日式焦糖炒地瓜-大学芋/Caramel Sweet Potato |MASAの料理ABC


Caramel Sweet Potato Hello everyone, I am Masa This time I would like to share the recipe for a tasty snack which goes by the name: Daigaku Imo (sweet potato). The Chinese name is 焦糖炒地瓜 The main ingredient this time is sweet potatoes The common sweet potato comes in long and round shapes So besides the shape, what are the differences between the two? (the following are based on explanations from a Japanese cooking show) The long sweet potato grows in the upper layer of the soil The round sweet potato grows in the lower layer of the soil The upper layer of the soil is less compacted than the lower layer hence in the upper layer, the sweet potato has room to grow into a longer shape The round sweet potato has to grow in more compacted soil hence it does not have much room to grow As such, this type of sweet potato grows into a rounder shape According to the cooking show, the shape of the sweet potato vary depending on what type of soil it grows in So is there a difference in terms of flavor between the two sweet potatoes? Because the long sweet potato grows in a more aerated environment, and that the moisture in this environment easily evaporates, the long sweet potato is constantly under ‘stress’ to conserve water and nutrients As a result of the concentrated nutrients, the long sweet potato is sweeter The round sweet potato grows in the lower layer and in a more compacted soil In this less aerated environment, the moisture in the soil does not evaporate as readily Hence this round sweet potato is less stressed about water conservation Without the need to conserve as much water and nutrients, the round sweet potato turns out less sweet As stated earlier, these are theories from another cooking show I personally have not noticed a difference in sweetness between the two sweet potatoes This time after cooking them, I will test to see whether a difference in taste exists As usual, the recipe I am presenting is very simple Making this snack in time for the afternoon tea would be ideal, as the sweetness pairs very well with tea Alright! Let’s get started! Sweet potato — about 200 grams Cut into bite size pieces You may cut them into sticks or squares according to your own preference Add salt into the water Soak the sweet potatoes in salted water The salted water prevents the sweet potatoes from being oxidized and helps removing the excess starch from them as well let the sweet potatoes soak for about 10 minutes remove the moisture with kitchen towels The moisture on the sweet potatoes will cause the oil to splatter when frying, hence it’s best to clean them well Add oil to the pan deep enough to submerge half of the sweet potatoes Turn the stove on to medium heat Turning the sweet potatoes occasionally to ensure that they are cooking evenly Turn the heat down to low Continue to fry until golden brown Pierce the sweet potato with a bamboo skewer to test if they’re cooked through Place the sweet potatoes on a paper towel to blot off the excess oil I reserved a round sweet potato (left) and a long sweet (right) potato to taste test their level of sweetness Can’t wait to compare them ^^ Clean the frying pan Add 3 tablespoons of sugar Add 2 teaspoons of mirin Add 1 teaspoon of soy sauce Turn on medium low heat Stir to combine evenly The soy sauce can burn easily, hence we don’t have to heat it for too long Once the sugar has melted, add the sweet potatoes Stir to coat the sauce evenly If the sauce becomes too sticky, add some water to the pan to dilute it Turn off the heat Sprinkle on the black sesame seeds Ok, the delicious daigaku imo is done 🙂 This snack is quite easy to make and it turned out well this time First, I will taste test the sweet potatoes to see if I notice a difference according to their shapes To recap, the round one is less sweet I shall start with the round one then Itadakimasu It actually is sweet enough Yummy 😉 This is quite good Let me cleanse my palate by drinking some matcha Ok, next I will go for the long one, the one that is supposed to be sweeter ..according to the other cooking show anyway, not sure if I buy it Right, Itadakimasu mhm mmmmhm.. (chuckles) I think this one is sweet too, but the difference is very subtle compared to the last one The round one (last one i ate first) is definitely quite sweet as well Ok, one more sip of matcha Take 2: the round one … down the hatch the long one.. going in (laughs) Actually.. the two are quite similar! I think the long one has a more concentrated sweetness, but the difference isn’t too big between the two I think the cooking temperature can impact the sweetness of the final product They were heated in the same pot, hence the sweetness is roughly the same between the them Perhaps if we ate the two entire sweet potatoes, there would be a difference? If the sweet potatoes were steamed or baked, the temperature and the amount of moisture in the sweet potatoes will vary All these factors can have an impact on how sweet the final product is The bottom line: don’t worry too much about the shapes of your ingredients Work with what you’ve got, and be happy 🙂 In this case both the long and the round sweet potatoes are tasty Alright, now it’s time to taste the daigaku imo I was looking forward to this 🙂 You can see the nice caramel color on it, very pretty indeed let’s dig in mmm To me, the taste is reminiscent of my childhood As a child, I often ate this snack When I was in primary school, this sweet potato snack is often served with the lunch that is provided by the school This snack was a favorite among my classmates Now that I made this snack, I’ve recreated the taste of my childhood …in reminiscence of childhood (山下=Masa’s family name) The sweet potato has a natural sweetness We’ve also added mirin and sugar to it Hence adding a bit of soy sauce can help balance that sweetness The combination of sweet and salty is just right. The snack is best enjoyed with matcha Eating this in front of the TV or while reading can be fun, though you will hardly notice it until you have eaten quite a bit Ok, the recipe I shared with you this time is very simple If you are interested, please give it a try! Thanks for watching! (please like or subscribe if you’ve enjoyed this video)

