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Published on Jan 13, 2012
Ochazuke is a light meal made by pouring hot tea over steamed rice. Though you may not be very hungry, ochazuke is very easy to eat. This is the perfect meal after drinking or when you want to grab a quick snack.
Salmon Ikura Chazuke (serves 1) 50g Salted Salmon Fillet (1.76 oz) 1 tbsp Ikura Shoyu-zuke - salmon roe marinated with soy sauce based seasoning Toasted Nori Seaweed 1 tbsp Chopped Mitsuba Parsley Toasted White Sesame Seeds Wasabi - Japanese Horseradish Salt 80g Steamed Rice (2.82 oz) Hojicha - a type of Japanese green tea
Umeboshi Shirasu Takana Chazuke (serves 1) ½~1 Umeboshi - Pickled Japanese Plum 1 tbsp Shirasu Whitebait 1~2 tbsp Chopped Takana-zuke - pickled takana greens 2 Shiso Leaves Toasted White Sesame Seeds 80g Steamed Rice (2.82 oz) Hojicha - a type of Japanese green tea
* If you can't find these toppings in your area, look for savory salted ingredients as substitutes. The upside of sauteing salmon in a pan is that it doesn't give off much smoke and the cleanup is easy. You might also enjoy the video on how to make Tai Chazuke (Sea Bream Chazuke). http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bUhuuU...