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Chawanmushi (茶碗蒸し) Japanese Steamed Egg Custard
Chawamushi is a traditional Japanese steamed egg custard like a soft pudding served in a teacup. A Japanese-style steamed egg with softness. Chawanmushi (茶碗蒸し) means steamed food in a teacup in Japanese. Chawan (茶碗) means a teacup, and Mushi (蒸し) means steamed. Made together, it is rich in taste and nutrition. In summer, it is cooled down and poured with cold broth, and in winter, it is eaten hot. In kaiseki cuisine, it is sometimes served before the main dish, sashimi. Enjoy a warm Japanese-style chawamushi on a cold winter's day.2 Persons 30 Min.
Outside is crispy and fragrant, the middle is juicy butter sauce taste of Meuniere. Rice cooks steadily with butter soy sauce taste that envelops the lightness and taste of salmon. It is popular as a classic menu for breakfast, as a side dish for lunch boxes, cooked with salt and vegetables, or as an easy and delicious fish.2 Persons 20 Min.