Vegetarian Kinpira (Recipe) ベジタリアンきんぴら (レシピ)

| April 2, 2012 | 50 Comments

I received many requests for Japanese vegetarian foods, so here is the one! I made my popular recipe which I have already received 300 photo reports saying it was good, so i hope you like it 😉 Kinpira is mostly seasoned with soysauce, mirin (sweet sake), and sugar so it is pretty sweet, but instead of using sugar, I used ketchup, so my recipe is tasty 😉 Also, I didn’t use gobo (burdock root) but commonly available vegetables (such as potato, onion, and green pepper), so I hope you can try it out!!! BTW, soy sauce is made by fermenting soya beans, so it is a vegetarian seasoning 😀 ——————————— Vegetarian Kinpira Difficulty: Easy Time: 10min Number of servings: 2 Ingredients: 150g (5.3oz.) potato 50g (1.8oz.) onion 50g (1.8oz.) carrot 35g (1.2oz.) green pepper A * 2 tbsp. ketchup * 1/2 tbsp. soy sauce * 1/2 tbsp. sake * a pinch of sugar 2 tsp. sesame oil Directions: 1. Cut potato green pepper and carrot into short and thin strips. Slice the onion. 2. Heat sesame oil in a frying pan, and fry onion until fragrant. Add potato and carrot, and stir-fry until browned (2 minutes). Add green pepper and stir-fry for 30 seconds. 3. Add A in the pan and stir-fry until the seasonings blend. ↓レシピ(日本語) cooklabo.blogspot.com ——————————— It goes great with white rice!!! Enjoy ;D Product Details: Kadoya Pure Sesame Oil www.kadoya.com Frying Panda (Fry Panda) designed by Gutch Yuzo www.guccies.com smaller size (18cm) is available

www.ttfatloss.com Check out this video to discover high protein vegetarian and vegan foods. You’ll be surprised by how much protein is in a lot of “so called low protein foods”. I’m sure this video will cause bodybuilders and protein supplement addicts to freak out. Here we have another episode of Craig in the Kitchen. Today we are talking about Vegetarian protein sources, and what’s in my cupboards. We’ve done my fridge, so today we’ll look at some of the foods that are surprisingly high in protein. Most people make a big deal out of protein, and for fat loss it’s a tricky subject. We aren’t going to go into too much detail in regards to that, but for muscle building, protein is actually overrated. If you’re eating a lot of calories, then you’ll have no problem getting your protein, even if you’re like me and following a vegan diet. So what are the protein sources that I’m eating? First of all, we have Ezekiel cereal. A lot of people ask me questions about this stuff, exactly, where they can get it? We have it in health food stores and some grocery stores. The Ezekiel cereal has 8 grams of protein per half cup serving and you all know how easy it is to get 1 or even 2 cups of cereal in your bowl. So, from that alone you’ll be getting a lot of protein, especially if you mix it with something like Hemp Bliss, a beverage containing 5 grams of protein Almond Breeze on the other hand, only has 1 gram of protein/cup. Another thing I eat a lot of is oatmeal, specifically
Video Rating: 4 / 5

Tags: , , , ,

Category: Videos

Author (Author Profile)

Comments (50)

Trackback URL | Comments RSS Feed

  1. Harle112 says:

    That looks delicious ! ahh !

  2. ochikeron says:

    that’s a great idea! i hope you can find some of the ingredients :)

  3. Andreaflava0 says:

    Hey! I’ve been watching your videos and I have to say the food you prepare looks wonderful! I’ve started looking around for the ingredients and it is difficult to find them where I am in Kentucky! LOL I may have to ask the Japanese restaurants where they get their ingredients from..

  4. sammymimi1513 says:

    I love this recipe and I love that its vegetarian since Im a vegetarian. :) That frying pan is absolutly adorable too!

  5. harmonyzc says:

    Haha i wasn’t paying attention at the start and i heard potato into play do. Hehe :p

  6. ochikeron says:

    thanks for saying that ;D but i like YouTube (personal level) at this moment. hehe

  7. kevin55732 says:

    You should make your own cooking show. LOL

  8. ochikeron says:

    tks ;D

  9. SpaceMonkiiBob says:

    i want your frying pan! kawaii nee~!

  10. arsnel366 says:

    aw frying panda ^_^

  11. ochikeron says:

    you can skip sake ;D but i just wonder why many people say they cannot buy sake… in japan, sake for cooking is different, i guess. i gotta find out about it someday :)

  12. PyroPandaZ says:

    Hi, Ochikeron! I have a question about using sake in your recipe. I can’t really go out and buy sake or any type of alcohol because I am not 21. Is there something else I can use or is it okay to not add the sake?

  13. fishyzneedle says:

    haha mmmbop!!

  14. ochikeron says:

    i’m sorry that i don’t have that many vegetarian recipes, but i’m sure you can arrange some of my recipes without the ingredients you can’t eat 😉 thanks for liking jap food 😀

  15. maniakimon says:

    thank you for the vegetarian recipy ! i love japanese food , but im vageterian …
    -i think that eventually i will stop be vegeterian because of japanede food XD

  16. ochikeron says:

    haha good question. i seldom buy cookware, actually. i get them all as a prize at cooking contests (in japan). i just opened my panda when i started my channel because i couldn’t use it since it is so cute X)

  17. talexa34 says:

    How is it all your cookware always looks brand new? Even your favorite Panda? Do u buy new often?

