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ウェルパック 冷凍 金平ごぼう
burdock and carrots
Kinpira gobo (literally “gold flat burdock”), is a popular side dish in Japan. It’s often used to fill one of the compartments in bento boxes, and is made with burdock, the taproot of a common plant found in many places around the world. Burdock is loaded with fiber, vitamin B-6, potassium and magnesium, and aside from being pretty good for you, it has a delightfully crunchy texture and earthy taste that’s truly addicting when turned into kinpira.
1) In a frying pan, heat the oil over medium high heat and stir fry gobo and carrot for a few minutes.
2) Add the ingredients for the seasonings and cook until most of liquid evaporates.
3) When the liquid is almost gone, add sesame oil and sprinkle sesame seeds and Togarashi Red Chilli Pepper.
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Net Weight: 454g
Product of Japan
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