Young Hijiki Aurio Orio with a yuzu scent


With chili powder instead of red pepper
Moderate spicy. Perfect compatibility with Yuzu!



  • Wakabijiki Yuzu(Before salt / before water) 50g / 5g
  • Garlic (chopped) 1
  • Olive oil (for fried) 3 to 4 tablespoons
  • Long onion (diagonally small cut) 60g
  • Shrimp (frozen is OK) 6 to 8 tails
  • 8 snaps
  • Spaghetti 180g
  • Salt (for pasta hot water/for finishing) Appropriate amount
  • Chile powder appropriate amount
  • Olive oil (for finishing) 3 tablespoons

How to:

  1. The yuzu hijiki is changed twice, rinsing, rinsing, and soaked in salt for about 3 minutes and drains salt. Yuzu is also given together and cut into an easy -to -eat length. For dried products, return to water for 5 minutes.

  2. Take the streaks on both sides, boil the pasta with salt, boil for about 2 minutes and cut it in diagonal 4 equal parts.
  3. Go to a frying pan with garlic with olive oil. When it becomes a bean color, add a slightly diagonally cut longion and shake the salt lightly and fry it.
  4. Before putting the shrimp in a frying pan, start boiling the pasta.
    With the image of about one minute before the default time
  5. When the green onion is soft, take a bite -sized shrimp (thawed and use it). Fry quickly
  6. Put pasta hot water in a 200cc frying pan, and after boiling about 1/3, turn off the heat. When the pasta is boiled up, give it to a small amount and leave a small amount of hot water.
  7. Put pasta in a frying pan, put 1 and 2 and light. Add the oil for finishing and adjust it with boiled juice if there is not enough water. Entangle the whole
  8. Adjust the salt while taste. Put the chili powder if you like.
  9. If you put it on a plate while hot, shake the chili powder on the edge of the plate to complete it!


"Wakojiki Yuzu" is a versatile player who is easy to match with any ingredients.
It leaves the salt and balance the whole.
Add colorful vegetables such as snap -pepper and broccoli to add color.

In addition to shrimp, arrangement with your favorite seafood such as squid and Asari.

Here are the items used in the recipe

Dried Young Hijiki Seaweed


Dried Young Hijiki Seaweed