February 25, 2010

Tem-musu (^3^)v

Tem-musu is one of country dishes of Nagoya area, which is a rice ball with flitterd shrimp in a dried laver seaweed.
Ingredients: salad oil, shrimp, a couple of Tempura flour & water, 2 or 3 tbls of black pepper, 3 cup of rice, and a rice cake.

Wash 3 cup of rice and set a rice cooker with 3 cup of water. Make sure to place a dried rice cake in it before start.
Put a cup of Tempura flour and water, and mix with 2 tbls of black pepper. Batter with shrimps. The black pepper enhance this recipe!

Fry in a deep salad oil till brown.

Make a small rice ball and place a Tempura shrimp on top. Roll them in a dried seaweed.
Tips of Tem-musu are a rice cake to make sticky rice and black pepper to flavor. The main pic is not good sample:-P, but rice ball of Tem-musu should be smaller otherwise your stomach will be stuffed...