The point is to dry roast the ingredients. The astringent taste gets removed and is replaced with outstanding flavor! Enjoy the beauty benefits of the highly nourishing garlic chives while being on a diet.
Cut the konnyaku into strips and cut the chives into pieces to match the konnyaku.
Photo translation: (Top) Slice into 0.5 cm wide slices and then cut each slice into 3-4 strips. (Bottom) Cut into 4 cm lengths.
Dry-roast the konnyaku in a frying pan without any oil. Once the moisture has completely evaporated, add the ★ ingredients to season, transfer to a dish and set aside.
Heat 1 tablespoon of oil in the frying pan and cook the garlic chives. Add the dashi granules and salt to season. This should only take about 10 seconds.
Return the konnyaku to the pan and quickly stir-fry while mixing together. Immediately transfer to a dish.
Story Behind this Recipe
I put on weight during the year-end holidays and just couldn't lose it again. So, that's why I've been making a lot of konnyaku dishes. But apparently I wasn't getting enough nutrients, so my skin dried out.... So, I combined it with some very nourishing garlic chives, added a richer flavor, and it came out delicious. It goes so well with rice. This will probably backfire on my diet plans since I love rice so much!
-This has a rich flavor that goes well with rice. -Dry-roasting the konnyaku will get rid of the bitter taste. Fry it until the pan starts to make sizzling noises. -Pouring the soy sauce into the pan with the konnyaku and cooking until the liquid evaporates is the key to getting the flavor to penetrate. -Since the chives cook quickly, only cook them for a short time. -Stir-fry the konnyaku and garlic chives together quickly.