97 comments on “日式焦糖炒地瓜-大学芋/Caramel Sweet Potato |MASAの料理ABC”

  1. 陳奕安 says:

    頭香XD

  2. Yi Mika says:

    一定做看看,太可口了

  3. Donald J Trump says:

    靜香最愛的地瓜🤣

  4. 훈이한끼 Hoon's Meal says:

    这是韩国罕见的红薯食谱。
    我真的很想吃
    我昨天发布了一个吃韩国传统汤的视频

  5. dazstw says:

    看起來好好吃😋

  6. 劉庭蓁 says:

    請問,任何品種的地瓜都可以這樣料理嗎?

  7. 琦望 says:

    嗨,我來了

  8. k21939909 says:

    品種改良下 同品種甜份差異不大 除非生長環境差很大 風味就會有差別吧? 細長型&圓滾型 綿密口感可能會有差別

  9. 瑪魯丸 says:

    這品種看起來感覺像是栗子地瓜

  10. Yu-Jing Hsu says:

    請問一下,地瓜的種類有差嗎?
    那個油炸的過程可以替換成氣炸鍋嗎?

  11. Gilbert Hsiao says:

    老師回想小時候的部份也太可愛了😂

  12. Tang yiqin says:

    跟着Masa老师真的学到了很多很实用的方法👍

  13. 鍾小梅 says:

    試吃地瓜的MASA老師好可愛阿哈哈哈哈
    還有小學生MASA🤣🤣🤣

  14. 天ぷらさんTempura San says:

    No english subtile anymore?

  15. Lillian Huang says:

    圓地瓜比較不會這麼緊張~太可愛了!

  16. 喵瓏 says:

    老師的地瓜生長圖太可愛啦😆👍🏻
    地瓜超好吃🍠

  17. Joanna Yuan says:

    還好老師只各留2小塊,不然光是分出哪個是否比較甜就飽了⋯⋯^_^

  18. Zedd How Yang says:

    我们开始揍🤣

  19. Bonnie Lam says:

    我的許願被聽到了!!!!謝謝Masa老師!!!!

  20. 舒芙蕾 says:

    Masa老師
    😍謝謝您的分享

  21. 漢娜陳 says:

    老師講“不用那麼龜毛”欸,這樣做料理就不會那麼緊張了😁

  22. Joanne Yuen says:

    剛好有地瓜 我也來做做看

  23. 阿采 says:

    這個跟台灣夜市小點心拔絲地瓜好像喔!原來這麼簡單!自己做就可以控制甜度 太好了!

  24. 贵彬苏 says:

    老师的绿茶真是绿色的,什么品种呢?

  25. sybol chris says:

    有可能!沙地里种出来可能长的比较多。我们这土比较硬,一般都是圆嘟嘟

  26. sybol chris says:

    会胖死的

  27. chao-chun Kao says:

    哈。真的不好試。好吃就好。

  28. lin li In says:

    我要票選您是 全世界最棒 _國際料理大師 ! 感性與理性 又風趣英俊 親切帶給世界人們歡喜 BRAVOOOOOOO!

