Seri Gohan/せりご飯

Japanese Food
For today’s lunch, my father made seri gohan.
Seri is one of the sansai (edible wild plants) that my father likes, and he usually makes seri gohan, using the seri that grows in the yard around his house. Unfortunately, he cannot get any seri from it this year, so he bought three bunches of seri at the supermarket yesterday.
Gohan means cooked rice.
Making seri gohan is easy. Boil seri for some time, drain, and squeeze. Put some oil in a frying pan, put boiled seri, add gohan (cooked rice), and season with salt or say sauce.

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