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One More Dish! Chikuwa and Nori Seaweed Fritters (Isobe-age) Made in a Frying Pan. Great recipe for One More Dish! Chikuwa and Nori Seaweed Fritters (Isobe-age) Made in a Frying Pan. When I had a little leftover egg from making rolled omelettes and felt it a waste to throw it out, I quickly thought this up.

One More Dish! Chikuwa and Nori Seaweed Fritters (Isobe-age) Made in a Frying Pan This recipe for fried tempeh with chili sauce is slightly more advance than a simple pan-frying, but it is using simple ingredients, and the extra effort is worth it. Over plain freshly steamed rice the Missus lay two types of "soboro": one made with minced chicken, the other with eggs. The green note was added with edamame, while roasted/black sesame seeds accentuated the brown colour of the chicken. You can cook One More Dish! Chikuwa and Nori Seaweed Fritters (Isobe-age) Made in a Frying Pan using 7 ingredients and 4 steps. Here is how you cook it.

Ingredients of One More Dish! Chikuwa and Nori Seaweed Fritters (Isobe-age) Made in a Frying Pan

  1. You need 1 of one 5-stick package Chikuwa.
  2. It’s 2 tbsp of Flour (cake flour).
  3. You need 1 tbsp of Katakuriko.
  4. It’s 1 tbsp of Aonori.
  5. You need 20 ml of brimming Water.
  6. Prepare 1 small of amount Eggs (Leftover egg liquid from cooking rolled omelettes etc.).
  7. Prepare 1 of Vegetable oil.

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One More Dish! Chikuwa and Nori Seaweed Fritters (Isobe-age) Made in a Frying Pan step by step

  1. As for the chikuwa, I use chikuwa as shown in the photo. This of course also tastes good with fried chikuwa as well. Cut the chikuwa in half around the center diagonally. If you are using longer chikuwa that of that in the photo, then it is easier to handle by cutting into thirds..
  2. Making the breading. As shown in the photo, if you have just a bit of egg leftover after making tamagoyaki, then you can use it to make this. If you have it, add the ingredients into this bowl. Add cake flour and katakuriko to the bowl, then pour in the water and stir with cooking chopsticks. Sprinkle in the aonori and stir..
  3. Add the chikuwa to the breading from Step 2, and mix using cooking chopsticks..
  4. Add a large amount of vegetable oil to a frying pan. Over a strong heat and while turning occasionally with cooking chopsticks, move the frying pan around to circulate the cooking oil, and it'll be done in no time..