|category||VegetablesSee the Related Food Category Page|
|cooking time||20 minutes|
|comment||This dish contains tomatoes and onions and is easily cooked by preparing the seasonings that go with them. If you have never cooked Japanese food, start with this dish first.|
|image||Bite into a whole tomato and your mouth is filled with delicious tomato juice. Discover the new and unique taste of this sukiyaki style dish.|
|Powdered sansho (pepper)
Powdered sansho pepper is not essential, if not available.
Cut off the top of the tomatoes and make a cut on the skin. Dip in boiling water and then, in cold water, peel by slipping the skin off.
Cut the onion along lengthwise into 5-mm width pieces. Put the oil in a non-stick frying pan and stir-fry the onion.
|technique||Use smaller tomatoes. Sauté the onions until tender without using oil. Instead, sauté them in the water released by the onions when cooked in a non-stick frying pan.|