豆乳鍋-Soy milk hot pot-Japanese food【江戸長火鉢 111杯目】
Soy milk hot pot Dried soy beans: 11.2 oz
Water: 44 fl oz Soak in water overnight Put in the mixer little by little and make it fine Bring it to a boil Be careful not to foam or burnt When boiling, simmer for 10 minutes over low heat.
Remove if there are many foams Stop the fire and squeeze it Beware of burns.
Use a spatula when it’s hot OKARA (Soy pulp) Tonyu (Soy milk) Soy milk : 30 fl oz
Soy pulp : 21 oz Make Uno-hana/KIrazu (Okara Cooking) Vegetable oil Carrot Dried shiitake mushrooms soaked in water Okara (soy pulp) Add ingredients such as clams and dried shrimp if you like Kombu (kelp) stock and dried shiitake mushroom stock Sugar Mirin Soy sauce Add green onions Uno-hana/Kirazu Put soy milk in a pan and warm Warm sake Every year around February 4 is “Setsubun” “Setsubun” is a Japanese tradition and custom that brings good luck when people throw soybeans and drive out Oni(demons) Cheers! It’s coarser than what Okara sells in the store, but it is delicious Remove foams When the surface is cooled, a film is formed.
It’s Yuba Take time to make the yuba thicker YUBA (raw yuba)
On low heat, it takes a few minutes to get this thickness Soy sauce It has a rich taste Dashi(dried bonito stock), soy sauce, mirin Mizuna(Potherb mustard)
Chicken thighs, shimeji mushrooms Lightly cook the mizuna Chicken thigh It tastes like a cream stew Salmon and pork are also recommended for soy milk hot pots Well, lastly Boiled Udon noodles How to make a simple udon All-Purpose Flour : 3.5 oz (About one serving) Mix 0.18 oz of salt and 1.5 fl oz of water Sift flour Add salt water little by little Repeat “roll out and fold” the dough 3-4 times, like a pie Wrap the dough and let it rest for 2 hours Roll out the dough to 1/8 inch thickness.
Sprinkle flour to prevent sticking Cut the dough completed!
(Boil for 10 minutes and eat) Note: There is a sound of sipping noodles Udon goes well with soy milk dashi soup It was hard to make soy milk, but it was very delicious I’m full! Please look forward to the next. Thank you for your viewing.