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Homesick Cravings

I looked on the front page and didn't see anything quite like this topic, so I thought I would share.

I'm from California originally and we have a lot of really good, authentic ethnic food. I didn't fully appreciate this until I had already been living in Switzerland for a couple of years. Sometimes I get a wicked craving for something from home. I'd like for this thread to be a place where we share recipes, ingredient sources and other information for those who want to make authentic cuisine at home.

Hawaiian Poke Bowl (cooking+prep time appx. 30 minutes)
Total cost for all ingredients: 69 CHF
Total cost per meal: 10 CHF per person, with most of the cost coming from the fish

Ingredients:
350g Bio Salmon filet- 13 normally, 6.50 if 50% off
350g Yellowfin tuna filet - 13 normally, 6.50 if 50% off
1 avocado - 2.20
1 cucumber - 1.20
1 bunch Green Onion - 1.60
200g Koshihikari rice - 20CHF per bag
40mL Soy sauce - 9.90 per liter
10g Sugar - negligible
5g Wasabi - free
5mL Lemon Juice - negligible
20g Nori - 2.30
20mL Sesame Oil - 4.20 per bottle
10mL Mirin - 7.80 per bottle
10mL Korean Soba Tsuyu (fish broth base) - 6.80 per bottle

Markets (items are cheapest at the respective locations mentioned):
1. Coop- various
The salmon and tuna fillets you can buy at the Coop, though not the cheapest they sometimes go 50% off. No need to freeze beforehand; it's OK to eat it raw.

2. Barkat- Birmensdorferstrasse 141-143, 8003
Avocado and cucumber can be bought here, as well as many other produce items including green onion.

3. Nishi Japan Shop- Schaffhauserstrasse 120, 8057
Here I would recommend buying the rice and soy sauce. The short-grain Koshihikari rice is really high quality, very sticky, and has a unique texture that you won't find with most of the long-grain rices you find in Coop or Migros. The soy sauce and rice you can buy in bulk, so it will end up cheaper than if bought separately at other shops.

4. Yumi Hana- Schützengasse 4, 8001
Korean grocery store where you can pick up the korean Tsuyu and sesame oil. The wasabi you can get for free at the nearby Yooji's.

5. New Asia Market - Feldstrasse 24, 8004
Nori, Mirin, and any other add-ins you can think of can be found here.

Instructions:
-Wash the rice in a pot with a fitted lid until it runs clear. Add an equal part of water, bring to a boil with the lid on, then reduce to the lowest setting and cook for 15 minutes.
-Cut the fish into batons, sear for about 25 seconds on each side in a pan with a bit of sesame oil. Set aside to cool, then slice into equal-sized cubes.
-Peel the cucumber, take out the watery seeds in the middle. Cut into cubes about one quarter the size of the fish.
-Slice the avocado in half, remove the pit and peel off the skin. Cut into cubes appx. 1/2 the size as the fish.
-Slice the green onion and set aside in ice water for 5 minutes to reduce any astringency.
-Prepare the tuna marinade by putting soy sauce, lemon juice, wasabi, sesame oil and mirin in a bowl. Place the cubed tuna, drained green onion and avocado in this mixture for 5 minutes to absorb a bit of the flavor.
-Make a teriyaki sauce by adding water to an equal part of soy sauce, with enough sugar to taste. Dissolve the sugar, add the Tsuyu and bring to a slight boil. When the mixture thickens a bit, take it off the heat, let cool for 5 minutes and then add to the cucumber and salmon cubes.
-Put the toasted seaweed paper in a plastic bag, crumple it until it's in small, uniform pieces.
-Combine the ingredients in a bowl, first putting the rice, then the two fish and vegetable mixtures on top, then finishing with the nori. Garnish with toasted sesame seeds. This recipe serves two.


If you have recipes to share, I'd really appreciate if you shared them here. Enjoy your poke bowls! :P
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I'd say you'd need to be fairly brave to eat fish that's past its' sell by date (50% discount) raw
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Re: Homesick Cravings

Oh sorry, one of the things I forgot to add was to season the sushi rice. Pouring a few tablespoons of sushi seasoning (vinegar with sugar dissolved in it) on the rice, spreading the rice thin and cooling it with a fan should do the trick.

