Ramp Chili Oil (Taberu Rayu)
Taberu rayu (食べるラー油) or japanese chili oil is a condiment that's eaten with rice or noodles. This version uses ramps in place of garlic for a fresh spring taste.
toasted sesame oil
dried sea minced (I used a spice grinder)
(korean chili powder)
evaporated cane sugar
Add the vegetable oil ramp whites to a small saucepan and heat over medium heat until until the onions begin to sizzle. Fry, stirring occasionally until the ramps are fragrant and starting to caramelize (about 10-15 minutes). Add the sesame oil, dried scallops, chili peppers, chili powder, soy sauce and sugar. Fry for another minute then remove from the heat.