Our Recommended Methods of Heating and Serving
Heating Grilled Eel, Foie Gras, Chicken Yakitori, Ninja Curry, Gyudon
The best way we recommend is the hot bath but it may be a little to fiddly, in which case, the microwave would be the second option.
- Heat up a big pan of water and bring to the boil
- Turn heat off and sink unopened vacuum sealed packet completely until completely covered.
- Leave for 2-3 minutes if heating one pouch, 3-5 minuted if heating more than one.
- Pour over contents of the package over prepared rice.
* Please be careful as package will be piping hot!
Cut off a corner or pierce holes in the pouch, place on a microwave proof dish and heat for 1-2 minutes, 2-3 minuted if heating more than one pouch.
Heating Katsu, Croquette, or other fried foods
The best way we recommend is the oven with the second choice being microwave. Hot baths do not work well for these foods that are best enjoyed with a crunch
Remove packaging and place on an ovenproof dish. Heat in 160 c° oven for 1-2 mins, keep a close eye and take out before it burns!
Remove packaging and place on an ovenproof dish. Heat for 30 secs.
Remove packaging and place all ingredients except agedama in a saucepan and heat for three minutes and bring to the boil. Transfer to a bowl and sprinkle the agedama. Enjoy!
Serving Salmon Trout Masu Sushi
Please turn packet upside down and apply gentle pressure to allow the sushi to pop out onto a plate together with the bamboo leaves. Remove the bamboo leaves and cut into triangles. Bamboo leaves are not edible but can make a pretty decoration served up with the sushi.
All our food pairs exceptionally well with a bowl of miso soup and freshly boiled rice, which is no surprise! Of course a nice chilled glass of sake or wine would be glorious too. We love to see how you enjoy our food, please write in or tag us on social ❤️
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