Master the art of cooking with leftover food by whipping up our curry pan, a popular Japanese snack made by stuffing curry into tasty little bread balls. These make perfect appetizers as well!
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Freshly harvested edamame beans meet the crispy goodness of deep fried rice in this classic traditional Japanese food recipe from the Akita prefecture of Japan. Make some today with our easy-to-follow recipe and video!
Master the art of creating a melt-in-your-mouth chashu style pork, the perfect topping for fresh restaurant-style ramen, with our braised pork belly chashu and roasted pork shoulder chashu recipes.
Warm up the entire family with our easy-to-follow authentic Japanese recipe and video for Hokkaido-style miso and pork ramen noodles. Its fresh ginger, garlic, and soy sauce that will have everyone clapping for seconds.
Make upgraded Shoyu (Soy Sauce) and Tonkotsu broth ramen with our exclusive fresh restaurant-style ramen kits from Hakubaku, the leader in authentic Japanese noodle and healthy grain products for you and your family.
Make delicious white chocolate chip cookies with matcha green tea powder with our easy to follow recipe and video. Chewy, sweet and full of powerful antioxidants, these cookies will be the star of the dinner party!
Steaming udon noodles served with ginger lamb balls and wasabi is a great traditional Japanese food recipe for the winter. Prepared by home chef Naoko but easy to make in your home kitchen, this warming soup will be a hit with friends and family.
In the month of February, both onions and avocados are in season in Japan. Serving as both garnishes and main ingredients, they are a great way to enhance a dish and improve your health at the same time.
Celebrate the blossoming of the spring season with friends and family by making ehomaki, a traditional healthy Japanese recipe for sushi roll meant to bring good luck and fortune to your home!
Sweet and juicy strawberries meet the chewy goodness of mochi in this healthy Japanese food recipe that is based on seasonal cooking and can be used as a sweet snack with afternoon tea or an exotic dessert.