Kuri-Gohan（Chestnut rice）. Kuri-Gohan（Chestnut rice） Kuri Gohan is a traditional Japanese classic rice that cooks chestnuts with rice. Chestnuts and salty rice match well and are delicious. I cooked "KURI GOHAN" with the freshly harvested rice.
You can change the ingredients with the seasons. In spring, green peas or bamboo shoots. In the fall, mushrooms or potatoes. You can cook Kuri-Gohan（Chestnut rice） using 6 ingredients and 4 steps. Here is how you cook that.
Ingredients of Kuri-Gohan（Chestnut rice）
- You need 540 ml of White rice.
- You need of About 20 chestnuts.
- You need 540 ml of water.
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- You need 2 tablespoons of sake.
- Prepare 2 teaspoons of salt.
Or you can add many different. Kuri Gohan (Chestnut Rice) chestnuts, rice, glutinous rice, sake, salt, konbu, goma-shio. The air is cooler, the days are shorter, and seeing chestnuts on the grocery store shelves are hints that brought to my memory of cosy evening dinners with Kuri Gohan (chestnuts rice). Chestnuts give a nutty flavour to plain rice and I have an easy way to cook chestnuts that I must share!
Kuri-Gohan（Chestnut rice） instructions
- Soak chestnuts in water overnight and peel..
- Add the washed rice, water, sake, and salt and mix gently..
- Put the chestnuts on top and cook..
Kuri Gohan (Chestnut Rice) is one of Takikomi Gohan which is steamed rice with other ingredients. I think this style food is similar to Paella. There are many kinds of Takikomi Gohan and some are already introduced in this site such as Taimeshi , Takenoko Gohan and Edamame Gohan. Chestnuts and salty rice match well and are delicious. Chestnuts are strictly seasonal and we eat chestnuts from Autumn to after new year's day in Japan.