Recipe: Yummy Even when You're Broke: Satisfying Nori-Wrapped Deep Fried Vegetable Stuffed Chikuwa Fish Sticks

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Even when You're Broke: Satisfying Nori-Wrapped Deep Fried Vegetable Stuffed Chikuwa Fish Sticks.

Even when You're Broke: Satisfying Nori-Wrapped Deep Fried Vegetable Stuffed Chikuwa Fish Sticks You can have Even when You're Broke: Satisfying Nori-Wrapped Deep Fried Vegetable Stuffed Chikuwa Fish Sticks using 16 ingredients and 9 steps. Here is how you cook it.

Ingredients of Even when You're Broke: Satisfying Nori-Wrapped Deep Fried Vegetable Stuffed Chikuwa Fish Sticks

  1. Prepare of Main ingredients:.
  2. You need 1 bag of Chikuwa.
  3. You need 1 of fresh, (as needed) Garlic sprouts.
  4. You need 1 of fresh, (as needed) Red and yellow peppers (or green peppers).
  5. It’s 1 of optional, (as needed) Nori seaweed.
  6. Prepare of For the batter:.
  7. It’s 1 of Tempura flour.
  8. Prepare 1 of generous amount Curry powder.
  9. Prepare 1 of Water.
  10. Prepare of For the sauce:.
  11. It’s 1 of Tonkatsu sauce.
  12. You need 1 of generous amount, crushed between your fingers Toasted white sesame seeds.
  13. Prepare 1 of Japanese mustard.
  14. You need of Other ingredients:.
  15. It’s 1 of Oil for frying.
  16. Prepare 1 of Vegetables to serve on the side.

Even when You're Broke: Satisfying Nori-Wrapped Deep Fried Vegetable Stuffed Chikuwa Fish Sticks instructions

  1. This is about it: sliced peppers, chikuwa, nori seaweed, and garlic shoot..
  2. Mix the batter ingredients together to make the curry flavored batter..
  3. Cut each chikuwa in half diagonally, and push the julienned pieces of vegetable into the hole..
  4. Wrap a piece of nori seaweed around each piece of chikuwa, and use a bit of the batter to secure the ends. They look like this. Now let's coat them in batter..
  5. Don't dunk the chikuwa pieces in the batter or they'll be coated with too much of it. Just place the pieces on top of the batter..
  6. Just coat the chikiwa with batter by spreading it using disposable chopsticks. This way, the vegetables won't get batter-coated and the pieces won't get too heavy..
  7. Deep fry quickly in hot oil and they're done..
  8. The garlic shoot, bell pepper, and curry powder make these deep fried morsels taste very meat-like and really satisfying..
  9. I highly recommend mixing the tonkatsu sauce with sesame seeds and Japanese mustard. The stuffed chikuwa is tasty even when cold, so they are great in bentos..

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