Invite your friends over for some authentic Japanese isobe yaki, a sweet and savory snack that combines mochi with seaweed and soy sauce. Everyone will be delighted by your mastery of this authentic Japanese recipe and easy-to-follow video.
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Get ready to impress friends and family with our easy-to-follow recipe and video for katsuobushi and broccoli salad, an authentic Japanese food recipe based on just two ingredients yet packing a flavor punch that will get you a standing ovation.
Seasonal cooking doesn’t get better than this spring cabbage with Japanese style curry recipe that brings one of the most authentic Japanese food recipes right onto your dinner table for everyone to enjoy!
Sweet and delicious, oshiruko is a red bean paste and rice mochi based Japanese winter seasonal favorite. Use this simple recipe and video guide to make oshiruko for your friends or family.
When cooking Japanese food in season, choose carrots and mung bean sprouts for the month of January. They add plenty of flavor to a wide variety of traditional Japanese dishes, as well as nutrition and health benefits.
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.
Sweet and savory at the same time, datemaki is a umami rich traditional Japanese recipe based on fishcakes and dashi stock that is often part of the traditional New Year’s festivities but can be made throughout the year as well.
Ozoni is a popular soup for Japanese New Year’s celebration. Each region has a different recipe, but Kansai style ozoni is one of the most popular ones! Learn how to make Kansai style ozoni with our recipe.
Ozoni is a popular soup with many ingredients, eaten during the New Years celebration. Each region has different takes on ozoni, with the Kanto region using simple dashi broths, chicken, and rectangular mochi!
Japanese sweet potatoes and candied chestnuts come together with a punch of umami in kuri kinton, a traditional New Year’s recipe that signifies wealth and prosperity in the future and can be prepared for many different occasions.