Prepare your tired digestive tract! “Easy Vegetable Recipe” fits your budget

Recommended for Lunch! Mochimochi Daikon Mochi

Except for Daikon, it’s a simple recipe that can be made with always-on spices. “Since radish contains an enzyme amylase that breaks down starch, it is easier to feel the sweetness of the radish. It is advisable to cut the leaves to increase the nutrients. Carrots instead of daikon radish. you do with it, the color will be nicer and it will be delicious for lunch.

4 pieces
・ Daikon 300g (1/3 medium size)
・ 3 tablespoons of Kataguri powder
・ 3 tablespoons flour
・ A little salt
・ 1/2 tablespoon sesame oil
・ 1 teaspoon soy sauce
・ 1 teaspoon mirin

1. Grate the daikon and lift it up in a saucepan to drain.
2. Add 1 radish, kataguri flour, flour, and salt to the bowl and knead until they are all together.
Divide the 3.2 dough into 4 equal parts, mold it into a flat circle, add sesame oil and place in a heated pan.
Bake on medium heat for 3-4 minutes on each side until golden brown.
4. When all is transparent, it is a ripe sign. Add soy sauce and mirin, mix together, until thickening is complete.

Don’t let the radish drain too much. Moderate moisture makes dough easier to organize.

Warm and mellow! Ginger sauce block

The seasonal vegetables are very nutritious and reasonably priced. The only ingredient you need aside from the seasoning is the baby meat, so it should fit your budget. Grapefruit is a light colored vegetable in the fruit part, greenish yellow in the leaf part, a vegetable with two birds per ball that can take both nutrients at the same time. Adding ginger will enhance its warming effect, making it harder to cool off. You can enjoy the heat.

For 2 people
・ 2 in cubs
・ A small piece of ginger
・ A small leaf

・ Dashi soup 400cc
・ 1 teaspoon soy sauce
・ 1 teaspoon mirin
・ 1 teaspoon sake
・ Salt slightly

・ Suitable amount of Kataguri powder
・ Appropriate amount of water

1. Cut the cubs into 4 equal parts, leaving a few stalks, then peel and bevel. Cut the leaves into 1 cm length.
2. Cut ginger into pieces.
3. Put all A in the hot pot, when boiling, put in block 1 and boil over low to medium heat for about 5 minutes.
4. Plug a bamboo skewer into the cub. When it is gone, take it out and put it in the box.
5. Add half of 2 ginger root and 1 larvae to remaining broth and let it boil for a while.
6. Add Kataguri powder dissolved in water to thicken number 5 and then apply on herd of number 4 and decorate the remaining half of ginger root.

Take care not to boil the cub as it will quickly burn.

Add more cabbage and body! Okonomiyaki is good for health

The vitamin U contained in cabbage has the ability to regulate the digestive tract, so this is one of the vegetables that you should eat even if you feel heavy. With plenty of okra and cabbage, you can eat it perfectly. Since it does not use flour, it is suitable for those on a sugar-restricted diet. Adding minced meat instead of tuna can is also delicious.

For 3 sheets
・ 1/4 balloon in cabbage (about 200g)
・ 1/3 Naganegi (30g)
・ Yamatoimo 80g (Nagaimo is fine too)

・ 1 can of tuna
· 2 eggs
・ Dried okra (okra) 40g
・ 230cc water

・ Oshiyaki sauce of appropriate amount
・ Appropriate amount of mayonnaise
・ Katsuo portion is appropriate
・ Appropriate amount of salad oil

1. Minced cabbage and Naganegi. Peel and bake Yamatoimo.
2. Put all 1 and A in a bowl and mix well.
3. Put 1/3 of the flour of 2 in a saucepan heated with salad oil and bake over low heat for about 5 minutes.
4. After turning over, cook slowly for about 5 minutes, serve on a plate, sprinkling with sauce, mayonnaise and grated tuna is finished.

Okara is easier to break than flour, so don’t make the dough too thin. It is better not to touch it when baking and just come back once for a nice finish.

All recipes are easy to make, low in calories and nutritious. That’s a good thing when you can also save money. Survive this winter vigorously with seasonal vegetables.