CRAZY JAPANESE TV COOKING SHOW: DELICIOUS RECIPE, MISO COD AND MUSHROOMS.

April 11, 2009 at 07:33 | Posted in The Book: Cute Yummy Time, Videos | 1 Comment

More yummy Japanese food with a Gothic Lolita girl and cute inflatable bear! Here’s Episode 2 of Death Cookbook. Don’t forget to subscribe to my YouTube channel, my blog feed / Feedburner and join my mailing list!

 

HOW TO USE

Write down the name of a recipe and close the book. When you open the book, a recipe from the realm of the gods will appear.

THERE ARE 3 CATCHES…

– One, only those who touch the cookbook can see Kojin and use the cookbook.

– Two, you can only make one entry in the cookbook every 24 hours.

– Three, once a recipe appears, you have 24 hours to gather the ingredients and successfully make it. If you don’t, you will turn into a hungry ghost.

EPISODE 2: MISO COD + SHIITAKE SHIRATAKI

2 black cod steaks

4 tablespoons brown miso paste

1 tablespoon organic honey

1 tablespoon mirin (sweet sake or Japanese cooking wine)

1 tablespoon black sesame seeds

– Combine the ingredients, spread on both sides of the cod and marinate for 30 minutes.

– Preheat oven to 425 F. Sprinkle the cod with the sesame seeds. Wrap in foil and bake for 12-15 minutes, or until the center is cooked.

6 fresh shiitake mushrooms, thinly sliced

2 tablespoons tamari (wheat-free Japanese soy sauce)

1 cup seaweed shirataki noodles

1 tablespoon oil

– Stirfry the ingredients until heated through. Serve with the cod.

Mmm mmm, now I’m craving for more! What would you like to see in the next episode?

– Purchase Japanese bento boxes, cute decoration items, egg molds and more  from my online store!

– To submit photos of cute food you found or made, click here.

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  1. VERY delicious recipe I must say! Miso paste (or Miso flour) is a more healthy alternative to soya bean flour. Because when soya bean flour is NOT fermented it actually has toxic amino acids (protein similiar to Melamine).

    And mushrooms help keep cancer cells at bay. So…thank you for spreading such food recipes such as this!

    Yours truly,
    kelly


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