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This recipe is by Harumi Kurihara, who is reportedly sort of the Japanese parallel to Martha Stewart or Delia Smith. She says it is one of the most popular dishes she has ever developed. Though it is from a Japanese cook, it's not a traditionally Japanese dish, but more international. I wasn't sure what to make of it - The carrots are fairly sweet, and the dressing quite tangy, so the effect is sweet-tart in the way that coleslaw often is (it doesn't really taste like coleslaw; I'm just trying to explain an aspect of the flavor). I have never been a big fan of that flavor, but I know a lot of people love it, so I thought I'd post this. Her method of quickly steaming the carrots in the microwave is definitely good. Ms. Kurihara pictures this served with Japanese dishes, but I think it would be good served with American picnic barbecue foods like hamburgers and barbecued chicken! The cookbook was translated from Japanese to English in England, so the measurements are British-style. I have tried to give American measurement equivalents where I could; these are approximations. I bought the carrots pre-slivered in the salad section; that made it quite easy.
Units: US | Metric
Serving Size: 1 (94 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 4
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