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3/14/12How To Make Napolitan: By Satsuki

hello friends of the jungalow! i’m satsuki shibuya & will be keeping you company here today while justina is busily getting ready for her big day! since meeting her, i am constantly inspired visually by her constant vigor towards colors, patterns, greens & everything in between, but also by her worldly views on life & the importance of keeping an open mind towards humanity. speaking of which, today, i would like to share with you a little dish that all (well, i would say most little japanese boys & girls) moms have made many a time & for me conjure up moments of laughter in my belly & my heart. hopefully you can share this simple dish with a loved one over some wonderful conversations.
are you ready? here we go!
+ vegetables (anything you like or left over in your kitchen). my staples usually are: onion, some kind of bell pepper, mushroom/shimeji. broccoli & other hard vegetables seem to work as well
+ meat/tofu (i used apple chicken sausage in this version, but feel free to experiment with different kinds of protein)
+ 2~3 Tbsp ketchup (or depends on ketchup-y you like it to taste)
+  salt & pepper
+ dried garlic 
+ dried basil
i hope you enjoy the recipe & a big thank you to justina for inviting me come hang out here today!
Justina Blakeney Justina Blakeney

Designer, artist, stylist & mama. Founder and CCO at The Jungalow. Crazy for color, pattern and plants!

7 responses to “How To Make Napolitan: By Satsuki”

  1. The best recipe (at least if you’re based in Europe): Hop on a plane and spend a weekend in Napoli:-) The city is a terrible mess but I have never tasted yummier food!!

  2. Jennifer says:

    that looks so easy and delicious! Definitely making that one this week. Thanks for sharing.

  3. suki, the way you present your recipes makes cooking look so simple & easy! this looks like a good one to make for one’s dinner & have extra for next day’s lunch (that is, unless someone gets into it during the wee hours in between..).


  4. Mmm-ing at your illustrations. They’re so cute. Oh yeah, the dish looks absolutely delicious, too. Must make it for the heartmate and Bea! :P

  5. Nikkithy says:

    Wow this looks SO good and I love that you offer a vegetarian option. Dashing off to your blog now to see what else I can find!

  6. Yipes! I need me some pasta right now (it’s only been two days since my last!) This looks divine and I LOVE your illos Satsuki!

  7. Shauna Nep says:

    Mmm this would be fantastic with tofu. Nom nom!

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