Do you like Konnyaku?
I really love Konnyaku and I sometimes cook it.
I usually cook “Amakara Konnyaku”.
This food is tasty, and I used to order this when I went to Izakaya.
Even if you don’t live in Japan and there’s no izakaya, don’t worry.
If you can get Konnyaku, you can cook this.
It’s amazingly easy!
Today I’m going to share the recipe for Amakara Konnyaku
What’s Konnyaku (Amakara) like?
This is the food.
We call it “Konnyaku no Amakara” or “Amakara Konnyaku”.
“Amakara” means “sweet and salty”.
For this recipe, we use Mirin and soy sauce.
Mirin is sweet, soy sauce is salty.
That’s why the name of this food has the word “Amakara”.
This is so tasty and perfect food for Japanese sake.
Ingredients for Amakara Konnyaku
Soy sauce 2 tablespoons
Mirin 1 tablespoon
Sesame oil, a little
Recipe for Amakara Konnyaku (Izakaya menu)
Slice the Konnyaku and boil them into hot water for 1~2 minutes.
Put some sesame oil and Konnyaku into a frying pan and stir-fry them on medium heat.
Make some holes on the surface of Konnyaku with chopsticks and add seasonings.
Stir-fry them very well and when the liquid disappears, it’s done!
Izakaya menu！ Amakara Konnyaku is delicious!
This Amakara Konnyaku is so tasty.
My husband dislikes the smell of Konnyaku (he says it’s stinky), but when I cook this food, he eats a lot.
My father loves this, too.
If you don’t have sesame oil, don’t worry.
Even with no sesame oil, this is still tasty.