Tuesday, March 17, 2015


"Koshu" refers to the north-eastern part of Yamanashi prefecture.

It is also where wine is produced.

On our recent trip to "see" Mt Fuji, we spent a lot of time checking out different omiyage (souvenirs).

One thing we picked up were these scallops that were cooked in wine..."koshu-ni"

For most tsukudani, it is food that is seasoned with shoyu, sugar and mirin. In this case, they use wine in place of mirin and call it "koshu-ni".

You can't taste any alcohol, which is a good thing.

And this is very good with rice. And with beer.

If you visit this part of Japan, you might want to give this a try.


Deb in Hawaii said...

Those scallops look good. I bet the sweet and salty combination was delicious. ;-)

Kalin's Mommy said...

Oh, that looks delish!

K and S said...

they are addicting, Deb!

they are Mich :)

Take care you two.

KirkK said...

Looks and sounds really good Kat.

K and S said...

I think you would enjoy it Kirk:)

Take care!

K said...

Ooh, looks like it'd be great with rice!

K and S said...

it really is K!

Take care.