Spring Seasonal Fruits and Veggies:
DIY Japanese Salad
Who says salads have to be boring? All you have to do is to match seasonal, fresh vegetables from Japan with delicious Japanese-style salad dressing, and you can enjoy local Japanese flavours anytime, anywhere! Visit city’super today and bring home these healthy and delicious recommended ingredients and products!
Fresh Idea #1: Japanese Onion and Stick Broccolini Salad with Avocado Ingredient Recommendations:
Japan New Onion with Leaf
Tender and juicy with a refreshing sweetness, the New Onion is not spicy at all, which makes it great for consuming raw or after a short cooking time.
Japan Mini Tomato On Vine
These grape-like clusters of mini tomatoes are characterised by their sweetness and low acidity. They also have a longer shelf life than normal tomatoes.
Japanese Stick Broccolini
Thin and long, the broccolini is more refreshing and sweeter than broccoli. The stem has a nice crunchy texture.
Pietro Original Sesame Dressing
Fresh Idea #2: Japanese Cabbage Salad with Shrimp and Tofu Ingredient Recommendations:
Made with specially selected coarse sesame paste, coarse sesame seeds and aromatic pure sesame oil. Use it for salads or as a sesame sauce, seasoning or hot pot soup base.
Japanese New Cabbage
A variety that is sown in autumn and harvested in spring. It is softer than ordinary cabbage and has a higher water content. Suitable for eating raw in salads, making soups, or steaming.
Japanese String Bean
With very little fibre, this string bean has a rich flavour and is perfect for pan-frying, stir-frying, or adding to salads after boiling.
Pietro Japanese Style Soy Sauce Dressing
Made with Japanese onions, Kyushu soy sauce and other specially selected ingredients, this dressing is sweet and smooth – perfect for adding to salads or as seasoning for different dishes.