Chikuzen Ni is a traditional Japanese recipe that celebrates the New Year and the winter season by utilizing medicinal and immune boosting winter roots and vegetables to create a colorful and healthy meal!
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In Japan, people often cook with fresh, in-season ingredients. During the cold month of December, hakusai (nappa cabbage), kabu (turnips) and daikon radishes are the perfect accompaniments to many hearty and warming dishes.
American-style lamb chops meet Japanese flavors like kombucha and mustard mayonnaise in this fusion dish that will impress friends and family. Use our easy-to-follow recipe and video to create the perfect marinade and rich umami flavor.
Soups are an important part of Japanese food culture, but they are often overlooked. Here is an easy recipe for a ginger and onion spiced tuna, mushroom and onion dashi soup that's perfect for almost any season.
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.
Make an authentic Japanese simmered daikon radish with chicken soboro using our handy recipe. This dashi-broth-infused dish is simple yet elegant and packs a lot of flavor, making it perfect as a side or main dish for many different occasions.
15-year-old chef Josh Reisner is now establishing his own style in the ramen world. While receiving professional training with ramen masters, this teen chef is also dedicated to creating personal recipes and applying new ideas.
Heat up the winter months with this easy-to-follow recipe and video for a Napa Cabbage Cream Nabemono, a hearty traditional Japanese hot pot that is full of flavor and healthy goodness, and that will be enjoyed by the entire family or dinner party.
Stir-fry your taste buds to heaven with our authentic Japanese yaki udon video and recipe, a pork and garlic flavored noodle dish that will impress friends and family with its bold flavors and artistic presentation.
The month of November is when apples and spinach are both in season. There are a number of ways to utilize these ingredients in Japanese cuisine. And cooking fresh Japanese meals with these ingredients yields a lot of health benefits and flavor.