Wasabi is making its way out of Japan and becoming a part of modern day cuisines all over the globe. Learn about the interesting history of Wasabi and how it is also good for your health.
Tag - healthy
A delicious vegetarian sushi with miso! Miso and shiso will add the Japanese taste you need, and make plain cucumber rolls more interesting.
Edamame is a popular appetizer, and goes well with ice cold beer! Put a little more effort in the edamame to make it even tastier!
Cooking Japanese food using vegetables that are in season results in fresh, vibrant, delicious dishes. In the month of May, you can use celery and young potatoes in a number of tasty Japanese dishes.
One of the most popular types of noodles to enjoy in Japanese cuisine is udon noodles. Made from wheat flour, salt and water, these thick, chewy noodles are very comforting and can be used in a wide variety of dishes, served hot or cold.
Eat healthy with this quick fried rice recipe! Perfect if you want to eat something healthy but are in a rush.
Red bean paste (anko) is a sweet ingredient often used in Japan as a filling for various pastries, to flavor confectioneries, and even for use in ice cream. You can make your own red bean paste and use it in several recipes.
Make these mini donuts with tofu added for a healthier touch. You won't be able to stop popping them into your mouth!
Hijiki is a healthy seaweed especially popular in Japanese cuisine. The versatile ingredient can be used in many different dishes, and also contains a large number of vitamins, minerals, and health benefits.
Cheesecake is a classic, but try giving it a twist by adding purple yam. It also turns the cake a light pink, which is an interesting touch.