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Sunomono (Cucumber Salad) Recipe – Japanese Cooking 101

Mitch Gomez

March 4, 2015




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Sunomono (Cucumber Salad) is such an easy and refreshing side dish. So try it today! This video will show you how to make simple cucumber sunomono.
The recipe by Noriko & Yuko of Japanese Cooking 101 (http://www.japanesecooking101.com) We only use ingredients you can easily find!



Category: Japanese Recipe

Florence G
- 4 Years ago

Yours is waaaaaaaay better than Jamie Oliver’s version

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Eszra
- 4 Years ago

MAKING!

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2HootHoot
- 4 Years ago

I had this at the restaurant Zen for the first time and I fell in lOVE with
it! Domo Arigatou!

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Nicholas Dwenger
- 4 Years ago

とても美味しいですね。ありがとございます。

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JapaneseCooking101
- 4 Years ago

Thanks everyone! I just made Sunomono with Kombu seaweed for my dinner.
Come and see it at our facebook!

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JapaneseCooking101
- 4 Years ago

Sorry to hear that. It should be fine, and come back to visit us!

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JapaneseCooking101
- 4 Years ago

Thanks!

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Veo 16
- 4 Years ago

What is a good method to slice the cucumber very thin? Is it a technique or
rather dependent on the type of blade the chef uses?

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JapaneseCooking101
- 4 Years ago

We are happy that you and your friends like our Nikujaga! Come back and try
different dishes too.

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StarWoors
- 4 Years ago

Good stuff.

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Mandy Roy
- 4 Years ago

This looks soooooooo good! Would palm sugar be a good substitute for the
white sugar?

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JapaneseCooking101
- 4 Years ago

ありがとうございます!

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JapaneseCooking101
- 4 Years ago

Try using a vegetable slicer. All you need is a basic plastic one that is
inexpensive. Or you can just try slicing it really thin with a regular
knife which is not impossible 🙂

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Shane Choinard
- 4 Years ago

oops sorry, this comment was meant for the other page: nikujaga recipe

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Ladyleopard805
- 4 Years ago

I always order this as a side dish at my favorite Japanese restaurant, but
now I can make it at home! Your recipe was amazing as are the other two I
have tried. So easy and delicious thank you.

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snillocgrom
- 4 Years ago

for even healthier recipe, substitute sugar with Asian pear, honey, or
brown sugar. 

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benefactionhindrance
- 4 Years ago

You squeezed out a lot of the nutrients. Drink the juices.

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Kellie Ngo
- 4 Years ago

Can you just use any vinegar or do you have to use rice vinegar?

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Dax Wagner
- 4 Years ago

Isn’t there supposed to be some sesame oil in this recipe?

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AG Sky
- 4 Years ago

This is so yummy! I did some earlier today and it is really good… Thank
you for the recipe

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Phoeberella S.
- 4 Years ago

Eating it right now

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0000atd0000
- 4 Years ago

Hi,
tthanks for the recipie. When we say “Soy sauce…” do we talk about the
“sugary” one or the salty one ?
Thanks for your reply and congratz for the nice video

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JapaneseCooking101
- 4 Years ago

I never had palm sugar before, but I’m sure it’s good. I have used
different kind of sweetener (even splenda), and always worked. Let us know
how it went!

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msgloryjess
- 4 Years ago

Me encanto! <3

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Elric De Melnibonée
- 4 Years ago

Hello. Could you repeat exactly in video the cucumber recipe according to
the recipe given in volume 3 of the manga of Saburo Shimada Yoshichi
Ishikawa?
Please!!^^

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