Recipe Salmon Persimmon Walnut Umami Slaw

flyinglentris

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Salmon Persimmon Walnut Umami Slaw:

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Ingredients:

1) Salmon fillet - 1/2
2) Cabbage - 2 cups
3) Onion - 2 slices
4) Persimmon - 1
5) Walnuts, divided - 1/2 cup
6) Nori seaweed - 1 sheet
7) Miso paste - 1 tblspn.
8) Soy sauce - 1/2 tspn.
9) Furikake, salmon - 1 tblspn.


Procedure:

-- Preparation --

1) Crush up the walnut with mortar and pestle.
2) Thin slice the cabbage to produce long strips.
3) Cut two slices of onion and quarter them.
4) Cut the seaweed into thin strips.
5) Pan fry and flake the salmon.
6) Allow the salmon to cool.
7) Slice up the persimmon crosswise.
8) Slice up the persimmon into strips.
9) Pan fry the persimmon.
10) Allow the persimmon to cool.


-- Prepare and Serve --

11) Mix up the cabbage, onion, nori, salmon, persimmon and 1/4 cup crushed walnut.
12) In about 1/8 cup water and soy sauce dissolve the miso paste.
13) Mix in the miso with the slaw.
14) Spoon the slaw in a serving bowl(s).
15) Top with an additional 1/4 cup crushed walnuts and furikake.
16) Serve.
 

flyinglentris

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I love furikake. I make my own sometimes as it’s expensive and my kids love it.

It's time for me to get more furikake. Surprisingly, I have begun to use it with many types of meals, not just Japanese cuisine.
 

flyinglentris

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I sprinkle it on salads a lot. Not sure what my kids are doing with it but it disappears pretty fast. I keep it in my desk draw at work too.

I just ordered an assortment of 8 different flavors of furikake, a bit expensive, but what the hey ....
 

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I just ordered an assortment of 8 different flavors of furikake, a bit expensive, but what the hey ....
8 varieties from the same brand? I don’t think I’ve seen that much range.


I have a small container of very spicy tiny fried dried shrimp that I added to my latest batch for my desk drawer.
 

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8 varieties from the same brand? I don’t think I’ve seen that much range.


I have a small container of very spicy tiny fried dried shrimp that I added to my latest batch for my desk drawer.

The same company I ordered my salmon furikake from last time, offered the 8-pack. This 8-pack contains the following ...

Furikake, Ebi Fumi
Furikake, Katsuo Fumi
Furikake, Nori Komi
Furikake, Noritamagi
Furikake, Salmon
Furikake, Seto Fumi
Furikake, Shiso Fumi
Furikake, Wasabi Fumi

Each comes in 1.7 Oz. bottles.

Photo courtesy of Walmart vendor Nine Chefs.

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