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Gohan with Tampico Sauce

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Recipe of Japanese food low in calories that although it uses only boiled rice, it is very rich with the dressing or sauce that is added.
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4 portions
  • 2 tablespoons apple vinegar
  • 1 teaspoon brown sugar
  • to taste soy sauce
  • 3/4 cups White rice
  • 1/2 cups mayonnaise
  • 2 bars surimi, cut into pieces
  • 90 grams cream cheese
  • 2 serrano peppers, cut into thin slices
  • 2 slices onion, finely chopped
  • 1 avocado, in cubes
  • few sesame seed, toasted
  • few lemon juice


Soak the rice in water for at least 10 minutes.
The rice is rinsed and a small casserole is put to heat water with brown sugar and vinegar, when it is already starting to boil, the previously washed rice is emptied, and it is left to cook for about 20 minutes. the rice will be cooked when it is consistent but not hard, nor will it be beaten.
The surimi, the chilies, the onion, the mayonnaise and the cheese are stirred making a dressing called commonly Tampico sauce.
When the rice is cooked, let it cool for 10 minutes.


The rice is served on a soup plate, on top of it, pieces of avocado are placed and on top of the avocado, a spoon of Tampico dressing is added. It can be garnished with toasted sesame seeds and to add flavor if you like it, add the sauce.


As a complement you can make apart in a small fret empty the soy sauce and stir with a little lemon juice.

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Ratings (4)
Ricardo Ramírez
21/07/2020 15:46:59
Hola! Una pregunta: ¿Cuánta agua debo usar para cocer el arroz? Solo indicaron la cantidad de azúcar y vinagre. Gracias!
Sibia Naara Gonzalez Morales
23/01/2016 10:43:01
A través de iOS Rico y fácil
Lyssania Macías Morales
17/07/2014 12:12:31
Hola Lyssania, efectivamente la salsa tampico no lleva aguacate. En este caso, es para acompañar el arroz, no como parte de la salsa. El limón puedes usarlo para diluir la soya y que quede con un sabor más rico, y el ajonjolí lo puedes agregar a esta salsa o directamente al arroz al final para decorar. Saludos :)
Lyssania Macías Morales
14/07/2014 14:02:09
A través de Android No recuerdo que la salsa tampico lleve aguacate, al menos en los restaurantes y la que venden empacada no lleva. ¿ Y qué haces con el ajonjolí tostado y el jugo de limón?

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