いつもありがとうございます。酒粕＆発酵専門店「Hacco to go!」です。
Hacco to go!" refers to the Sake Lees Project of FARM8, a company in Nagaoka City, Niigata Prefecture, which is involved in developing products and other solutions to food problems.
"Sake Lees in your daily life more easily." We are researching tasty and healthy recipes under the theme of "Sake Lees for your daily life"!
To make sake lees more accessible to everyone, easy-to-eat recipes are introduced.
In this issue we tell you about an arranged recipe using 'Sake Lees Raisins'!
How to make sake lees raisin rapé
This time, I will make Sake Kasu Raisin Rapé with carrots. The word 'rappé' is French for 'grated' and refers to a salad of carrots cut into small pieces, like 'carrot shiri-shiri-shiri' in Japan.
The basic dressing is white wine vinegar, olive oil, salt, honey and mustard, but this time the original recipe is made with mellow sake lees raisins.
[Materials] (1 person points)
❒ Ginseng Small 1 book
1 tsp ❒ lemon juice (or vinegar or white wine vinegar)
❒1/2 tsp maple syrup (or sugar)
2 tsp ❒ olive oil (other oils can be used)
1 tbsp ❒ sake lees raisins
❒ Pinch of salt (not in quantity)
For basic sake lees raisins, click here.
(i) Cut the carrots into small pieces, blanch them with salt and squeeze out the water lightly.
(ii) Add maple syrup to the lemon juice and stir.
(iii) Add the olive oil and mix thoroughly.
4) Add 1 tbsp sake lees raisins, mix lightly and add the carrots.
If you find it troublesome to make your own dressing, you can simply mix the raisins with commercially available French dressing.
Creamy sake lees give this mature dish a soft, boozy aroma. The sake lees acts like cream cheese and adds richness to the dressing. Moreover, the more you bite into the sake-soaked raisins, the more they taste like a fruit sauce that envelops the carrots.
Looks good as a snack with a glass of kinky, chilled junmai ginjo sake or a glass of wine. Oh, it would also be delicious in a sandwich with ham or chicken ...! It's so delicious you'll want to eat this all the time.
By the way, maple syrup and sake lees go well together! Just pour maple syrup over the scorched sake lees and enjoy.
Arranged recipes using sake lees raisins. If you think about it, there are many more recipes to be found. If I come up with any new recipes, I'll update this again!
We'll keep updating other recipes using sakekasu, so stay tuned!
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