy ;P

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Stir-Fried Mozuku

Difficulty: Easy
Time: 5-10min
Number of servings: 2

Ingredients:
100g (3.5oz.) Mozuku
60g (2.2oz.) carrot
3 Japanese green pepper
3 dried shiitake mushroom
2 bacon strip
1 tbsp. soy sauce
cracked salt and pepper
2 tsp. sesame oil
2 tsp. toasted white sesame seeds

Directions:
1. Wash mozuku, drain well, and cut into bite sized pieces. Soak dried shiitake mushrooms in water until soft, remove stems, and slice thinly. Cut carrot, green pepper, and bacon into thin strips.
2. Heat sesame oil in a frying pan, cook the bacon until crisp. Add and stir-fry carrot and green pepper until slightly softened. Then add and stir-fry shiitake and mozuku.
3. Season with cracked salt and pepper, sprinkle toasted white sesame seeds, and serve.

My original recipe in Japanese is here.
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4 comments:

  1. Thank you SO, SO much!! I am so excited to try it! I will post a picture on my blog and link back here so other people can try it, too. :D
    My stomach can't wait! ;)

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  2. YES! I just finished my first test cook and it is DELICIOUS. I NEVER would have thought to combine seaweed with bacon and sesame, but it works so well! I took a few pictures but will take more when I cook it again and have prettier plates and lighting at hand.

    You are my hero. :D

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  3. Hello ReBekha,

    I am really glad to know that!!!
    Thank you for trying out this soon!!!

    It seems like you know Japanese taste ;) Great!!!

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  4. ReBekha, whether to try it out or not depends on you, so please feel free to ask me for a recipe! Sometimes it takes time, but it's my pleasure to translate my own recipe, you know!

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