Sautéed Chinese yam✿Japanese Food Recipes TV

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This dish is easy sauté grilled with olive oil and simply flavored with Kombu soy sauce and wasabi. You can also use normal soy sauce and enjoy eating rice with an appetizing aroma.

The ingredients are Chinese yam, Kombu soy sauce, wasabi, olive oil.

✥Ingredients✥ for 4 servings
Chinese yam: about 10 cm
Kombu soy sauce: 1 teaspoon
Wasabi: dash
Olive oil: 1 tablespoon

✥Procedure✥(10 minutes)
[1]Slice Chinese yam into 1 cm and peel them.

[2]Spread olive oil in a frying pan. Grill the both sides of Chinese yam.

[3]When the both sides become browned, pour Kombu soy sauce evenly.
Shake the frying pan lightly. When the soy sauce spreads evenly, turn off the heat.

[4]Dish them up. Add wasabi beside of them.

✍Chinese yam are full of mineral components.
Usually people eat Chinese yam by granting,
however sauté is easy to cook and also good.
The appetizing flavor of soy sauce are loved by any generation as a Japanese flavor.

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ding174 says:

Saw this dish and recipe on Netflix show midnight diner, Tokyo stories it is so yummy and delicious ummmmmm!

Rerezhang says:

looks so good!!

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