This winter, get out of the cold weather and visit a Japanese Food mecca south of the equator like Singapore, Easter Island and Hawaii.
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Rice is an important ingredient in Japan, serving not just as a side dish at most traditional Japanese meals, but also as the main component of many flavorful Japanese rice dishes, not to mention snacks and desserts.
A healthy Japanese recipe that also packs a serious flavor blast, this Bean Sprout Curry with Soy Sauce recipe uses ingredients like pork, sake and curry powder to create a light meal that can be served at any time.
Soy and butter combine to deliver a savory flavor punch you will not soon forget with our easy-to-make authentic Japanese recipe for butter sautéed spinach and egg scramble that you can make from scratch right in your home kitchen.
In the month of September, both shiitake mushrooms and eggplant are in season. In Japan, where many dishes feature fresh, in-season ingredients, you can expect to see a wide variety of dishes containing these flavorful and healthy ingredients.
Looking for something refreshing to eat/add to your lunch box? You can’t go wrong with this soy sauce and lemon flavored chicken.
Pickled vegetables such as fukujinzuke and crunchy rakkyo are an excellent side dish to your Japanese meal, especially Japanese curry! Try some the next time you make or order curry, and you won't be disappointed!
Making tempura doesn’t have to be a hassle! Quickly make these carrot tempura and enjoy with either broth or salt.
Ketchup rice covered with a thin omelet. Try this once and you might fall in love with the tastiness!
Unagi, the Japanese eel, is an important part of Japanese cuisine, and quite tasty when marinated and grilled. It is also an especially nutritious fish, and the health benefits of unagi are numerous.