Category: Japanese Food

Japanese Donburi

Chicken stir fry is a classic chicken dish and you can make a Chinese stir fry, a Japanese stir fry or even a Thai style chicken recipes. The ingredients for each of these would be different, of course. If you are making a Chinese chicken stir-fry recipe you might like to use a readymade Chinese …

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Japanese Crockpot Recipes

Although Japanese recipes are often made on a hot plate or wok, some of them are perfectly suited to slow cooking. For example, a stir fry is best if you make it in a wok; turn the heat up high and keep the ingredients moving to make them tender yet still with a hint of …

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Japanese Ginger Salad Dressing Recipe – Easy to Make!

Most foods taste better when mixed with the proper flavoring or dressing. Be it a main dish or simply, an appetizer, nothing beats a good food with an equally good dressing. An ordinary steak becomes extraordinaire when served with a flavorsome sauce. Fruits like strawberry work better with dips like whipped cream or chocolate. Salad, …

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Recipe for Sushi Rice Salad

There are many types of rice salad. In general, rice salad has a thin dressing, rice, and vegetables combined. You may have something simple like white rice, cucumbers, and vinaigrette, or you can have something more complex with sun-dried tomatoes, walnuts, papaya and feta cheese. You can combine almost anything together in a rice salad …

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Japanese Fish Recipes

Fish is very popular in Japan and there are lots of different types to choose from. Contrary to popular belief, it is not always eaten raw there. In fact, there are some wonderful cooked seafood recipes you might like to make yourself. The following sweet and sour fish recipe, for example, has an amazing flavor. …

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Shoyu Chicken Recipe

Shoyu chicken is a classic Japanese dish. Shoyu is quite salty and strong and if you use too much it can overpower the flavor of the dish and toughen whichever meat you are using so take care when using it. The following recipe is easy to make and the bird is cooked in its skin …

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Top 7 Bizarre Japanese Foods – Eat Them or Leave Them!

Japanese cuisine has been heavily exported around the world, with Japanese restaurants popping up on a daily basis in the Western world. Sushi is arguably the most well known Japanese dish, and most restaurants indeed end up being centered around it. Throughout my blog I’ve been introducing you to many alternative dishes and praising the …

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Okonomiyaki – The Japanese Pancake That Has it All

An attractive, prosperous and busy city, Hiroshima is the home to a plethora of sightseeing destinations and so attracts thousands of travelers from all over the world. Your visit to Hiroshima, Japan is incomplete without enjoying several of its regional food specialties. Okonomiyaki, literally meaning “fry what you like,” is the most flavorsome item of …

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Japanese Breakfast of Champions

If you want to live past 50, better lay down your spoon and flush the cereal down the drain. Throw out all the Pop-tarts while you are at it. Japan boasts an average life expectancy of 82.6 years, and it all starts out with breakfast. Modern Japanese breakfast has become somewhat similar to Western cultures, …

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The Eternal Battle – Shabu-Shabu Vs Yakiniku

Popularly known as the ‘Land of Rising Sun’, Japan is a vibrant country that offers infinite options for eager holidaymakers and adventurous travelers. As I have always claimed, the most important aspect of Japanese travel is its huge culinary variety. Many scrumptious dishes of this country are popular across the world for their amazing flavor …

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