≪Traditional Ingredients≫

Flatt's Konka iwashi (sardines fermented in rice bran)

2012.02.03

 

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Konka iwashi 

This local dish of preserved fish is made by fermenting sardines in rice bran, chilli and salt for 1-2 years.

When used in cooking, the fish has a deep rich flavour similar in taste to anchovies.

Konka Iwashi is a typical home-style dish made in Noto. The techinique was taught to us by Chikako’s mother.

I love the flavour of Konka Iwashi and use it in my cooking all the time.  Every year,  I look forward to opening the new barrel of freshly fermented sardines.

 

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