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Halloween Special Eggplant Witch

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Miso simmered eggplant is pretty popular dish in Japan. I arranged it for Halloween, so I hope you like it! Without a question, it goes great with white rice!!!
Directions

MAKING
1) Make "Chasen Nasu" and soak in water to remove the oxalic acid.
2) Heat Japanese stock, sake, sweet sake, sugar in a deep pot, dilute miso in 1/2 cup soup broth, add Chasen Nasu and carrot slices, then cover with Otoshi Buta (drop-lid) and cook on low
heat for 10 minutes.
3) Flip eggplants, cover and simmer for another 10 minutes until the eggplants soften.
4) Pour the soup on a dish, twist and press the eggplant by hand to form the witch shape.

SERVING
5) Attach carrot slices with a toothpick (like a magic stick) and stick it on to the eggplant witch. Serve and enjoy!

TIPS
Drop-lid is called "Otoshi Buta" a in Japanese. It is traditionally made of wood but you can use aluminum foil. They ensure that the heat is evenly distributed and reduce the tendency of liquid to boil with large bubbles and break the fragile ingredients.

Recipe Summary

Difficulty Level: 
Medium
Cuisine: 
Japanese
Course: 
Appetizer
Taste: 
Savory
Method: 
Simmering
Occasion: 
Halloween
Restriction: 
Vegetarian
Ingredient: 
Eggplant
Interest: 
Party, Healthy
Servings: 
4
As Halloween is nearing and if you're looking for some great recipes, then this is it. The Chef makes Halloween Special Eggplant Witch in the video. It looks great and tastes delicious too!

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