Traditional dinner in Japan during the colder months is nabe, a Japanese hot pot dish comprised of a flavorful broth with simmering meats or fish and a large number of fresh vegetables.
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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.
Rice is an important ingredient in Japan, serving not just as a side dish at most traditional Japanese meals, but also as the main component of many flavorful Japanese rice dishes, not to mention snacks and desserts.
Made using either a salt or vinegar brine or a more involved fermentation process, Japanese tsukemono pickles can refer to a wide assortment of both vegetables and fruits, as well as seaweed, and exhibit a plethora of both flavors and colors.
Japanese pasta is a uniquely eastern take on the noodle dish. Whether you're looking for spaghetti that reminds you of the ocean or a savory blend of noodles, bacon and spinach, there are many Japanese pasta recipes to enjoy.
Inexpensive and informal, yakitori is most commonly eaten as a snack with drinks. However, these grilled skewers can also constitute a main course in Japanese cuisine.
Japanese curry is a delicious, unique take on a traditional dish. Whether you are hoping to learn more about Japanese food culture or try your hand at a new recipe, Japanese curry is a great place to start!
If you've ever wanted an alternative to store-bought miso paste, this recipe is for you. Find out all about miso technique, fermentation and all-natural ingredients here.
Not many people are aware of the differences between Japanese curry and Indian curry. But making a Japanese curry can be fairly easy, so long as you know the differences and what ingredients to use in the recipe.
This feature covers the tools, techniques and ingredients you need to make a bowl of ramen worthy of any authentic noodle shop. Step-by-step instructions, precise ingredient measurements and tips from the pros make the road to ramen nirvana easy.