  29. Krystal Tse says:

    上面的地瓜紧张了一辈子,太不容易了

  30. Chung Chung says:

    老師試吃不同地瓜那段太可愛了~~~XDD

  31. Chica Ck says:

    今天老师的视频中自然光的拍摄,感觉很柔和,温暖,喜欢这种拍摄手法😄

  32. zhe sheng says:

    如果在糖還尚未完全凝固之前用筷子夾動,就會成為漂亮又好吃的"拔絲地瓜"了

  33. 一代闲人 says:

    啊,大学芋,なつかしい😋以前大学食堂里几乎天天都有卖,我也会经常买来吃。毕业以后就再也没有吃过😕原来做法这么简单!以后就可以自己做了。谢谢老师🙏

  34. Wei Wei says:

    請問可以用紫薯嗎?

  35. WhoamI? says:

    我想試試用蜜糖,不知效果是怎樣?🤔🤔🤔

  36. jworld she says:

    金時地瓜很好吃唷

  37. 張淑貞 says:

    雖然今天影片較晚~
    但 像宵夜點心、還是很開心~
    今午休時看了之前:「梅子關東煮_」、
    及剛剛影片的「切好的地瓜放在水裡面可防氧化及去除多餘澱粉」

    受益良多~
    今天放地瓜的盤子很有氣質~(喜歡)
    いつもありがとうございます😊

  38. asdkandy says:

    拔絲地瓜也很好吃哦!

  39. k urenai says:

    為什麼叫大學芋阿?

  40. Maggie Yang says:

    2:46 配那個音效太可愛了吧XDDD

  41. Summer Jiang says:

    哈哈哈哈哈哈masa老师不要勉强圆回这个话题啦! 前面的地瓜生长的图很可爱啊~

  42. 792 546 says:

    MASA老師每次吃東西都很逗趣

  43. 何宜珊 says:

    看老師的影片還能學食材的知識 真的很優質!

  44. DENG Lisa says:

    masa教我们煮白米饭呀,日本人煮的白米饭太好吃了,一直煮不到日本人做的这么好吃,看起来亮晶晶

  45. Irene Wong says:

    長知識了!謝謝老師👨‍🏫!

  46. Hui Qu says:

    老师超级可爱,实在喜欢💕。喜欢你的态度。

  47. K C says:

    變越來越胖,好可愛🤣🤣

  48. 小白 says:

    請問炸地瓜的部分可以用焗爐來代替嗎?

  49. KIKYOU CUI says:

    叔的试吃太可爱了!!!

  50. jiejin yin says:

    哈哈哈,长地瓜一辈子都活在紧张氛围里,容易得抑郁症,圆地瓜就心宽体胖!

  51. Sih Yi Lee says:

    原來泡鹽水可以防止地瓜氧化變黑😲😲😲
    長知識了😳😳😳

  52. Joyce Jiang says:

    masa老师太可爱了。是直男吗?

  53. Kevin Li says:

    請問老師的抹茶去哪裡買的

  54. Ping Ping says:

    看到老師認真試食的樣子,加了點後期制作,太可愛了。

  55. Konnichiwa,this is Mei Akemi. says:

    Thank you, Masa! Looks delicious. I'm wondering why this is called "大学"芋 in Japan.Why 大学?

  56. APPLE WONG says:

    老師,可以敎做蜜栗子嗎?謝謝🙏

  57. Oli Lin says:

    什麼是"味淋"?

  58. yijia小七 says:

    拔丝地瓜?

  59. tcmk0812 says:

    請問 安納芋 是其他品種的紅薯嗎?

  60. W Houeland says:

    我好久没看masa老师的节目了。从什么时候开始换了背景音乐?

  61. W Houeland says:

    请教一下,怎么可以让炸地瓜的油不冒烟?

