Heat sesame oil and stir-fry the shirasu. When they have a little color, add spinach and stir-fry.
When the spinach is wilted, drizzle soy sauce and stop the heat.
Sprinkle on lemon juice, mix, and it's done. Season with black pepper if you like.
Story Behind this Recipe
Since I'm a nursing mom, I make a lot of dishes that are calcium and iron-rich.
Shirasu fish have some salt content, so adding too much soy sauce will make it too salty. Add just enough for fragrance. It's said that spinach fried in oil will boost its iron and vitamin E intake. [Translator's note: listed below is information relevant to Japanese food therapy]