Haba Nori (Sujiro Blue Nori)

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The seaweed "Habanori" features a lush scent and a taste that is addictive.

Please put a habanori on the classic "stew" accent of home rice that you want to eat asexually in winter, and enjoy a different taste than usual.

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Material (for 4 people):

・ Chicken thighs: about 300g
・ Potatoes: 3
・ Onion: 1
・ Ginseng: 1
・ Broccoli: 1/2 shares
・ Salad oil (for fried): 1 tbsp
・ Flour: 4 tablespoons
・ Salt / pepper: Appropriate amount
・ Milk: 800-1,000cc
・ Mirin: 1 tablespoon
・ Habanori dried as it is: your favorite amount

How to:

  1. Pot potatoes are peeled, cut into small pieces, carrots are smaller than potatoes, and onions are cut. Chicken thighs are cut into bite -sized pieces.
  2. Sprinkle salad oil in a frying pan, arrange chicken thighs with meat down and cook over medium heat.
  3. Immediately put onions, carrots and potatoes on the chicken, cover the lid, and bake it to the extent that the chicken skin is grilled.
  4. When water comes out of the vegetables, sprinkle the flour and mix until the powdery disappears.
  5. Add milk and mirin, when boiling, cover with medium heat, boil for about 15 minutes and season with salt and pepper.
  6. While boiling the stew, cut the broccoli into a small bunch, steam, and boil it.
  7. Mix the broccoli into the completed stew, and finally serve the gravitory to complete.
  8. Recommended application ①: It will be delicious even if you use the seaweed "dried streaked streak".
  9. Recommended applied ②: Just mix the liquid part of the stew and the "dried streak a nori" and complete the cream cream.  Aonori cream isIt is also recommended to eat it with boiled spinach.

When it's getting chilly little by little, I want to eat warm soup and stew.
The creamy ingredients and food that go well with food should be delicious even if you match the stew ...!
Please add an arrangement to your usual home rice and enjoy it.

Here are the items used in the recipe

Dried Habanori

SEA VEGETABLE COMPANY

Dried Habanori

$7.00