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~ a truly Japanese experience - what we eat every New Years. It's a delicious freshly made mochi (toasted rice cakes) in a clear chicken and vegetable broth.
As a family we look forward to New Years every year as it's the most important time of the year in our calendar. We clean the house ready to welcome a new year, a new chapter, then we eat ozouni together. It’s something special that's only eaten in January so there’s lots of talk in the lead up about firstly how exciting it is we get to have Ozouni and see each other second.
I'm sure many of you are starting the year off with a promise to yourself to eat better, have a more wholesome start to the year and so the set menu we have put together has 'healthy' at the forefront.
Ozouni explained -
Ozouni: a delicious freshly made mochi (toasted rice cakes) in a clear chicken and vegetable broth. Crispy on the outside and gooey on the inside - it’s incredible!
The soup is a clear broth made with ichiban dashi, soy and chicken stock as we’re from Kantou and it’s a lovely recipe my mama learnt from my obachan (grandma) and now I’m making for you.
Many of you said that you like to get the whole experience from us and “want Yoko to guide us” so we’ve created a feast with:
- Salmon collar shioyaki: salted salmon collar is truly amazing. Think salmon belly and crispy salmon skin.
- Wakame salad: seaweed, leafy greens and our homemade gomma dressing
- Takikomi rice (NEW!): to make it even easier for you, I’ve made you the rice. All you need to do is reheat it. Seasonal vegetable rice with a mixed blend rice (white and brown) - you’re going to love it! Topped with a pinch of black sesame salt.
- Homemade Pickled radish
Allergens: soya, sesame, milk, gluten, sulphur dioxide, fish
If you love Japanese food and want to gain more understanding about real Japanese food, then this box is for you.
Delivery on THURSDAY 13th and every THURSDAY for 2022 📦♥️