Stir-Fried Dried Squid and Vegetables (NO Knife! Kit...ochikeron
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We received some dried squids when we visited the nearby shrine for our son's Omiyamairi (the first shrine visit) and my darling's Yakubarai (ceremony to drive away evil spirits). I decided to make a dish out of them.
It turned out to a very tasty and delicious stir-fried dish, goes great with white rice. Oyster-sauce flavor, with a hint of chive is obviously addictive. Very filling with lots of bean sprouts ;)
You don't need a knife but use kitchen scissors / kitchen shears!
Of course, you can use regular squids.
FYI: Hatsumiya-Mairi (初宮参り) or Omiyamairi (お宮参り) is one of the traditional celebration events for Japanese babies. Whenever a newborn is over a month old, we bring the baby to a nearby shrine for a greeting (giving the invocation).
Stir-Fried Dried Squid and Vegetables
Time: 20min + soaking time
Number of servings: 4
2 dried squids
400g (14oz.) bean sprouts
1 bundle Chinese chives
1 tsp. Toban Jan (hot bean sauce / Chinese red chili paste)
1 tbsp. sesame oil
* 1 tbsp. Sake
* 1 tbsp. oyster sauce
* 1 tbsp. soy sauce
* 1 tsp. sesame oil
1. Soak the dried squids in water overnight to make them soft. Cut into thin strips using kitchen shears. *remove the hard gristle and dirty tips
2. Mix A very well.
3. Heat sesame oil in a frying pan, add Toban Jan, then cook until fragrant. Add the squids, then stir-fry until heated.
4. Add the bean sprouts and cook until coated with oil. Then add the Chinese chives (cutting them into 2 inches long with kitchen shears), season with A to finish.
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