Monday, March 01, 2010

Itadakimasu!

So on Sunday night the diminished book club - there were just 3 of us - met chez moi. As I have mentioned before, I wanted to cook "Japanese" food. Well, I tried my best, even if it wasn't up to Japanese standards and I don't even pretend it was. I even prepared Japanese and other Asian snacks:
Asian snacks (onemorehandbag)
The meal started with miso soup, which would of course have been served at the end of the savoury dishes had it been an authentic Japanese meal.
miso soup (onemorehandbag)The second course were maki (filled with avocado, cucumber and pickled Japanese plum, shiso ume):
homemade maki (onemorehandbag)The main course was udon noodle salad which I adapted from this recipe.
udon salad (onemorehandbag)
The dessert was my own creation, because I wanted to make something with matcha: matcha Crème brûlée. I used lactose-free milk and cream because one of the girls is lactose intolerant. I was pretty pleased with the result as the matcha flavour was very subtle and you could still taste the creaminess of the dairy ingredients.
matcha creme brulee (onemorehandbag)
They say that the good thing about Asian cuisine is that it is so light. Weeeell, it sort of depends on the quantities and I have to say we were pretty full last night.

3 Comments:

Anonymous オテモヤン said...

オナニー
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3/04/2010 12:38:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

miss, I keep sseing all this beautiful food...why don't you come our way, do a bit of shopping and be our chef!!!
l'italiana-relocated in ny

3/04/2010 08:22:00 PM  
Blogger onemorehandbag said...

@ Italiana: our YOU could come here...I've missed your famous veggie lasagne!

3/05/2010 08:59:00 AM  

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