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Ki no me, a Japanese Restaurant located at The One, Bayan Lepas. Before went there, comments from others about this restaurant are positive. Good food with good price, but need to wait for nearly one hour before the food was serve. When I blog for this restaurant, I google for Ki no me, and I found this: 木の芽, the young leaves of the sansho tree (Japanese pepper). I think the restaurant named after this leaf as I observed the wall is decorated with many greeny leaves. I believed they are ki no me. Today, we decided to give it a try, we were lucky as we get a parking space right in front of the restaurant and not crowded at the time we arrived there.

 

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I would like to share a very simple dish that I cooked yesterday, homemade yakitori. Yakitori (焼き鳥) is a Japanese type of skewered chicken. It is made from few bite-sized chicken meats, skewered on a bamboo skewer over charcoal.





 



Japanese like to order yakitori during dinner with a group of colleagues or friends, eat with some other dishes and drink with beer or sake , Japanese alcoholic drink.

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Japanese yakitori (photo captured from Japanese yakitori shop)

Besides chicken, they also used chicken heart, liver, chicken wing, ox tongue, squid and others to make yakitori.

On Friday, I bought a bottle of yakitori sauce from supermarket near my company. At night, I merinate the chicken meats with the yakitori sauce. The next morning, I grilled the chicken meats and ate together with rice. I do not follow the way Japanese cook and just put the chicken on top of alluminium foil and grilled them. It was delicious and very easy to prepare.


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Marinate chicken with yakitori sauce


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Yakitori sauce

I am not sure where to get it in Malaysia. May be we can get it in supermarket such as Jusco or Cold Storage, or shops in town that selling all those Japanese food? Anyone knows where to get it?
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#2 MnY - SH Yong 2010-01-06 20:10
Hi Juju, yes, you can substitute the sauce with something else..i grill it with gas cooker, they gas cooker here comes with a partition where you can grill chicken, fish or other food. Just take care of the chicken not to overcook or burn will do, no temperature setting is needed. You can grill it in your oven as well, temperature wise, maybe set it to 150deg? or 180deg? Grill until it is cook will do.
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#1 Juju 2009-12-18 13:32
Thanks for sharing, I would love to try this out, maybe substitute the sauce with something else. BTW, hw do u grill it ? What temperature did u use ?
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