food trip Friday- Kamasu fish with misoshiru soup and kimpira gobo

Kamasu fish with misoshiru soup and kimpira gobo.


Kimpira Gobo is a side dish made with Braised Burdock roots (an earthy root vegetable) . Burdock, also known as gobo in Japanese. This is a long slender root vegetable with rusty brown skin and grayish-white flesh. Although burdock is little known in the United States, it has been an important and commonly used vegetable in Japanese cuisine for centuries. In Japan, burdock is often pickled or used in such traditional dishes as kimpira gobo. For this dish, carrots and burdock are cut into matchsticks, stir-fried together, and then braised in a mixture of mirin, sugar and soy sauce with hot peppers and sesame seeds.


Meikah said...

Wow interesting piece of trivia! I hope to taste one of this soon. =P~

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luna miranda said...

interesting! i don't know if we have it here.

FoodTripFriday said...

Interesting indeed! I learned something new. galing mo naman gumawa ng mga Japanese food.

chubskulit said...

Sumptuous, napapasalivate tuloy ako hehehe..

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shopannies said...

very interesting I have never really ate such food but may be interesting to try

Lulu said...

i agree this is very interesting

shydub said...

Interesting nga talaga ahh. buti hindi nagtataka asawa mo sis bakit may presentation of food sa mesa nyo hehehe.

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Bambie dear ★ said...

sarap naman.. healthy.. ganyan din mostly ang sineserve ko, easy and yet healthy. Kaso kakatamad lang gumawa ng kimpira gobo pero very healthy daw yun..

happy weekends dear =)

♥peachkins♥ said...

interesting dishes..

Uncle Lee said...

Hi Jac, being a mother is one of the highest salaried jobs in any field, since the payment is pure love.
And one good mother is worth a hundred teachers.
Add an attractive mother who can make kimpira gobo, and the marriage, being a mother is complete.
You have a great weekend and keep a song in your heart, Lee.

Arlene said...

Interesting food, Jac! I haven't seen Burdock here in Pinoy market.

My food is now up and hope you can drop by. Happy weekend!

Clarissa said...

My family loves kimpira gobo lalo na ang asawa ko!!Abot tenga ang ngiti ko pag merong okawari sa gohan!!Your foodie presentation is great,Mommy Jac!!^_^

Happy Sunday!!^_^

chubskulit said...

Nangangamusta lang mommy Jac!

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Yami said...

at first glance akala ko tuyo, natakam tuloy ako. Mukhang yummy ang food na prinepare mo. :)

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