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Ikura Don

   

Ikura Don Recipe

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Restaurants usually charge premium for salmon fish roe, also known as ikura (イクラ) in Japanese. I like to stretch my dollar by buying good grade ikura from the Japanese supermarket so that I can enjoy a generous serving of ikura. You can eat ikura on its own (like sashimi) paired with warmed sake, but my favourite way is to eat it with rice, in the form of an easy ikura don (donburi) (salmon fish roe on rice/いくら丼). The saltiness of the roe goes well with rice, and a home treat like this made me feel very pampered even though it is so easy to prepare that this is almost a non-recipe.

Ikura Don Recipe

Besides being utterly delicious, ikura are so pretty to look at! I like to think of them as jewels of the sea, due to their gem-like appearance and glistening red-orange hue. They taste salty, fishy and oily (all in a pleasant way) and are loaded with omega.

                                           

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3 Responses to “Ikura Don”

  1. Angie@Angie's Recipes — January 12, 2014 @ 2:54 am

    Luscious and delicious!

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  2. Juliana — January 16, 2014 @ 5:18 am

    Yum! I love this kind of meal, and all the flavors in it!
    Hope you are having a wonderful week Wiffy :D

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  3. B — January 22, 2014 @ 9:02 pm

    Having home-prepared ones means being able to top it with extra ikura :)

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