  62. W Houeland says:

    masa老师喝抹茶的时候我想起日本人喜欢边喝抹茶边吃糖。我在日本买的抹茶大多都是非常非常非常非常的苦。不像在中国喝的那么温和。

  63. Ursa M says:

    我来报道了

  64. Kobayashi Lin says:

    如果我用紅糖還需要加味淋嗎?

  65. I-Chien Tang says:

    地瓜很緊張XDDD

  66. Kathy Zhou says:

    masa老师太可爱了

  67. Chris F says:

    🤣🤣🤣

  68. yujing Lin says:

    Take2笑了,哈哈哈感覺是一樣
    很像台灣地瓜拔絲
    好想嫁給老師喔!都不用擔心肚子餓😂

  69. 葉孋儀 says:

    糖份太髙了!地瓜本身就已經有很高的糖份,然後再炒糖~天!太甜了!!

  70. 流年是淡然的伤 says:

    中文这道菜叫拔丝地瓜或者拔丝红薯

  71. 林 Lin昭辰 Chao-Chen Jack YEG says:

    請問一下,誰能是否可以去做相撲火鍋/ちゃんこ鍋/Chanko-Nabe , 並且上傳教授於YouTube頻道上面呢?
    我再次多謝大家的關注和支持了! 阿們!♂

  72. Dull Knight says:

    流言终结者masa老师哈哈哈哈

  73. M HU says:

    Masa先生真是太可爱了!其实默默关注你很久咯 还学了几样像牛肉饭这种适合当便当的小食给男朋友送去午餐 真心感谢!其实很想知道Masa先生用了大概多久学习中文呢?因为我刚刚开始学日语 想大概制定一个学习计划 知道大概付出多少小时之类的 没有要考试 只是喜欢 想多了解日本文化 谢谢啦

  74. Nina‘s life玉琦分享 says:

    日本地瓜🍠很甜,口感非常好👍我也喜欢日本地瓜

  75. Christina Leung says:

    謝謝老師的分享, 我自己也是覺得長長的比較甜呢 XD

  76. Spring Lin says:

    學到了!原來要冷油炸 👍👍👍

  77. Yvie Sun says:

    原來形狀不一樣是因為泥土密度阻力的影響

  78. MMsloves says:

    woo😲i don’t even know there is difference between sizes!! good to know that ! 長知識了! Thanks😬

  79. Tracy Teng says:

    这不就是拔丝地瓜吗🤣

  80. Ching Shing Lee says:

    老师画太阳的方法和我一样 突然恋爱了

  81. Anna Leonard says:

    Perfect timing. I just bought two murazaki sweet potatoes for the first time.

  82. Annie Wong says:

    老師認真科普的樣子超可愛,這週末帶小孩一起做來吃,謝謝老師的食譜,愛你呃^^~

  83. Ho Shen Wan says:

    做太多放冰箱可以嗎?

  84. Vivian Tan says:

    谢谢老师的细心讲解

  85. Rainbow-彩虹兔 says:

    太可愛了還試吃兩回😂超喜歡🍠

  86. Leon Man says:

    老師用的是不銹鋼鍋嗎? 不會很難洗嗎?

  87. 劉雅涵 says:

    衣服穿反?哈哈

  88. Lin Shouchiku says:

    去日本交換的時候第一次吃到大学芋(便利超商賣的冰冰的那種)
    謝謝您拍的影片!
    我也想自己做來吃吃看了XDD

  89. 林怡靖 says:

    老師的地瓜圖畫的太可愛了!後面的試吃甜度的解釋也很可愛🤣

  90. Venus Leong says:

    謝謝Masa老師介绍好吃又营养的点心🙏🙏👍👍💖💖😊😊。

  91. waisee80 says:

    Pls share what kind of pan you are using? and brand name pls?

  92. 汉娜依萨 says:

    太帅了

  93. Sheng Zhang says:

    第1600个赞!

  94. Elizabeth Highmore says:

    啊,没有弹幕感觉有点“寂寞”呀,喜欢b站大家一起喊战歌起的感觉!!叔认真尝红薯真是太可爱啦!

  95. Amber says:

    圖好可愛~~

  96. monster jazz says:

    日本版拔丝地瓜么😂

  97. Monica says:

    老师说什么我都信!

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