馬肉(桜鍋)-Horse meat dish-Japanese food【江戸長火鉢 101杯目】
Horse meat I went on a trip to Aizu-wakamatsu in Fukushima Prefecture So today I will drink Aizu-Wakamatsu sake And eat horse meat bought at Aizu-wakamatsu cheers! Horse meat sashimi (Tender loin)
Aizu style In Fukushima Prefecture, where Aizu belongs, horse meat is shipped a lot Eat horse meat sashimi with spicy miso sauce in Aizu Spicy miso sauce contains garlic and red pepper It’s tender And the taste is similar to beef Found this in Aizu Mompe-Hakama (work pants) Haori (Kimono jacket) Katana (Samurai sword) This on the right side is probably wrong.
Equipped with a sword on the left side There is also an attached stick to decorate the Haori.
Use it … Aizu cotton 100%. The price is about $ 44
(About $ 20 if only haori) Now, the next dish Horse short rib (boneless ) Sukiyaki sauce
(Water, soy sauce, sake, mirin, sugar) Black and white miso Add the mixed miso to the pan Fu (Japanese dry baked wheat gluten) Negi (Green onion) Shirataki (Konjac noodles) Sakura-Nabe
(Means Cherry Blossom Pot) Similar to beef sukiyaki, but tastes elegant Edo period of Japanese did not eat too much animal meat by Buddhist thought Edo was over and it became Meiji, and Japanese people began to eat meat But they didn’t like to call it directly horse meat or boar meat For this reason, horse meat is called Sakura (cherry blossom) meat because of its color and etc Fu soaked in the soup is delicious Together with the bottle armor introduced before Japanese eggs can be eaten raw because they are hygienic Let’s cook the last dish Add sukiyaki sauce Hot rice Slightly sweet miso and meat flavor Aizu horse meat was delicious I’m full! Please look forward to the next. Thank you for your viewing.