GOURMANDE in OSAKA

That’s perfect : it’s raining. What’s the problem with rain ?
The weather matches my menu. I’m glad. We alternate beautiful weather days and grey full rain days. It’s Autumn lottery…

Hakusai (Napa cabbage) is not only dirt cheap in this season, it is also excellent. I’d buy whole ones , but they are so huge that I can’t finish one by myself.

Steaming is perfect.

Then something spicy on top : cooked crystal noodles made of mungo beans. They are called harusame (Spring rain).

I emptied my fridge in the stir-fry based on chicken meat and liver. Kabocha, chick peas…

To enjoy with after-meal tea : mikan oranges, peanuts and goji berries.

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    • I used fresh onion-garlic-ginger and a dry chili to stir-fry the noodles, then added soy sauce and a little fragrant sesame oil. On the whole dish, I’ve sprinkled shichimi-togarashi, Japanese 7 spice mix (1/2 chili pepper and 1/2 sansho pepper), orange peel, sesame … etc, depends on brands).

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