As for the 50% off concerns- if you use the fish the day you buy it, not to mention sear the fish, it should be no problem. If you're more squeamish, buy the full price stuff.
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Re: Homesick Cravings

What an excellent idea for a thread, love it!...England will be giving their recipes for Heinz baked beans, bangers and (s)mash...and I'll be offering up haggis, neeps and tatties...2 recipes that should send the Swiss running for the mountains!!
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As for the 50% off concerns- if you use the fish the day you buy it, not to mention sear the fish, it should be no problem. If you're more squeamish, buy the full price stuff.
In your recipe earlier you say "it's OK to eat it raw"

Now you say "sear the fish"

You need to make up you mind, searing it or cooking it, no problem but eating raw fish past its' sell be date is probably not so wise
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I'd say you'd need to be fairly brave to eat fish that's past its' sell by date (50% discount) raw
Shops are not allowed to sell food past it's sell-by-date.

It's normally discounted one to three days before this.
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Re: Homesick Cravings

SoundofMusic,

I personally have noticed a difference in quality and freshness for fish and meat products between Migros and Coop. I repeat, I would personally (me, myself and I) be a bit circumspect when it comes to Coop, you buy at half of price but it definitely cannot be eaten raw, sometimes not even cooked. I burnt myself quite a few times with Coop. Maybe is just this Coop where I usually buy my stuff, don't know. Migros was always predictable - good quality even for products on sale.

And I am with Todayonly, raw fish is a bit special, perhaps the one made for sushi is a safer bet...Thanks for the recipe, btw.

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and I'll be offering up haggis, neeps and tatties...2 recipes that should send the Swiss running for the mountains!!
Love that! (But then I´m not Swiss )
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I looked on the front page and didn't see anything quite like this topic, so I thought I would share.

I'm from California originally and we have a lot of really good, authentic ethnic food. I didn't fully appreciate this until I had already been living in Switzerland for a couple of years. Sometimes I get a wicked craving for something from home. I'd like for this thread to be a place where we share recipes, ingredient sources and other information for those who want to make authentic cuisine at home.

Hawaiian Poke Bowl (cooking+prep time appx. 30 minutes)
Total cost for all ingredients: 69 CHF
Total cost per meal: 10 CHF per person, with most of the cost coming from the fish

Ingredients:
350g Bio Salmon filet- 13 normally, 6.50 if 50% off
350g Yellowfin tuna filet - 13 normally, 6.50 if 50% off
1 avocado - 2.20
1 cucumber - 1.20
1 bunch Green Onion - 1.60
200g Koshihikari rice - 20CHF per bag
40mL Soy sauce - 9.90 per liter
10g Sugar - negligible
5g Wasabi - free
5mL Lemon Juice - negligible
20g Nori - 2.30
20mL Sesame Oil - 4.20 per bottle
10mL Mirin - 7.80 per bottle
10mL Korean Soba Tsuyu (fish broth base) - 6.80 per bottle

Markets (items are cheapest at the respective locations mentioned):
1. Coop- various
The salmon and tuna fillets you can buy at the Coop, though not the cheapest they sometimes go 50% off. No need to freeze beforehand; it's OK to eat it raw.

2. Barkat- Birmensdorferstrasse 141-143, 8003
Avocado and cucumber can be bought here, as well as many other produce items including green onion.

3. Nishi Japan Shop- Schaffhauserstrasse 120, 8057
Here I would recommend buying the rice and soy sauce. The short-grain Koshihikari rice is really high quality, very sticky, and has a unique texture that you won't find with most of the long-grain rices you find in Coop or Migros. The soy sauce and rice you can buy in bulk, so it will end up cheaper than if bought separately at other shops.

4. Yumi Hana- Schützengasse 4, 8001
Korean grocery store where you can pick up the korean Tsuyu and sesame oil. The wasabi you can get for free at the nearby Yooji's.

5. New Asia Market - Feldstrasse 24, 8004
Nori, Mirin, and any other add-ins you can think of can be found here.

Instructions:
-Wash the rice in a pot with a fitted lid until it runs clear. Add an equal part of water, bring to a boil with the lid on, then reduce to the lowest setting and cook for 15 minutes.
-Cut the fish into batons, sear for about 25 seconds on each side in a pan with a bit of sesame oil. Set aside to cool, then slice into equal-sized cubes.
-Peel the cucumber, take out the watery seeds in the middle. Cut into cubes about one quarter the size of the fish.
-Slice the avocado in half, remove the pit and peel off the skin. Cut into cubes appx. 1/2 the size as the fish.
-Slice the green onion and set aside in ice water for 5 minutes to reduce any astringency.
-Prepare the tuna marinade by putting soy sauce, lemon juice, wasabi, sesame oil and mirin in a bowl. Place the cubed tuna, drained green onion and avocado in this mixture for 5 minutes to absorb a bit of the flavor.
-Make a teriyaki sauce by adding water to an equal part of soy sauce, with enough sugar to taste. Dissolve the sugar, add the Tsuyu and bring to a slight boil. When the mixture thickens a bit, take it off the heat, let cool for 5 minutes and then add to the cucumber and salmon cubes.
-Put the toasted seaweed paper in a plastic bag, crumple it until it's in small, uniform pieces.
-Combine the ingredients in a bowl, first putting the rice, then the two fish and vegetable mixtures on top, then finishing with the nori. Garnish with toasted sesame seeds. This recipe serves two.


