酒のたまごや

SOME NUTRITIONAL FACTS ABOUT SAKE LEES ("SAKEKASU")

100 g of sakekasu (sake lees) have the following nutritional value:

● proteins: equivalent to 100g of natto (fermented soy beans), two eggs, 70g of meat (beef)

●vitamin B1: equivalent to 5 apples

●vitamin B2: equivalent to 90ml of milk

●vitamin B1B2 equivalent to 100g of soy sprouts

●it also contains nicotinic acid and many other important vitamins

How to cook sake lees? The first thing that comes to mind is Amazake. Here is

the recipe:

INGREDIENTS:

●sake lees  150g

●water 600 cc

●sugar 120 g

●salt and Japanese sake: small quantities

●If you like them, ginger and yuzu (Japanese citron)

PROCEDURE:

●To soften the lees tear them to pieces and dip them into the water

●Heat them for about 40 minutes over low heat

●When the taste gets a little bit mellow add the sugar

●Add a little bit of Japanese sake

●Add ginger and/or citron to your liking

In addition, if you put sakekasu into common misoshiru it will acquire a pleasant taste and will make your body warm. (60% of misoshiru, 40% of sakekasu is the ideal quantity) And let`s not forget stew and curry! Try and add to a four people portion 100g of sakekasu!

Also, if you roll sakekasu in black sugar and grill it, it will turn into a very good snack!

 

 

どうぞ、お気軽にお問い合わせください!
お電話でのお問い合わせ 0296-33-7001
メールでのお問い合わせ Contact_form_but