Wasabi Zuke/山葵漬 is wasabi fermented and pickled with the white lees of Japanese sake. This is a prime product of Shizuoka Prefecture which outputs 80% of all wasabi in Japan!
The Missus being very this week didn’t have much time for shopping yesterday and made ends meet with waht was available in the pantry!
After steaming the rice she mixed it with home-pickled wasabi stems and chopped seaweed/konbu (she pickled them together).
She added wasabi zuke (very high qulaity even in Shizuoka Prefecture made by Tamaruya Co.) for extra seasoning and zip.
As I like yakitori hot, cold or canned, she opened a small tin of it and spread it over the rice. Simple and effective!LOL
The side dish looked like a flag!
The Missus included her favorite trick, half an avocado fille with the half of a boiled egg. She coated the inside of the avocado with tartatre mayonnaise for seasoning. The cut tomatoes on a thick bed of Shiuzoka-grown cress is Shizuoka-graown Ameera tomatoes (very sweet!)
She added some cheese for the necessary balance. As for dessert, home-made apple compote and (imported) blueberries.
Today promises rain. I wonder what the Missus will come up with?
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