By TammyWhite
1 years ago

How to cook the aunthentic japanese Kyabetsu rolls

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I propose a trip.
A culinary odyssey of Japanese colors.
Let's marvel at these cabbage rolls stuffed with meat that, while it's true they take time to prepare, they'll end up catapulting you into a delicious world of flavors and textures. Charge batteries and dispose to flavor your kitchen, today we travel far ...

INGREDIENTS (4 people)
12 cabbage leaves
1/2 large onion
2 liters of water
450 g of minced meat (pork and veal)
20 g of Panko (Japanese breadcrumbs)
2 tbsp of milk
1 tbsp of nutmeg
1 tooth chopped garlic
2 leaves of Laurel
1 jar of chopped tomato (or whole tomato)
1 cup (240 g) of chicken broth or vegetables
white wine vinegar
1 tbsp of butter
olive oil
Fresh coriander
Salt and ground black pepper

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Makings.

Finely chop the onion in brunoise and sauté it in a pan with a spoonful of olive oil. We will have about 15-20 minutes on moderate heat.

We remove the stem to the cabbage. In a pot we boil 2 liters of water (with a pinch of salt) and cook the cabbage. During the process (which will take us about 5 minutes) we carefully separate the leaves that will come off easily.

We went immediately to a bowl with ice to cut the cooking and keep its color alive. Drain the excess water from the leaves and dry. We cut the stems of the leaves and finely chop them, their mission is in the filling. In a bowl pour the minced meat and add the sofrita onion from before and the stems chopped cabbage. We mix well.

Add 1 whole egg, panko (or breadcrumbs), milk and salt and pepper well. We remove to integrate all the ingredients, cover with plastic wrap and the refrigerator.

30 minutes later... We have a cabbage leaf (which we will close so that nothing comes out) and sprinkle a little flour on top. We take a spoonful of the stuffing and roll up with love, closing the sides well. NOTE: We can finish "pricking" with a stick the blade to make sure it seals perfectly

In a low, wide pot, add 2 tablespoons of olive oil, the bay leaves and the garlic clove very chopped. We sofreimos 1 minute and add the pot of chopped tomato. Immediately add the white wine vinegar and stir. We pepper to taste.

We carefully place all the cabbage rolls in the pot, which cover the whole surface well. Add the chicken or vegetable broth (if it is hot much better) and cover with silver paper (to which we will make a small hole in the center and then with the lid of the pot. We cook for 30 minutes over medium heat. Uncover and toss the butter until it melts and gives creaminess to the sauce.

In a plate we have two rolls, we water with the sauce and sprinkle over a bit of chopped fresh coriander. Take advantage!


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Frenki Its called "sarma" here, and very popular meal :)
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TammyWhite @Frenki i think only change the method of cooking, i was looking information and in Rumanía i think they cook similar too.
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Frenki @TammyWhite In Turkey also i think :)
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AdeelKazim oeee look good .... serve with rice ..@tammywhite Good
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Violeta And my country called sarma ...yummy👍
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viktorija64 Its called "sarma" here, and very popular meal
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Laboresmely Teño fame, cando recolla o posto paso pola tua casa e dasme un polo menos a probar
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IleanaCalotescu We call them "sarmale" in romanian language😀
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tiancai Very good recipe!! Thanks for share!!
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Justin Good
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AdeelKazim @Violeta in my country called " Lamba pani saalan "
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Michellekidwell I need to try that recipe!!!
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TammyWhite @Michellekidwell it's delicious and healthy
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ORourkeDesigns Wow this is so much work for one meal
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TammyWhite @ORourkeDesigns i made them for today and Tomorrow.
Tomorrow i will make boiled white rice to eat with them, i think maybe Sunday i can eat them too because i am alone with my little daughter that day.
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ORourkeDesigns @TammyWhite How many did you make? I'm not good in the kitchen at all.
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TammyWhite @ORourkeDesigns a little cabbage, about 24 rolls i think.
Today we eat 3 eachother
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ORourkeDesigns @TammyWhite wow that makes a lot.. only one leaf per roll right? I eat raw cabbage nothing cooked
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fabio26 Good! Thank you so much for sharing the recipe :))
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OlgaLifeLover Looking like russisan GOLUBTSI
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carmen3521 @viktorija64 @Violeta @Frenki yes sarma similar..in romania at sarmale, the ingredients are the following: minced meat 50% pig, 50% beef, some onions, a little rice, tomato broth, spices, to taste. and cabbage leaves. are also made in the vineyard and in our country and Turkey. probably in the neighboring countries of Romania and those in eastern europei.eu we have posted sherals a few times when we did.
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