It smells like your favorite sauce. Takoyaki-style takomeshi
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It smells like your favorite sauce. Takoyaki-style takomeshi


It smells like your favorite sauce. Takoyaki-style takomeshi

60 minutes

With a rice cooker. Introducing a recipe for “Takoyaki-style Takomeshi” and how to make it. Speaking of takomeshi, it is common to cook Kotome rice with a dashi stock, but this time it was cooked with an okonomiyaki sauce and finished in a Takoyaki style. It’s a prepuri thing. The sauce goes well with rice.

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material

(For 2 to 4 people)

336Kcal

  • Octopus
    120g
  • Long onion
    1/2 book
  • Rice
    2 go
  • water
    380cc
  • a. Mirin
    1 teaspoon
  • a. Soy sauce
    1 teaspoon
  • a. Stock of dashi
    1/2 teaspoon
  • a. Favorite sauce
    2 tablespoons
  • Heaven
    2 tablespoons
  • Red ginger
    6 g

Preparation

・ Chop the red ginger into fine pieces.

How to make

1

Cut the long green onion with a leek cutter and chop it with a kitchen knife.

2

Put rice, seasoning (a) and water in a rice cooker and mix. Cook in rice mode by adding octopus and long green onion.

3

When cooked, open the lid and add red ginger, add the shavings and mix.

Four

Put it in a bowl and top it with bonito and blue glue.

Tips and points

-If you have a cooking mode, use it.

Comment from a registered dietitian

Nutritional value (1/4 of the total amount for one person)

Calories: 336kcal

Protein: 14.1g

Fat: 2.1g

Carbohydrate: 62g

Salt equivalent: 1.1g

One point advice ♪

Octopus contains a large amount of the amino acid called “taurine”, which is familiar in nutrition drinks. Taurine is a component that can be expected to prevent lifestyle-related diseases such as reducing cholesterol and triglycerides in the blood and keeping blood pressure correct.
Octopus is a low-sugar, high-protein, low-fat food, so it’s also recommended for people on a diet.

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