If you have recipes to share, I'd really appreciate if you shared them here. Enjoy your poke bowls! :P
Sounds good to me. Always have a problem finding the right ingredients here in Switzerland from a published recipe, and this helps get through that. Great!

Whether I only buy my tuna etc. from Globus is irrelevant.
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Does anyone know where I can get 40 hedgehogs and some fenugreek?
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he short-grain Koshihikari rice is really high quality, very sticky, and has a unique texture that you won't find with most of the long-grain rices you find in Coop or Migros. The soy sauce and rice you can buy in bulk, so it will end up cheaper than if bought separately at other shops.
Couldn't you just use 'standard' sushi rice?
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Re: Homesick Cravings

I'd like for this thread to be for recipes and ingredient locations. Off-topic posts will be liberally groaned at.

Anyway, I have a recipe for a Japanese dish, which is really easy to make.

Japanese Curry
3 small potatoes
1 carrot
1 onion
1 teaspoon of chicken or vegetable buillion
350g of chicken.
4 curry roux blocks
500mL water
220g rice
oil

Heat a tbsp of oil in a large pot on high heat. Pat the chicken with a paper towel, then add the chicken to the pot. Brown for around 4 minutes, or until the outside is no longer pink. Add the carrot, onion and potatoes, which should be chopped in bite-sized pieces (the smaller the better for quicker cooking). Add a bit of salt and pepper and continue cooking over high heat for 3 more minutes.

Dissolve the bouillion in water, then add. Bring to a boil, reduce the heat to medium and continue cooking until the vegetables are tender (around 10-15 minutes, depending on how large the chunks have been cut).

At the very end, add the curry roux. Stir until dissolved. Add salt, pepper and other add-ins (cocoa powder, chili powder, ginger juice, many possibilities here..) to taste.

The curry roux can be bought at any Asian market, though the more flavorful ones in my opinion you'll find at a Japanese market, such as Nishi Japan Shop in Zurich. I would also recommend their short-grain rice.

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Does anyone know where I can get 40 hedgehogs and some fenugreek?
I got one on the way home today, but it's a bit flat now, sort of Schnitzel style....sorry

Shall i post it to you ?
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Not sure what the groan is for, Sound of Music. I thought you said you liked "ethnic" food.

Or does only "ethnic food" which is widely available to California hipsters count?
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I'd like for this thread to be for recipes and ingredient locations. Off-topic posts will be liberally groaned at.
I understand your sentiment but you may find that you bring out the worst in some folk by voicing it.
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Re: Homesick Cravings

Whoever said this:

"I'd like for this thread to be for recipes and ingredient locations. Off-topic posts will be liberally groaned at."

Oh, this is your forum now? As Longbyt said, you may expect some comments and blobs
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You know what I love more than "ethnic" food?

Being taught how to make "ethnic" food by white middle class Californians.

Do you have any good recipes for faggots and grey peas or pork scratchings? I reckon if anyone knows how to make them, a white middle class Californian will.
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What an excellent idea for a thread, love it!...England will be giving their recipes for Heinz baked beans, bangers and (s)mash...and I'll be offering up haggis, neeps and tatties...2 recipes that should send the Swiss running for the mountains!!
What Longbyt said.

Um... "England" will probably not. Bangers and mash is not a recipe IMO. Now, a Korma* on the other hand...

Love haggis. Although I put gravy on mine to Mr Rufus' horror.


*Don't worry Tom, not really suggesting a Korma is authentic anything.

DB, no hedgehog but I did find a game toad under the log pile this afternoon. Happy to poke some air holes in a padded envelope if you like them fresh.
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You know what I love more than "ethnic" food?

Being taught how to make "ethnic" food by white middle class Californians.

Do you have any good recipes for faggots and grey peas or pork scratchings? I reckon if anyone knows how to make them, a white middle class Californian will.
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