Genmaicha tea creates the broth for this simple-to-put together Asian-inspired soup. Brown rice and delicate fish are flavored with inexperienced onion and nutty sesame seeds. If you don’t like fish, attempt shredded rooster as an alternative!
- 2 cups brief-grain brown rice
- 1 teaspoon salt, divided
- 1 package deal (about 0.eight oz.) toasted, seasoned nori (optionally available)
- 2 inexperienced onions
- 2 teaspoons vegetable or canola oil
- 1 pound black cod (about 2 fillets)
- eight tea luggage of genmaicha
- 1 teaspoon black sesame seeds
- Tamari (wealthy, thick Japanese soy sauce) or soy sauce (optionally available)
- Toasted sesame oil (optionally available)
- In a medium saucepan, carry rice, half of tsp. salt, and Four cups water to a boil. Cover, cut back warmth to a simmer, and cook dinner till rice is tender to the chew, about 50 minutes. Remove rice from warmth, uncover, and fluff with a fork.
- Meanwhile, minimize nori into 1/4-in. strips and put aside. Slice inexperienced onions crosswise (together with inexperienced components) and put aside.
- Preheat broiler. Rub a baking sheet with oil. Put fish on sheet and switch over to grease each side. Sprinkle with remaining half of tsp. salt. Broil three to Four in. away from broiler till cooked via (flesh flakes simply and is opaque within the middle), about 5 minutes. Transfer fish to a plate and put aside.
- Bring eight cups water to a boil. In a big teapot, measuring cup, or pitcher, pour water over tea luggage. Let steep 5 minutes.
- Meanwhile, put 1 cup rice in every of Four massive soup bowls. Place half of fish fillet on every mattress of rice. Pour 2 cups sizzling tea over every. Sprinkle with inexperienced onion and black sesame seeds. Serve instantly, with bowls of nori, tamari, and sesame oil on the aspect in case you like.
Recipe and picture by Annabelle Breakey & Randy Mon