Monday, December 2, 2013

Japanese Food: Nama Harumaki

  Today i see you, how to make a Japanese food as like Nama Harumaki

In Japan, we call Vietnamese spring rolls 'Nama Harumaki'. As in the U.S. and other countries, it is a common dish in Japanese restaurant. I did a very basic recipe here, but you can get creative and add cream cheese, avocado or smoked salmon to spice things up. Spring rolls are very healthy and a great appetizer for your family, and great to take to parties!


 6 rolls


35 minutes


=10 shrimp
=3 cups bean sprouts
=2 cups thinly sliced carrots
=10 sheets of rice paper
=2 cups vermicelli rice noodles
=20-30 basil leaves
=1 wedge of lemon

Ingredients for peanut sauce

=3 tbsp peanut butter
=3 1 tbsp hoisin sauce
=3-5 tbsp Coco Rico coconut soda
=1 tsp doubanjiang
=1 lime wedge


=1 tbsp katakuriko
=Sweet and chili sauce


  1. =Mix peanut butter and hoisin sauce, then add the coconut soda little by little to thin it out. (If you can’t fide a coconut soda, you can use coconut milk or tap water.)
  2. =Squeeze lime into the peanut and hoisin mixture.
  3. =Devein shrimp with a wooden pick if necessary
  4. =Put shrimp in a bowl, add katakuriko, and rinse
  5. =Boil water, add the wedge of lemon and boil shrimp for three-four minutes
  6. =Cool shrimps down, remove shells and slice.
  7. =Boil water to a boil, and cook the rice noodles for 6-7 min (follow the instructions on the rice noodle package) then set it aside
  8. =Add warm water to a large bowl and soak rice paper for about 20 seconds . Once it is soft, place it on a dish.
  9. =Add bean sprouts, rice noodles, carrots, basil, shrimp on the rice paper and roll it up. Repeat.
  10. =Cut each roll into four pieces and serve with peanut sauce or sweet chili sauc.

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