Inari is the type of sushi contained in a sweetly soaked pouch of fried tofu. The pronunciation is Zushi in this word, inarizushi.
With season produce, they make a pleasant plant-based lunch.
I told you that so far the rainy season was a dry one, but that’s changing as we are reaching the end : It rains seriously !
I bought this. 油揚げ, abura age. They are slices of tofu, deep-fried.
Cut and they become little bags to contain your sushi.
My rice is a mix of mochigome (sticky rice) and genmai (brown rice) . Flavored with kurosu (black rice vinegar), very little salt and grated carrot.
I rinsed the abura age pouches with hot water to eliminate the excess of oil, then simmered them in a little sweet broth (shoyu soy sauce, kurozato black sugar, chili pepper and laurel). I don’t want mine too sweet.
Toppings : edamame fresh soy beans, fresh sweet corn, sweet green chili, carrot.
Served with kaiware daikon sprouts.