◆Red miso (sanjirushi - Traditional Japanese restaurant style red miso)
Ground sesame seeds
Wash the snow peas and remove the fibers. Slice the chikuwa into 5 mm diagonals.
Boil the snow peas in boiling water.
Turn off the heat once the snow peas have cooked through, and add the chikuwa. Immediately drain in a sieve to cool.
[Vinegar Miso] Mix the ◆ ingredients together. After it has all blended together, add the ♢ vinegar, and stir well.
Place the chikuwa and snow peas into seperate bowls. Mix in the [Miso Vinegar] a bit at a time. Add the sesame seeds, mix, and it is done.
If you have leftover miso vinegar, please try with broccoli. Recipe ID: 1688462 "Broccoli in Sesame Vinegar Miso Grandma's Taste".
Story Behind this Recipe
This is the sesame vinegar miso that my grandma always made. My grandma liked to eat this with lettuce and broccoli. I also eat it with various ingredients such as cucumbers, celery, chicken.
-You won't be able to adjust the taste of the ingredients when you add the vinegar miso to the bowl, so add to the bowl with the chikuwa and snow peas instead, and adjust to suite your taste. -If the flavor becomes too strong, then add in ground sesame to adjust.