Okay, so in my last post, I was telling you about how we eat noodles for good luck on New Year’s; here’s what else we had with our noodles.
I’ve got this thing for I don’t know how many years now, that we have a sushi platter on New Years. Now that we live in the middle of the desert, I’ve had to learn how to make this; pretty good, huh?
Limu Ahi Poke bowl, yes again. My favorite place to buy fresh fish, still had fresh Ahi Tuna on sale for $8.99 per pound, so I figured, why not. This is simple, make the Poke of your choice and serve it over hot steamed rice.
Chicken Katsu, MMM! This dish is a snap, think Fried Chicken, but with a twist. Just pound out a boneless/skinless Chicken Thigh, or Breast, thin; dredge it in Mochiko or Rice Flour, dip in an egg wash and then roll it in Panko Bread Crumbs. I like to press the Panko into the flesh firmly and leave to rest a few minutes on a rack. Then just shallow fry the meat until GBD, golden brown and delicious! Cool on a rack and slice; serve warm or at room temperature.
I wish everyone a happy, healthy and prosperous New Year,
E Hauoli Makahiki hou!