Keyaki Japanese dish: Roasted Eel Set
Originated from Nagoya, Japan; roasted eel is renowned for its delectable taste and succulent texture. Being a dish that involves the use of an assortment of unique ingredients, foodies have a high chance of finding this dish included in the menu of a premier Ningbo restaurant that specialises in Japanese cuisine. If you are willing to try this dish anytime soon, know that it could be consumed in three ways. The first and most straightforward way would be to taste the original flavour from just the roasted eel and rice. The second way is to add seasonings such as nori, white sesame, spring onion, and shichimi into rice - mixing them thoroughly and eating it. The last way is to add tea soup into the rice and mixing it with the eel – having a mouthful of this mixture will lead you to have an explosion of unique and delectable flavours on your palate. If you are curious to know how this amazing dish taste and are in no position of visiting a resort or a restaurant, here is a recipe using which you can replicate the dish from the comfort of your home.
500 grams river eel
20 gram nori
5 gram spring onion
10 gram lemon