Saturday, March 12, 2011

Furikake of nori, and peas katsuo

This is the furikake we have prepared today, after talking to him we could resist a dish of rice flavored with nori furikake, katsuo and peas, and some ingredients that you will see below, is based on furikake we have developed in the past, but we've added something different like the roasted flaxseed, that is, the cuts that I discussed when preparing the book Crunchy flaxseed.

As you can see in the picture, we have developed the furikake of nori, and peas for garnish katsuo white rice, we have only added to finish flavored creaminess to the dish, good sesame oil. Sesame oil on would like to tell us in the market there are many who do not offer the flavor or qualities that deign to this name, but as usual we talk about what we do not like, what we will show you that we look good sesame oil.

1 sheet nori seaweed, katsuobushi 2 Tbsp, 1 Tbsp toasted white sesame seeds, 1 Tbsp toasted black sesame, 1 Tbsp of freeze-dried peas, ½ Tbsp of flaxseed toast and 1 tsp dried chilli. The development of furikake of nori, and peas katsuo has no mystery, you will have clear just seeing the picture or if you read the post before dedicated to furikake.

This is grinding the ingredients to mix with which to flavor dishes, such as elaborate any mixture of spices, herbs, nuts, etc.. All the ingredients that make up the furikake are dry, hence the 'break' well to blend. Perhaps, as is our case, it is necessary to toast the nori before grinding it for more crunch.

To do this you can put on a plate and dried in the microwave, or do it in a pan. On freeze-dried peas, as we mentioned above, there are ingredients not found in regular stores, but we do know where to buy online, as in this case, this excellent product which I'll talk soon, freeze-dried peas retain their taste, you can find here.

With all the dry ingredients well, you only need a coffee grinder or a small appliance that serves to grind small quantities of ingredients as given in this case. There is always the option to do so in a mortar. So to prepare this furikake simply put all ingredients in the container you use to grind and proceeds to do so, need not be a powder, whole seeds or some larger pieces of nori, or dried bonito, will not enrich the palate and offer texture.

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