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To get started with this particular recipe, we have to prepare a few ingredients. You can cook oil-free japanese-style ankake sauce spaghetti with mushrooms using 15 ingredients and 8 steps. Here is how you can achieve that.
The ingredients needed to make Oil-Free Japanese-Style Ankake Sauce Spaghetti with Mushrooms-
- Prepare 600 ml ● Dashi stock
- Get 1 tbsp ● Sake
- Take 2 tbsp ● Mirin
- Get 1 tsp ● Salt
- Prepare 1 tbsp ● Soy sauce
- Take 1 just 1 dash to finish Shiro-dashi
- Make ready 1 Yuzu pepper paste
- Get 1 dash Katakuriko slurry
- Get 1 bag ★ Enoki mushrooms
- Make ready 3 to 4 ★ Shiitake mushrooms
- Make ready 1/2 bag ★ Shimeji mushrooms
- Get 70 grams ★ Grated daikon radish
- Prepare 200 grams Spaghetti
- Prepare To finish-
- Get 1 Green onions, shredded nori seaweed
Instructions to make Oil-Free Japanese-Style Ankake Sauce Spaghetti with Mushrooms-
- Cut up the mushrooms into easy to eat pieces.
- Grate the daikon radish and drain lightly.
- Put all the ● ingredients into a pan and bring to a simmer. The dish will taste better if you make a proper dashi using bonito flakes!
- Add all the ★ ingredients to the pan, and simmer until cooked through. The mushrooms should turn very limp.
- Taste, and adjust the seasoning by drizzling in a little shiro-dashi (or salt if you don't have shiro-dashi). Add yuzu pepper paste to taste, and thicken the sauce with katakuriko.
- Pour the sauce generously over freshly cooked pasta, and top with plenty of chopped green onions and shredded nori seaweed. Done!
- This is better with plenty of yuzu pepper paste. It's a delicious ankake sauce pasta made with dashi stock. Hope you give it a try.
- You can make the dashi by using a dashi pack too. Or you can put bonito flakes in a dashi 'tea bag'. In any case, I do recommend making a proper dashi stock for this dish.
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