Kikkoman soy and shitake dashi , Brixham crab and roast chicken skin

Kikkoman UK

Kikkoman UK

Premium Supplier 9th May 2016
Kikkoman UK

Kikkoman UK

Premium Supplier

Kikkoman soy and shitake dashi , Brixham crab and roast chicken skin

From roasted chicken to stuffed chicken breast, chicken recipes are vast and varied. With a range of cooking methods and flavours to choose from, chicken recipes are a great way to exercise your chef skills. Why not give the following Kikkoman soy and shitake dashi , Brixham crab and roast chicken skin recipe a try? The prestigious catering competition will see finalists invited to the Restaurant Show on Monday 3rd October to take part in a cook-off in front of a panel of distinguished judges and members of the public. Each finalist is required to devise two courses using Kikkoman Naturally Brewed Soy Sauce as an integral ingredient. In the cook-off, finalists will have 90 minutes to recreate their dishes which must use meat or fish in either course.Follow this link,, to enter the Kikkoman Masters 2016.


  • 25ml Kikkoman soy
  • 50g Dried shitake
  • 1 sheet of kombu
  • 300ml water
  • 1 leaf of gelatine
  • 200g fresh white crab meat
  • 10g chives
  • Salt and pepper
  • 4 chicken skins
  • Micro herb , preferably lemon verbena


Pour over the shitakes and kombu hot but not boiling water , add the Kikkoman soy , cover the bowl with cling film and allow to infuse for 1 hour in a warm place.
Pick through the crab ensuring no shell , add chopped chives and salt and pepper and possibly a squeeze of lemon juice.
Lay out the chicken skins on a silpat mat and cover with greaseproof paper, place another tray on top and a weight , bake at 180c for approx. 20minutes or until golden brown and crispy, remove drain, and allow to cool then season.
Take half of the dashi stock and bring to a gentle simmer , add the gelatine leaf and allow to dissolve remove from the heat and add remaining stock, stir and pass into serving bowl , place in fridge to allow to set.
Once set , gently place a good spoon of the crab in the centre , break the chicken skin onto the top and garnish with the herbs , serve cold .

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