A Burdock Recipe or Two to Try
The first burdock recipe here is gobo chips. Wash burdock root throughly, do not remove skin. Using a vegetable peeler, slowly "peel" it into paper thin slices. Heat oil and deep fry till crisp. Be very watchful at this stage as the slices of root burn real easily. Remove from heat and sprinkle sea salt over it before serving.
Gobo chips has the sweetness of sweet potato and can be quite addictive. It is also easy to prepare and you will find that it is always real quick to disappear off the table.
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Hiroko's Kimpira Gobo
1. Prepare the burdock and carrots in the same way, by washing and scraping the outer skin (they don't have to be peeled). Then cut into matchstick-sized pieces. As you're cutting the burdock, throw the pieces into a bowl of cold water to prevent them from turning brown in the air.
2. In a large skillet or wok, heat the vegetable oil and sesame oil. When it's hot, sprinkle in the sesame seeds and cook, stirring it for about a minute.
3. Drain the burdock and add it and the carrots to the pan. Cook and stir over medium high heat for about five to seven minutes.
4. Add soy sauce and continue stir-frying. If you wish, add the dashi (available in Japanese and other Asian markets) and water and continue stir-frying until liquid has evaporated. The total cooking time for this burdock recipe is about ten minutes. The burdock will change color from milky white to shiny gray / brown. This burdock recipe will give you a crisp, crunchy, earthy, and delicious dish.
Brown Rice with Burdock and Mushrooms
1. This burdock recipe will give a nice staple dish. First, cut shiitake caps into thin strips or rehydrate porcini in warm water.
2. Scrub burdock and whittle it off in slivers, placing them in cold salted water as you proceed. Soak for five minutes. Drain burdock and place in a heavy ovenproof pot with water, mushrooms, rice, carrot, and salt. Bring to a boil, stirring occasionally.
3. Remove from the stove and cover. Bake in a 350 degrees F oven forty-five minutes. Let stand fifteen to thirty minutes. Uncover, fluff, and serve.
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