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Japanese Chestnut Rice. Chestnut rice or Kuri Gohan is a traditional Japanese fall rice recipe. This aromatic chestnut rice with black sesame and a pinch of salt is perfect for fall evenings. Cook the fresh chestnuts and peel off the skins.

Japanese Chestnut Rice This chestnut sticky rice is a delicious and simple Japanese dish that is perfect for the fall & winter season. I'm also celebrating the anniversary of my. Satisfy your desires for simple, yet homely autumnal cuisine with this kurigohan chestnut rice recipe. You can cook Japanese Chestnut Rice using 8 ingredients and 6 steps. Here is how you cook it.

Ingredients of Japanese Chestnut Rice

  1. It’s 13-16 pieces of Chestnuts (cooked).
  2. Prepare 2 cups of Japanese sweet rice (Japanese measuring cup).
  3. You need 1 cup of Regular Japanese rice (Japanese measuring cup).
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  5. Prepare 1 Tbsp of Soy sauce.
  6. Prepare 2 Tbsp of Mirin (sweet sake).
  7. You need 1/2 tsp of Salt.
  8. You need 2 3/4 cups of Water.

My blogger friend cum old school mate Annie gave me some beautiful delicious koshikahari rice. I want to make full use of it, and so, I tried cooking chestnut rice. Photo about Japanese steamed sticky rice with chestnut and beans. A wide variety of japanese chestnut options are available to you, such as material, processing type, and cultivation type.

Japanese Chestnut Rice instructions

  1. Cook the fresh chestnuts and peel off the skins. I normally boil them first for 3 minutes and then I roast them in the oven for 5 more minutes..
  2. Wash the Japanese sweet rice and regular rice put it into the bowl for the rice cooker..
  3. Add soy sauce, mirin, salt, water, cooked chestnuts..
  4. Turn on the rice cooker..
  5. About 20 minutes later, it looks like this..
  6. Mix it and you are ready to serve..

Ordinary Japanese rice is called "uruchimai". The chestnuts in this Chestnut Rice are a scrumptious addition to this classic side dish that not only add taste but texture as well! Japanese chestnut is a chestnut species which is native to Japan and South Korea. The wood is appreciated for the decorative values. Japanese chestnuts are wide spreading and multileadered.