Quick and easy sautéed dishes prepared in one frying pan
Itamemono are dishes prepared by sautéing vegetables, seafood or meat, usually in a little oil, while stirring and then seasoning.
Itamemono is a method of cooking ingredients over a high heat in a short time, so there is less loss of vitamins. Ingredients are not overcooked or mushy, which may prevent the ingredients from absorbing flavors well. Therefore, to set the flavors, it is important to add a liquid seasoning at the end or thicken with katakuriko (potato starch) diluted in water.
Beef and Asparagus Sauté
144kcal / per person
All-in-one dish of beef and vegetables. Just sauté the ingredients.
57kcal / per person
This is a must dish at home and at restaurants. Use vegetables kicking around your refrigerator.
Miso Sautéed Eggplant and Peppers
82kcal / per person
In this summertime dish, eggplant and green bell peppers, both summer vegetables, are used in abundance with nutty sesame seeds. Eggplant mainly consists of water and helps cool your body down. It is recommended when you suffer from the summer heat.
Sautéed Spinach and Egg
59kcal / per person
All you need to do is sauté spinach, egg and bacon.
Chicken and Colorful Bell Pepper Curry-flavored Sauté
98kcal / per person
A well-balanced dish with low-fat and low-calorie chicken sasami paired with summer vegetables.
31kcal / per person
A simple dish using only onions. It makes a perfect side dish.