Sauteed Spinach and Corn with Teriyaki Sauce
The charred soy sauce gives off a rich fragrance, making for a delightful side-dish. A simple recipe prepared in a single pan. Remember that teriyaki is a 1 to 1 ratio of soy sauce and mirin (or sugar). When stir-frying spinach, cook over high heat for one minute and see how the taste is enhanced further!
1/2 bunch (130g)
Mirin (Japanese sweet sake)
･･･ 67 Calories
･･･ 279 mg
･･･ 2.7 g
･･･ 2.6 g
･･･ 8 g
･･･ 2.7 g
･･･ 0 mg
Cut and discard the base of the spinach where the roots are. Cut into 1 inches pieces, and soak in water for 3 minutes.
Heat the olive oil, corn and garlic in a frying pan over medium heat and saute until the garlic is browned (2 minutes). Add the spinach and saute over high heat for 1 minute.
Add ingredients (A) and stir-fry briefly.
- Soak the spinach in water to remove the scum.
- If you do not have mirin, use 1 tsp sake and 2/3 tsp sugar.