Packed with filling traditional Japanese dishes like chicken karaage and ham and green pepper kinpira, this winter season bento box is a tasty and healthy way to make sure you and your loved ones get great nutrients!
Category - Main Dish
Using high-quality Echizen miso from Japan, we will show you how to create a flavor-rich salmon and potato stew perfect for the winter-time. Full of umami flavor and warming to the soul, this is comfort food that will please the entire dinner party.
Packed with delicious and authentic Japanese treats like salmon saikyo yaki and Japanese omelets, this autumn seasonal bento box is the perfect companion for a picnic out in the sunny yet crisp weather.
Soy sauce, mirin, and sake mixed in the golden ratio are the key to the secret sauce behind this yummy and authentic Ginger Pork Shogayaki. Learn how to make this quick and easy dish at home with our recipe and video.
Making Japanese-style BBQ cannot be easier with Maruman’s miso marinade. Make miso flavored chicken wings, salmon or stir fried veggies with our easy recipes and accompanying video. You will be surprised at how well miso enhances the flavor of all...
Ebi mayo is a popular traditional Japanese appetizer that you may have tried at an authentic izakaya bar. Now you can make them right in the comfort of your home kitchen with our easy-to-follow recipe and video.
Learn how to make wafu sauces and dressings that transform regular items like steak into full Japanese style flavorful dishes that will have your friends and families jumping out of their dinner seats and giving you a standing ovation.
Miso, mirin, and sake provide the flavor-rich marinade base for Salmon Saikyo Yaki, an authentic Japanese food recipe that is popular in restaurants all over the world and now can be created in four easy steps right in your home kitchen.
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!
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.