  18. ochikeron says:

    thanks! easy recipe is easy for me to create a video. hehe

  19. rachelgeez says:

    This recipe seems easy for a first time cooker like me! Can’t wait to try it out! Just subscribed your channel and hope to see more of your awesome videos :)

  20. ochikeron says:

    thanks for an idea of vegetarian food 😀 sounds great ♥

  21. ochikeron says:

    thank you :D

  22. ChibiRanzie says:

    It sounds delicious, try an adding of cubed eggplant (sprinkled with salt to get the bitterness out then squeezed to get rid of the water), strips of zucchini, tomatoe sauce, any kind of mushroom and season to taste plus you can addd any kind of beans or garlic to the mix you can skip the garlic if you don’t want the strong aroma ^^ or try it with bechamel sauce mixed with mozzarella cheese that’s what i use for my vegeterian pasta mix ^o^

  23. okdanhe says:

    tried it and it was delicious! ty

  24. TedHeet says:

    OMG, Hanson -_-
    

  25. ochikeron says:

    @moniqqha yes. in japan, we have sake for cooking. you can substitute it with white wine, or skip it if you don’t have. it just removes the smell of vegetables but not a big change.

  26. realsc00ter says:

    But with the beans and rice aren’t we destroying the protein when cooking them?

  27. floraskitchen says:

    Thanks for sharing this video with us!

  28. TheGroooar says:

    @EricksonToink
    I hear yah man!If you are looking
    for a new muscle building program.
    I guess that you already heard about
    the Kyle Leon muscle building program
    at the site:
    MuscleMaximizer.info
    its one of the best program available
    online these days. I tried it and
    achieved great results in just a few wks.

  29. Elena10ism says:

    My whole life ive only eaten twizzlers and drinking water im a twig….

  30. MartyredxMaiden says:

    its the cheapest actually.

  31. sentoriv5 says:

    vegetarian food dosent fit in with big eaters…hahaha,..no food is bad,only eat food with the right portion according to your body size,proberbly that might help.

  32. KOSMOS390 says:

    Quinoa is an Incan super food/protein originated from PERU, highly regarded in that culture for its nutritional benefits. Just a quick fact, Thanks :)

  33. guntfucker says:

    He’s obviously eating vegan proteins to avoid the chemicals and acidic breakdown of meat proteins you nub cakes. Stick up for meat all you want but in the end, his insides are going to be fine while yours is one step away from cancer.

  34. sabu4646ar says:

    Let me give you a bio-chemical example. Most animals have an enzyme in their body to digest ‘cellulose.’ This is found primarily in grass. Humans do not have the enzyme ‘cellulase’ to digest the main element of grass, cellulose, hence humans can not eat grass. Yet, humans have the proper enzymes to break down protein, down to its amino acid sub unites. How is this possible? Are we..designed to eat meat? We obviously have the proper enzymes to do so.

  35. bigtw09 says:

    Those K-9’s are not designed for eating meat….If you look at true animals that are meat eaters, they’re k-9’s extend below the lower teeth…..and they’re intestines are alot shorter and straight in line than ours!

  36. sabu4646ar says:

    Humans are not herbivores. We have k-9’s in our mouth, designed specifically for a carnivorous lifestyle.

  37. Fatal616 says:

    Great vid! until the end about the going back to meat part, FAIL! be sustainable and green!

  38. Fatal616 says:

    It’s actually cheaper, buy veggies/fruits. I go to the mexican market and get a ton for just $10. There’s a site called living vegan for just $3 a day. Plus you save yourself in medical bills later. 😉

  39. Fatal616 says:

    wrongo kiddo. look up famous vegan bodybuilder and professional fighters. No meat. Meat is TOXIC to the human body, humans are herbivores by design. If you go vegan just for 6 months, you would know this. The amount of energy is amazing.

  40. sabu4646ar says:

    You don’t look that big buddy…all the beans and what not that you are eating does not absorb in your body as much at protein from meats. That is a physiological fact.

  41. somojojo says:

    Eating vegan is sooo cheap as well! Fantastic :)

  42. thangacchi says:

    I have oatmeal, raisins, lentils and peanut butter in my fridge! Thanks for the video!!!!

  43. tatichamp says:

    i just become a vegetarian 10 days ago,i found out easy to load with protein ,but is kinda hard to keep the carbohydrates low

  44. qwertyuipasdfghjkzxv says:

    too costly to be vegan

  45. jammingwithmarley says:

    Great video.

  46. yetibiker08 says:

    So this guy posting this has received this many ratings…..why? First off buddy get a tripod and do some better filming looks like your cat is holding the camera. Carbs are awesome if you are going to burn them off such as an intense 2 hour workout but they don’t build muscle so protein is needed and a guy of my size 240lbs need around the same number in grams for working out. Alot of protein wowza

  47. ChristInLimbo says:

    bacon

  48. Klytemnest says:

    That depends on what you consider a good ratio to be. I eat whole plant foods and my ratio is usually 15% protein:60% carbs:25%fat.  I have no problem getting enough of ALL the essential amino acids + 10% for good measure. It’s easy if one includes legumes in one’s diet.

  49. GladiatorShield says:

    yah know what would make that taste better ….beacon

  50. scottsteezo says:

    I think there are compelling agruements for both sides, however I think its a matter of one listening to their body and deciding what is best for them.
    One thing I believe we all can agree on is that many people NEED to add more fruits and vegtables to their diet. And moderate the amount of meat during meals and always get meat organic.

Say Something