Popular street food from Osaka, Japan, Okonomiyaki is a savory version of Japanese pancakes that are great for using up a head of white cabbage. Serve with okonomiyaki sauce, Japanese mayonnaise or your favourite hot sauce.
You can make shoyu ramen as basic or as over-the-top as you would like. There can be any number of ingredients you can use, however, shoyu ramen typically has 3-4 components, including: Broth, Noodles, Protein and Vegetables. Choose your favorites!
Salmon with Sake Miso Yuzu Marinade
A zesty, umami-baked salmon dish using homemade sake miso marinade and plenty of lemons! This Japanese miso salmon recipe pairs well with veggies or over rice.
Α symphony of textures—crispy panko-breaded chicken cutlet, creamy curry sauce, and slightly sticky, beautifully translucent Japanese rice. Such a great combination!
Tender chicken with a deep, rich flavor from a simple marination in Teriyaki Sauce, allows the sauce to caramelize and coat the chicken in the skillet for a delicious finish!
Japanese Meatballs with Ponzu
Japanese meatballs are called niku-dango,which is a direct translation of meat (niku, 肉) ball (dango, 団子). They are deep fried, then coated in flavoursome sauce. Suitable for the whole family!
Goma Dare Japanese Sesame Sauce
A creamy, nutty, Japanese sesame sauce known as Goma Dare. It’s perfect for dipping pork and veggies in shabu shabu hot pot, drizzling over crisp salads or freshly cooked noodles. It’s usually served up beside a bowl of ponzu.
Crispy Spicy Edamame
We all know edamame, of course, as the beans you often order with sushi. But did you know that Edamame is also delicious as a crispy snack?
Yaki Udon Stir Fry
Stir fried udon is, without a doubt, one of our favorite meals to make during the week due to its ease of preparation and scrumptious taste. Yaki Udon is a stir-fried udon noodle dish from Japan that’s made with an assortment of vegetables and meat coated
Miso soup is a traditional Japanese soup made primarily of miso paste, dashi (broth), and additional ingredients such as vegetables, seaweed, and tofu. Miso soup is an important part of the macrobiotic diet.
Korokke is the Japanese name for a deep-fried dish originally related to a French dish, the croquette. Mashed potatoes mixed with vegetables are breaded with light and airy panko and deep-fried till golden brown and crispy.
When comes to chicken on a stick, the Japanese have their own best version known as Yakitori. The name translates directly to grilled chicken and anyone can easily make some really great-tasting yakitori at home!