Crispy and caramelized on the outside and soft, like sweet custard, in the middle, this sophisticated French Toast will leave you wanting more.
Nasu Dengaku, eggplant topped with a ground chicken and miso paste and cooked to perfection is an appetizer that can be found at izakayas across Japan.
Deck the halls and decorate the shrine - these holiday cookies come straight from Japan! Matcha colors them green and they are coated with powdered sugar.
These rollups feature delicious beef short rib sliced thin and wrapped around fresh vegetables and then cooked in a delicious sesame-teriyaki sauce.
A sweet and savory dish prepared with beef, ginger and gobo simmered in mirin and soy sauce until the meat completely absorbs the sauces. Amazing!
Try this hot and spicy Szechuan dish that is also very popular in Japan. It contains ground pork and tofu in spicy and aromatic chili sauce.
Aside from rice, noodles are the most common carb in the Japanese diet. Ramen, soba, udon are all staples of Japanese cooking.
Spicy, sweet and bursting with the flavor of tomatoes and basil. Vegans can enjoy it as well by leaving out the anchovy paste. Top with cheese and enjoy.
This baked and soft seafood cake with a bit of a twist uses fresh sashimi grade seafood as well as packaged tuna and surimi.
Try this amazing salmon, seared over high heat and then caramelized in a sweet, salty, and citrusy tasting glaze.
This flaky and savory stuffed pie is made with lots of fresh mushrooms, feta cheese, butter, herbs, Japanese sake and soy sauce.
These ribs taste like they came right off the barbecue, but you prepare them in your oven! They are sweet, savory and melt in your mouth delicious.
Fluffy ricotta pancakes are made with a simple batter, ricotta cheese and vanilla to create a treat that can be served as breakfast or as a sweet dessert.
Chashu is best known as the delicious pork slices that top off ramen, but it is also used in fried rice, soups, or sandwiches known as kakunimanju.
A vegan-friendly meal made with fresh yamaimo, Japanese yam, and shungiku, chrysanthemum greens. The yam is topped with umeboshi plum paste and fresh shiso.
Tender chicken cooked in a sweet teriyaki sauce and loaded with pineapple and colorful veggies. Sweet, savory, fruity- a delicious and colorful dish.
Japanese chicken meatballs, known in Japan as tsukune (つくね), are popular in yakitori shops. They can be grilled, broiled, or cooked in soups or hotpots.
Almonds with a chocolaty coating make the perfect healthy treat. These almonds are cooked in butter on the stove and then coated with honey and cacao.
This version of a classic Reuben is made with pastrami, cheese, sauerkraut, and dressing broiled over a roll until the cheese is melted and bubbly.