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June 28, 2009
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I came across this fish cake soup or Odeng when I was in Tokyo, but I think this dish originates from Korea.  It’s great during the cold months of winter and on rainy days too.

japanese odeng

Ingredients:

Procedure:

1)  Wash and clean baby octopus.

2)  Chop the onion and cut the scallions.

3)  Heat sesame oil in a pan (medium-high heat).  Sauté the onion until it becomes translucent.

4)  Add the fish cake, lobster balls and crab balls, stir for 2 minutes then add the water.

5)  Bring to the boil, season with soy sauce and dashi.

6)  Add baby octopus, simmer for 2 minutes, then turn off the heat.  Cooking the octopus for a long time will make the meat tough.

7) Sprinkle with sliced scallions and serve hot.

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5 responses to “Odeng with Baby Octopus”

  1. Marlene says:

    Tamang-tama ito kapag nag-winter, ang sarap humigop ng sabaw. At may halong octopus pa. Mas gusto ko ang octopus kesa sa pusit, kasi parang mas malinis tingnan. 🙂

    Ang dami ko nang na-miss na recipe mo. Kagabi inayos ko lahat ng links sa comments sa inbox ko pero di ko pa natapos lahat, para mas madaling mabisita uli. 🙂

    Btw, thanks sa sagot dun sa potato salad. I’m serious about making the salad, para maiba naman ang magiging lasa ng potatoes.
    .-= Marlene´s last blog ..Gone Too Soon =-.

  2. Ebie says:

    Sounds good to me, save the octopus.
    .-= Ebie´s last blog ..Today’s Flower: Gladiolas =-.

  3. lunaticg says:

    Its look good. I hope it taste even better. Where do you get all this recipes by the way?
    .-= lunaticg´s last blog ..South Korea New 50,000 Won =-.

  4. Enchie says:

    Love seafood! Will try this. I have been looking for something new to prepare 😀

  5. Yum, that dish looks delicious. I love seafoods! And I love Japanese food.
    Thanks for sharing the recipe. 🙂

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