Cream stew is a staple in many Japanese homes. Choose your favorite combination of meat and vegetables to create this wholesome stew.
Japanese Stuffed Peppers are loaded with delicious spiced meat along with Japanese herbs. They are often served as an appetizer at izakayas.
An Onsen is a Japanese hot spring, and tomago is the word for an egg. If you have ever sat in a Japanese hot tub, sometimes it seems like the water is hot enough to cook an egg, and there are indeed hot springs in Japan heated by volcanic springs where that may be possible....
Japanese comfort food is delicious on a cold day. Features tender and fresh vegetables in a thick and sweet tomato based roux.
If you are going to travel anywhere in Southeast Asia you are going to use chopsticks. Learn all about chopsticks and how to use them.
The Japanese version of Chinese Pepper Steak is made with very thin slices of beef and pepper. It’s a beautiful and colorful dish.
Explore the most popular salty and savory snacks - chips, puffs, crackers, and bits that are enjoyed throughout Japan.
Do you want a perfectly cooked Japanese steak? All you need need is salt, pepper, butter, garlic, and an amazing cut of marbled beef.
Fried pork cutlets are a very popular dish in Japan. These cutlets are crispy, crunchy, and oh so delicious!
Ready to impress your friends with your mastery of Japanese culture? Includes sushi terms and some of the most popular sushi ingredients.
A great meal when you are craving a protein but are not in the mood for meat. Topped with soy sauce, Bonito flakes and Japanese yam.
Oxtails are browned and then simmered for hours in a stock made with mirin, soy sauce and wine. The meat comes out so soft you can eat it with a spoon.
A simple and elegant pasta tossed in cream based sauce blended with karasumi (bottarga) and topped with Japanese nori and fresh shiso leaves.
Join me in part 1 of this blog as we explore the many types of sushi and the ingredients used to prepare and complement this traditional Japanese staple.
Orzo is a delicious alternative to rice, made from pasta, that cooks up creamy and really brings out the taste of Japanese green vegetables.
Try this silky and savory Japanese egg custard, steamed to perfection and filled with a variety of seasonal ingredients.
Crispy and caramelized on the outside and soft, like sweet custard, in the middle, this sophisticated French Toast will leave you wanting more.
This dish features Udo - a wild vegetable that grows in Japan in the spring. The sauce is made with rice vinegar and miso that pairs perfectly with the udo.
This Japanese rice bowl is prepared with tender chicken and sweet onion sautéed in a sweet dashi. Beaten eggs are added in and steamed in the dashi.