A dish that “chan” cooks “chaccha”


This is a dish of stir-fried and steamed fish and vegetables seasoned with miso. This is a popular dish among fishermen in Hokkaido, and they usually use fish such as salmon and hokke, and vegetables and wild vegetables in season. You can enjoy some different kinds of miso flavors such as negimiso and butter miso depending on the areas of Hokkaido. There are several different stories for the origin of the name “chanchanyaki” and one says that because the dish could be made quickly “chacchatto”, and the other says that because “chan (father) usually cooks it. Chanchanyaki is still a staple at home, and each home has its own recipe for flavoring.

Information provided by : Gurutabi

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