here is another recipe for vegans, hungry ones in this case!
You need very little and can used leftover rice!
INGREDIENTS: (For two people)
Takuan: as appropriate
Steamed rice (cold leftover is best!): 2 Japanese bowls
Finely chopped scallions or leeks: as appropriate
Sesame seeds: as appropriate
Sesame oil: as appropriate
Salt: “shokoji/塩麹” if possible. If not available salt of your choice. As appropriate.
Optional: Herbs, vegetables and spices of your liking!
Chop the takuan finely.
In a large fry pan pour some sesame oil. Fry takuan first for a little time.
Add rice and mix with takuan and fry all the time.
Add chopped leeks (and optional herbs), mix and continue frying.
Add sesame seeds. mix and continue frying.
When rice is properly fried add salt and spices (optional), mix quickly and serve!
Easy and very healthy!
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