Saya’s Cabbage Salads

September 2, 2013 § 1 Comment

Saya's cabbage salad

Cabbage is the most used vegetable in Japanese cuisine and is in everything. On my first night out, I was with tourists and a friend commented that he was getting sick of cabbage. I actually don’t mind it as in India it’s frequently served as a side salad instead of lettuce which is harder to grow there.

The cabbage salads that Saya served are her own recipes that she has come up. I must say I was quite impressed at how flavourful they were and the one with the sesame oil was my favourite. The traditional Japanese style is to eat cabbage with the sauce that is used for yakisoba. I tried it but I was more impressed with Saya’s personal creations.

Ingredients:
cabbage
white rice vinegar
mirin
sesame oil
thinly sliced hot red pepper

cabbage
kombu seaweed
soy sauce
kombu dashi
salt

cabbage
pink pepper seeds
white rice vinegar
mirin
lemon juice

Directions:
Toss the ingredients in a bowl. I don’t which proportions she used so you’ll have to play around.

Saya Tokyo Japan

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