Friday, 10 June 2011

Green Tea Soba Soup with Ebi Furai



This was my dinner yesterday: green tea soba soup with fried panko coated shrimps, soft-yolked egg, naruto maki (fishcakes), omelet flower and chopped green onions.

This might look complicated but it was actually very simple to make, because the fried shrimps are store-bought and I only had to deep-fry them. The soup simply consists of hot water, dashi powder, soy sauce, mirin and Shichimi Togarashi (Japanese 7-spice powder).

Just like yesterday, I feel totally dead tired today....I hope I will feel more awake later in the evening - I am going to visit a concert!


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19 comments:

  1. Look amazing like always!!! xxx gloria

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  2. the fishes look perfect! gloria

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  3. This is what you make when you're dead tired? Girl, I just order a pizza! Your dinner looks much better :)

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  4. are those matcha noodles? I love those ^^

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  5. Mmm..this is a comforting meal that I would love to try try. Very pretty too!
    Have a nice weekend.

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  6. That just looks so fresh and colourful and healthy! As always, your presentation is just so imprsesive! Well done for making such a gorgeous plate when your tired. Enjoy your concert :)

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  7. Absolutely gorgeous. I love how precise and careful your bentos look! Just lovely.

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  8. Hi CG! Shichimi Togarashi (Japanese 7-spice powder)? What does it taste like? You always have either cute charaben bentos, interesting recipe bentos or delish mouth-watering bentos! How I wish to be your neighbour! Esp. when on those days I don't feel like cooking! LOL :P
    Enjoy your concert and have an enjoyable weekend! :D

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  9. This green tea soba looks so delicious and pretty! Have a wonderful weekend and hope you feel rejuvenated.

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  10. your food is always so unbelievably pretty.

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  11. So pretty! I never have e patience like you to dress up my food, let alone looking for nice placemat. You are amazing.

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  12. Your food is beautiful! Your site is welcoming. I was just introduced to your site today, and after perusing through your past posts, I fell in love with your cooking style. I am making some of your dim sum this weekend. Love your site!

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  13. Green tea soba is just to pretty!

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  14. Looks really nice as usual 

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  15. Looks delicious! What a great combo :)

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  16. Your beautiful bentos remind me I still haven't tried the shrimp balls! I must put a sticker in the kitchen.

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  17. Today I'm going to talk about your fruits. Always it's side dish, but I want to say they are always decorated/served very nicely. I love green tea soba... Once it's warmer I can't wait to eat somen and soba! (mainly it's easy to cook...) Color, how you use up the space...very nice! Guess what I am planning to cook tonight. Shrimp Tempura. Wish me luck. I'm going to measure to make sure the right batter...if I fail, please wait for a little longer! LOL!

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  18. @ Everyone - THANKS :D)!!

    @ Lyn - Shichimi Togarashi is actually like a chilli powder with some spices in it such as sesame seeds, ginger,nori, Szechuan pepper, etc :). Thanks for the well wishes :D).


    @ Anonymous - I am happy that you like my site :). I hope you will like my dim sum recipes too, please let me know how they turn out :D)!


    @ Nami - Yay...!! Look forward to your tempura recipe :D)!!

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  19. Tks CG! Hopefully I can get it here :)
    Coz I'm not able to find most of the products in the supermarket just walking distance from my Mom's house, maybe I'll have to go to the town area or other supermarkets to try my luck.. :)
    Enjoy your weekend! :D

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