Japanese fresh fish bait, with sweet and sour sesame sauce (goma-dare)…. fusion with Southern rice-paper raw Spring rolls. That’s a very fresh and tasty combo.
Ikanago are small Japanese eels. It’s the season and they were sold raw. These are “produced in Osaka”, so it seems they farm them. I rinsed them in water and boiled quickly in salty water. It is said the water has to have 4% of salt like seawater. Well…roughly, I did that.
Mungo bean sprouts, slightly crushed sesame seeds.
Saya ingen beans, steamed kabocha pumpkin.
All that is rolled inside rice-paper.
Gomadare : The sauce is made by pounding sesame seeds, garlic, dried chili pepper. Then rice vinegar, white miso and brown sugar are mixed in.
Somehow you made little tiny fish with eyes like that look and sound pretty yummy! The sauce looks wonderfully delicious
Beautiful spring rolls 🙂
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