Gyoza, Japanese dumplings, is always a tasty addition to any Japanese meal. But instead of going out to eat, you can make your own gyoza at home to enjoy with different ingredients and dipping sauces. Perfect for any Japanese dinner party!
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The next time you are planning a dinner party, try hosting a Japanese food party—there are several types of Japanese food that your guests can enjoy making as well as eating, including temaki sushi, tempura, gyoza, and nabe hot pots!
Ring in the New Year like a Japanese culinary pro with these three different kinds of traditional Osechi Ryori. These small plates symbolize health, wealth and longevity in the year to come and are an eye-pleasing addition to any table.
Easy-to-follow recipe and video for Pink Grapefruit Stuffed Soy Marinated Chicken. This authentic Japanese recipe is full of flavor and spice and makes a colorful addition to any party table.
Another delicious looking recipe from our partner Naoko! As usual, her recipe is easy to make but looks amazing and tastes wonderful!
By adding a bit of European flair, Japanese shogayaki (ginger pork) transforms itself from just a delicious food to mouth-watering food! Try this recipe for your next dinner party!
Hosting your own at-home Iron Chef battle with Japanese-themed ingredients can be fun and easy with a little pre-planning before the host says the famous opening line, "Allez Cuisine!"
Your usual sushi but with a little twist! Just using cling wrap, make these ball-shaped sushi for some added cuteness.
From fruity to flowery, these four Mother's Day sakes are a perfect addition to your annual celebration. If you like to drink sake, share a glass with your mother or give her a special gift she can enjoy whenever she'd like.
Hosting a Japanese dinner party isn’t difficult or expensive. Simply choose the Japanese recipes you wish to serve, get the equipment and tableware, and enjoy the Japanese dinner with your friends and family.