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Shima Rakkyo (Island Shallot) – Okinawa

Shima Rakkyo (Island Shallot) – Okinawa

For Okinawa people “Shima Rakkyo (Island Shallot)” is one of the essential vegetables.For general way to eat, salted with “as pickle”, stir-fried with other vegetables and meat “Island Rakkyo champuru” and can be delicious as a variety of side dishes…

Rafte – Okinawa

Rafte – Okinawa

“Rafte” is a dish of pork stuwed well with brown sugar, soy sauce, awamori until they are very soft. During the Ryukyu Dynasty, a Chinese pig cook “Tong Porro” was instroduced, the Ryukyu King at the time was very fond…

Sata Andagi (Okinawan Donuts) – Okinawa

Sata Andagi (Okinawan Donuts) – Okinawa

Sata Andagi is a type of fried confectionery in Okinawa Prefecture. As its name suggests is a spherical fried donut using sugar dough.In Shuri dialect, SATA means sugar called SATO in Japanese, ANDAGI means “fried in oil”. SATA-ANDAGI is regarded…

Goya Champloo – Okinawa

Goya Champloo – Okinawa

“Champloo” is a dialect of Okinawa, meaning “to mix”, it is a dish which stir-fried tofu and various ingredients. Goya is said to be “the king of summer vegetables”, and the goya contains a lot of vitamins. It is said…

Sokisoba – Okinawa

Sokisoba – Okinawa

Braised with pig bone, soup combined with bonito is a good taste. Noodles made from wheat flour have better elasticity than udon and you can enjoy the texture.  It is characterized by spare ribs on top of noodles. Relux Okinawa,…

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