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Shoyu (Soy Sauce) Ramen Broth

Recipe: Shoyu (Soy Sauce) Ramen Broth

Classically, ramen chefs added shoyu broth to chicken and pork ramen, but it's not uncommon now to find it in tonkotsu and beef broths. You want a prominent soy flavor in shoyu, so don't hesitate to add more tare or soy sauce to taste.

Shio (Salt) Ramen Broth

Recipe: Shio (Salt) Ramen Broth

For best quality in shio broth, use either homemade chicken stock and dashi or low-sodium or sodium-free stock and dashi. Shio gets its saltiness from tare, a core element of Japanese soups.

Curry Rice with Spoon

All About Karē-Raisu — The Other Asian Curry

You'll find everything you need to make Japan's number one comfort food, karē-raisu, Japanese curry. Here you'll learn what makes prepared Japanese curry roux special and how to make your own Japanese curry at home without a recipe.

Dashi

Recipe: Dashi (Japanese Soup Stock)

You find dashi used as often in Japanese cuisine as much as you find chicken stock used in Western cooking. Master the basis of Japanese cooking and explore the world of Umami.

Condiments-for-Japanese-Cooking

The 5 Must-Have Condiments for Japanese Cooking

Japanese cuisine has a flavor that is distinct from American food. A secret to that is a group of condiments used in Japanese cooking. Learn those essential condiments and start experimenting new Japanese recipes in your own kitchen.