ramen lunch to fight the chilly weather.Nothing goes better with pork broth than the nuttiness of toasted sesame.
I bought the noddles and the soup (
tonkotsu pork broth).
The reheat noddles and toppings. Sliced ginger and
kujo negi leeks. Toasted sesame and kiku chrysanthemum. And on top of that, a little mix of miso, toasted sesame and garlic, pasted together.
A very filling side dish : veggies in
gochujang Korean sauce. There are okra, kuromame black soy beans, ninniku no me garlic stalks…
The falafel-mania is not over… Summer is just starting. Today with flashy red bell pepper.
It’s a base of pasted soaked chick peas, with onion, green and red pepper additions. To texture it, I’ve used oatmeal. Pan-fried.
Served them with grilled bread, shredded red cabbage, lemon, a little
harissa and tahini sauce.
tahini (pasted sesame), that I dilute with lemon juice and a little water to make the sauce.
Tahini sauce on the falafels and…
…on the side-dish of red bell pepper and
wakame flavored sashimi konnyaku.
For dessert, green melon and a few drop this product that is a sweet reduction of balsamico vinegar. That magically enhances fruit flavor.
Transforming a bowl of freshly boiled chick peas into 3 dishes.
Falafels. It’s better to make them from raw chick peas, but I’ve mashed boiled ones with a little potato starch for binding, added randomly spices, mint, lemon balm, and the brown thing is the ground of sobacha.
Chickpeas in a tomato
tabouleh with… what was in the fridge, sweet corn, ninniku no me (garlic stalks), bell pepper, green soy beans, mint too. And harissa.
Served with salad spinach.
Chick peas with lemon juice and lots of
tahini (sesame paste) to make a creamy hummus. It’s a sauce for the falafels.
June 21, 2013
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falafels, with a creamy tahini sauce. The local twist is the addition of nira (garlic chives).
tabouleh. What is special is I’ve used yuzu, the Japanese citrus and different herb. That was really delicious.
Overnight soaked chickpeas pasted with some bigger chunks, littles bits of onion and chopped
nira (garlic chives), salt, pepper. I thickened them with oatmeal. Pan-fried.
tahini in the blender. I’ve added salt and lemon juice to make it a creamy dip. Harissa on the side.
I slightly precooked the bulgur in water (when I have more time, I soak it one night in plenty of water instead), then added everything to the drained grain. I let flavor mix overnight.
A side of cucumber
May 29, 2013
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Mmmm. Sorry it’s over, there is none left ! Make yours it’s quick and you need only 3 ingredients.
That’s extremely simple. In a mill, process the sesame into paste, or use paste you already have (
Mix it to silky tofu (about 2 tbs of paste per cup) and a little
kurozato black cane sugar. Whip well. Add a few drops of vanilla essence and a little brandy for flavoring (optional).
Transfer into cups.
Mix some more sugar and water, stir till it gets a black syrup texture.
Pour half of the syrup on top, and refrigerate at least one hour.
The syrup went down around the cream, so pour the rest just before serving.
April 12, 2013
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