And now for some purity in the kitchen. Simplicity can't get much tastier — or healthier — than this. Kinpira is a Japanese style of coking in which vegetables are sautéed and then simmered with tamari sauce — it's a technique that's perfectly suited to root vegetables, and carrots and turnips are a beautiful and tasty combination for this kind of dish. Lightly seasoned with a bit of sea salt and toasted sesame seeds, sometimes there's nothing more satisfying this carrot and turnip kinpira, and it's been a standby in my kitchen for a long time now.
|Carrot and Turnip Kinpira|
|Recipe by Lisa Turner|
Published on March 27, 2008
Extraordinarily simple, wonderfully nourishing and absolutely delicious sautéed carrots and turnips simmered with tamari sauce and tossed with toasted sesame seeds