Shiitake and Koya Dry Curry

This is a dry curry with dried Shiitake and Koya tofu (freeze-dried tofu). We all know that Shiitake have many health benefits, such as lowering blood pressure. In addition, curcumin, a component of turmeric, a famous curry spice, is said to inhibit abnormal proteins that cause Alzheimer's disease. In addition, soybeans and tofu contain a large amount of lecithin, which helps absorb curcumin. Dry foods curry is not only delicious but also healthy. The flavorful spice curry gets a more delicious taste by adding Shiitake. The fragrance of Shiitake gives a deep flavor to the aroma of spices, and Guanylate, which is a unique characteristic of dried Shiitake, enriches the taste of other ingredients.

Ingredients (4 servings)

  • 25g Koya ( Freeze-dried ) tofu( minced )
  • 5 ( 20g ) Dried Shiitake ( minced )
  • 1/2 ( 70g ) Carrot ( minced )
  • 1 ( 40g ) Bell pepper ( minced )
  • 1/2 ( 80g ) Onion ( minced )
  • 2 tsp Garlic ( minced )
  • 2 tsp Ginger ( minced )
  • Half can Mixed beans ( boiled )
  • 200g Mixed ground meat or chicken mince
  • 2 Tbsp Olive oil
  • 3 Tbsp Worcester sauce -A
  • 3 Tbsp Ketchup -A
  • 2 Tbsp Curry powder -A


Use water to reconstitute Koya (Freeze-dried) tofu and Shiitake, squeeze out some of the water, then mince.
Put olive oil in the frying pan, and stir-fry the garlic and ginger on medium heat.
When there is aroma, cook the meat until it is heated. Then add the carrot, bell pepper, and onion.
When the vegetables become soft, add the step 1 ingredients and stir-fry so the water splatters out.
Add the mixed beans and flavor with Spices A to finish.
Any kind of mixed beans would be delicious.


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