How long to cook chawan mushi?

Boil chavan mushi for 1.5 hours.

How to cook chawan mushi

Chicken fillet – 200 grams
King prawns – 4 pieces
Soy sauce – 50 milliliters
Parsley – a bunch of
Sake – a tablespoon
of Kamaboko – 4 plates 5 millimeters wide
Shiitake mushrooms – 4 caps
Egg – 2 pieces
Dashi broth – 400 milliliters
Salt – half a teaspoon

How to cook chawan mushi
1. Wash the chicken meat in cold water, cut into cubes with a side of 3 centimeters.
2. Pour 2 liters of water into a saucepan, put the chicken, place on medium heat, wait for it to boil and cook for 20 minutes.
3. Remove the chicken from the pot, pour over the soy sauce and sake.
4. Rinse mushroom hats in cool water, cut into strips 0.5 mm thick, 2 cm long.
5. Pour the dashi broth into a separate pan, add a teaspoon of soy sauce, salt, put on medium heat, let it boil.
6. Remove the pan with dashi broth from the burner, cool.
7. Wash eggs, break into a cup, beat with a whisk.
8. Pour the egg mass into the dashi broth, mix, strain through a sieve.
9. Peel the shrimp, wash in cool water.
10. Pour a liter of water into a separate pan, place on medium heat, wait for it to boil.
11. Dip the shrimp into a pot of boiling water, cook for 10 minutes.
12. Arrange in deep bowls chicken meat in soy sauce, mushrooms, shrimp, kamaboko, pour egg broth.
13. Pull cling film over the bowls, pierce it in several places with a toothpick.
14. Put the bowls on the bottom of a large saucepan, pour warm water into it so that it reaches the middle of the bowls.
15. Put the pot with bowls on medium heat, cook for 20 minutes after boiling.
16. Wash parsley, chop.
17. Remove the bowls from the pan, garnish the finished chavan mushi with parsley and serve.

Tasty Facts

Chawan mushi is a Japanese egg and chicken cream soup or runny omelet. Ready for a couple.

– Chawan mushi is translated from Japanese as “steamed bowl”.

– Soy sauce, dashi broth, rice wine, shiitake mushrooms, kamaboko, lily root, shrimp are added to chawan mushi.┬áKamaboko, steamed fish dumplings can be replaced with crab sticks.

Because of its liquid consistency, chawan mushi is one of the few Japanese dishes that is eaten with a spoon instead of chopsticks.

Chavan mushi is served hot or chilled.