Japanese Food / Japanese Traditional Food 3 Types of “Osechi (Japanese New Year’s Dishes)” December 26, 2020 / by Junko （日本語の文章は英文の下にあります） The year is almost over. For our last episode of this year, we will have Kei make 3 types of “osechi” dishes to prepare for New Year’s. “Osechi” is the name for the dishes that are eaten during New Year’s in Japan. The dishes are usually packed in “jyubako (lacquered boxes)” but recently it is becoming popular to serve them on dishes or on trays. In this episode, we will show you how to make easy osechi dishes and how to present them in a fashionable way! [ Ingredients ] – Beef kombu rolls 2 sheets kombu kelp (about 7-8 x 20 cm) 125ml water 2 slices beef (for sukiyaki) 4 kanpyo (about 30 cm) (Mixed seasoning) 2 tbsp sugar 2 tbsp sake 2 tbsp soy sauce 2 tbsp sweet sake – Kamaboko (fish cake) decoration 3cm kamaboko (red) 6 salmon roe – Namasu (daikon& carrot pickles) (4 camellias) 100g daikon radish 10g carrot 4 pinches of salt (Mixed seasoning) 40ml vinegar 1 tbsp sugar a little salt (For decoration) salmon roe camellia leaves ——————– おせち３種類牛肉の昆布巻き・なます・かまぼこの飾り切り もう今年も終わりですね。 年内最後の今回は、来年のお正月の準備で、けいちゃんにおせち料理を3種類作ってもらいます。 おせち料理は「めでたさを重ねる」という意味で重箱に詰められますが、最近は重箱に入れないで、ワンプレートやお盆に盛り付けるおせちが流行っていますね。 今日は簡単に作れるおせち料理でおしゃれに見せる飾り方や盛り付けも紹介します！ ※日本語のレシピはYoutubeの概要欄でご確認ください。 Junko There are so many Japanese dishes and cultures that are not well known outside of Japan and I’m happy to introduce them to you! If you tested any of our recipes feel free to send us a photo and your comments and we will be happy to publish them, even if it wasn't a complete success! :) Seeking the best balance of being free and living a stable life in this busy city, I enjoy kitchen gardening to deepen my connection with nature. Lately, I enjoy traveling to places I’ve never been and dancing Salsa/Kizomba there. Always a traveler at heart. Freelance web/graphic designer. Coffee & chocolate addict.