After extolling the virtues of yams/imo in another posting, I thought I had to introduce a few simple Japanese recipes using this very useful vegetable!
This recipe is more a combination of Japanese and French gastronomy than anything else. It has the merit to be very simple and healthy!
No need for an ove, a simple grill is enough!

The yam used in this particular recipe is “naga imo/長いも or long yam”.

The same, cleaned and cut!

INGREDIENTS: For 2 people

-Yam/naga imo: 150 g
-Egg: 1
-White dashi/shirodashi/shiradshi (if not available, plain dashi or souptock of your choice): 1 tablespoon
-Flour: 1 teaspoon
-Salt, pepper and spices: if and as you like!


-Peel the yam and grate into a bowl.

-Add the beaten egg, dashi, flour and (optional) seasoning and mix well.

Pour into shallow oven dish and cook in the grill for 5~10 minutes.
Serve at once!

Simple, ain’t it?

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