Sunomono / receipt

Short description

Sunomono salad is a traditional Japanese dish that is often served as an appetizer. To make it, wash cucumbers, cut them into thin circles, salt them and let them sit for 15-20 minutes to drain the juices before adding in shredded nori. Combine rice vinegar, agave syrup, and soy sauce to make the marinade, then pour it over the salad before sprinkling with toasted sesame seeds. If you prefer, you can use Wakame instead of nori seaweed, and any sweetener can replace agave syrup.


Preparation description:

Below I will tell you more about how to cook sunomono. Wakame can be used instead of nori seaweed. They will need to be soaked in water first. Agave syrup can be replaced with any other sweetener. It turns out very tasty!

Prepare all ingredients.

Wash cucumbers, cut into thin circles.

Salt, mix and leave for 15-20 minutes to let the juice flow. Drain the resulting liquid, and lightly dry the cucumbers.

Transfer cucumbers to a clean bowl. Add the shredded nori sheet.

For the marinade, combine rice vinegar, agave syrup and soy sauce.

Pour the resulting sauce over the salad, mix.

Sprinkle the salad with toasted sesame seeds before serving. Enjoy your meal!

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