Here is another vegan recipe that is not only healthy and easy to pprepare but will also give you plenty of satisfaction:
Taro In sesame and Miso sauce!
INGREDIENTS: For 3~4 people
-Taro/sato imo: 3 medium to large
-Miso: 1 tablespoon
-Sugar: 1 tablespoon
-Mirin/Sweet sake: １/２ tablepoon
-Ground sesame seeds: １/２ tablespoon
1- Wash the taro/sato imo and wrap as they are in cellophan paper. Cook them in a microwave oven at 600W for 7 minutes. Turn them over halfway.
2-Take them out and peel them. Shi\ould be easy by hand.. Cut them into pieces of your preference.
3-Mix the miso, sugar, mirin and ground sesame and season the taro/sato imo with them.
Serve in individual or large plate.
Add some freshly chopped greens or sprouts.
Bear in mind that depending on the size of the taro/sato imo, you might have to amend the cooking time.
Don’t forget to turn them over once halfway.
You can also vary the quantity of ground sesame!
Easy again, ain’t it?
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4 thoughts on “Vegan Japanese Cuisine: Taro in Sesame and Miso sauce”
Thank you very much for this easy and wonderful recipe. I tried it this week and just loved it (http://torwen.blogspot.com/2011/02/one-cant-get-enough-of-japanese-food.html)
You are most welcome!
Very good of ou!
Now your talking …er writing ^_^