Do they have asparagus in Japan?

No idea. But I can tell you how to make a really yummy japanese-italian asparagus salad (thank you Restaurant Balthazar for this recipe). And it is so easy! Even I could do that – which is the best prove, that everybody can.
P1450704For four persons: 12 asparagus spears, 2 T (tablespoons) shallot cubes, 1 T daikon (marinated white radish, the yellow thing on the picture), 6 cherry tomatoes, 1 chili, 4 T white balsamic vinegar, 5 T olive oil, 1 basil branch, 3 T soy sauce, 1 T black sesame, 2 rucola bunches, 8 prawns, 3 EL liquid butter, salt, sugar, pepper. P1450713How to do it: 1. Peel the asparagus if you are using the white one. Cut everything like on the picture above.P14507152. Roast the asparagus in a hot buttered frying pan. Season it with sugar, salt, pepper, soy sauce and white balsamic vinegar. Add shallot cubes, daikon and sesame and roast for another 6 minutes.P14507233. Mix the asparagus with whole rucola and basil leafs, olive oil and quartered tomatoes. Roast the prawns in the same frying pan and put them on top of the salad. Don´t eat it all before you guests arrive!P1450733

2 Responses to “Do they have asparagus in Japan?”

  1. Antje says:

    Hi Inna,
    das sieht aber lecker aus! Das wäre etwas für unsere monatliche Text&Aktion Küchenschlacht. Dabei schwingen drei Kolleginnen kulinarisch-kongenial für ein Menü die Löffel, und da passt das wunderbar. Angelika hatte neulich auf einer Pressereise auch ihre besonderen japanischen Momente – schau mal bei Gelegenheit auf unser Blog ;-)

    Liebe Grüße & bis bald

    Antje

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