How to Make Your Favorite Food Wars!: Shokugeki no Soma Dishes

How to Make Your Favorite Food Wars!: Shokugeki no Soma Dishes

Food Wars!: Shokugeki no Soma is a popular anime and manga series that follows the culinary adventures of Soma Yukihira, a young chef who dreams of surpassing his father’s cooking skills. His father’s love translated to his cooking and the show is known for its over-the-top cooking battles and its mouthwatering depictions of food.

If you’re a fan of Food Wars!: Shokugeki no Soma, you’ve probably dreamed of making some of the dishes you’ve seen on the show. Well, now you can! Follow these three easy recipes to make the most delicious dishes ever, though we cannot guarantee the same reaction as the characters in the anime.

Top 3 Food Wars!: Shokugeki no Soma Recipes

3. Sumire Karaage Roll

Ingredients

  1. Chicken Thigh Meat
  2. Soy Sauce
  3. Chili Peppers
  4. Cornstarch
  5. Lettuce
  6. Perilla
  7. Flat-Leaf Parsley
  8. Black Pepper
  9. Bánh Xèo
  10. Rice Flour
  11. Water
  12. Coconut Milk
  13. Sauce
  14. Chili Sauce
  15. Fish Sauce
  16. Tomatoes
  17. 1/8 Apple
  18. 1/8 Onion
  19. Frying Oil
  20. Potato Starch/Corn Starch

Instructions

  1. Cut chicken thighs, onion, and apple into bite-sized pieces, do not peel the apple.
  2. Put the Apple and Onion from Step 1 into a food processor and add 1/4 Teaspoon Chicken Bouillon, 2 Tablespoons Soy Sauce, 2 Tablespoons Sake, 1/2 Teaspoon Salt, 1/4 Teaspoon Black Pepper, 1/4 Teaspoon Cayenne Pepper and Puree.
  3. Put Step 2 in a plastic bag and add the chicken from Step 1. Rub the meat well with 2 and then sit in the refrigerator overnight to marinate. (For shorter periods, rub the meat well with Step 2 for 5 minutes, then let marinate for 20 minutes)
  4. Heat frying oil to 350°F. Lightly coat Step 3 with potato starch and deep-fry for 5 minutes or until golden brown. While frying, use a skimmer to scoop the meat out of the oil briefly one or two times to air (this gives it the effect of being “twice-fried”).
  5. Make the Banh Xeo batter. Put 100 grams of low-protein Flour (such as cake and pastry flour), 100 grams of Joshinko Rice Flour, 1 Teaspoon of Turmeric, 200 CC Coconut Milk, 250 CC Water, 4 Teaspoons of Sesame Oil, Cooking Oil, Cilantro or Parsley, Green Perilla Leaves, Lettuce Leaves and Black Pepper in a bowl and mix. Slowly add coconut milk, and water, and beat into a batter with a mixer.
  6. Heat the cooking oil in a frying pan then add 1/4 of Step 5. Quickly spread it thinly across the pan and cook on low heat. Once the edges start turning up, add one teaspoon of sesame oil around the edges and cook until crispy. Quickly flip with a spatula, briefly cook the other side, and then move to a plate. Cook the remaining three portions of the batter in the same way.
  7. Place the cilantro, green perilla leaves, and lettuce leaves onto Step 6 and add the fried chicken from Step 4. Quickly mix the hot sauce from 3 Tablespoons Hot Sauce, 1 Tablespoon Lemon Juice, and 1 Tablespoon Fish Sauce and pour over the chicken, top with black pepper, and done!

2. Chaliapin Steak Don

Ingredients

  1. Beef Sirloin (Supermarket discount)
  2. Lots of Onion
  3. Garlic (mix with onion)
  4. Pepper
  5. Salt
  6. Potato Starch
  7. Rice (Donburi Bowl)
  8. Umeboshi Paste
  9. Pickled Plum
  10. Red Wine
  11. Soy Sauce
  12. Butter

Instructions

  1. Chop the onions finely.
  2. Remove the tendons from the beef and beat it with a meat tenderizer until as flat as possible.
  3. Cover meat on both sides with the chopped onion and leave for 30 minutes or more. Remove the onion and add salt and pepper.
  4. Cook the steak to your preference(most would prefer medium-rare). Remove from heat and melt 1 tablespoon of butter in a frying pan and fry the onion used for the beef until it changes color. Adjust the flavor with salt and pepper, then move the onion to the steak.
  5. Melt the remaining butter in the frying pan and fry the sides of the meat before taking it out.

Making the Sauce:

  1.  Add red wine to the frying pan used for the beef to deglaze it. Boil down the wine while scraping off the meat juice.
  2. Add soy sauce and mix with everything. Adjust seasonings to personal preferences.
  3. Thicken with dissolved potato starch.
  4. Put rice mixed with Umeboshi paste (pickled plum) in the donburi bowl. Place the beef on top and add plenty of sauce. Top with the finely chopped, cooked onions.

1. Transforming Furikake Gohan

Ingredients

  1. Furikake
  2. Nikogori
  3. Chicken Wings
  4. Bonito Stock
  5. Ginger
  6. Onion
  7. Sake
  8. Mirin
  9. Sugar
  10. Light Soy Sauce
  11. Salt
  12. Broth
  13. Eggs
  14. Scallion
  15. White Rice

Instructions

  1. Heat sesame oil in a frying pan and sauté chicken wings until golden brown on both sides.
  2. Put 7 Chicken wings, 1 tablespoon sesame oil, 1 tablespoon grated ginger, 700 cc. Bonito broth, sake, mirin, sugar (1 tablespoon each), 50 cc. light soy sauce into a pot and turn it on high until it boils. Skim scum off top, reduce heat to low, and simmer until broth level is reduced by half.
  3. Pour broth into a container to cool. Once cooled, place in refrigerator to chill and harden. Debone chicken wings and cut them into strips.
  4. Make the egg curds. Crack eggs into a bowl, add diced spring onion, 1 tablespoon of sugar, a pinch of salt, and whisk. Pour into a frying pan on low heat, stirring rapidly to create the curds.
  5. Once done, move to a plate.
  6. Once (3) hardens, remove from container and cut aspic into 1cm x 1cm squares.
  7. Pour aspic, egg curds, and chicken strips over hot rice. Sprinkle with diced spring onion and enjoy!
How to Make Your Favorite Food Wars!: Shokugeki no Soma Dishes
Shokugeki no Soma | Image courtesy of J.C.Staff

We hope that you have enjoyed learning how to make these delicious dishes. While you’re at it, you might as well check out some NarutoOne Piece, and Your Name recipes too. You can also experiment with your recipes and have food wars with your friends or family at home, the sky is the limit here.

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