japanese cuisine

  1. M

    Recipe Okonomiyaki -- savory Japanese pancakes

    There is nothing like okonomiyaki in Western cuisine and I see it (mis)translated as either "Japanese pizza" or "cabbage pancakes" but it doesn't have cheese and is never sweet. Essentially, okonomiyaki is a batter flavored with dashi that has a lot of cabbage mixed into it. It is then fried on...
  2. M

    Recipe Nabe Pockets: A new version of Japanese Hot Pot.

    This recipe has three steps: 1) Preparing the soup stock/broth 2) preparing the vegetables 3) cooking the nabe. It's very easy to do, but here is a link to the video so you can see it clearly: Nabe Pockets. (Note on what to expect: Each [Napa Cabbage] leaf is blanched before to make them...
  3. MBCreativeKitchen

    Recipe & Video Kabocha Squash Curry Potato Buns (Vegetarian Japanese Pumpkin Curry Potato Buns)

    Kabocha Squash Curry Potato Buns (Vegetarian Japanese Pumpkin Curry Potato Buns) American Thanksgiving is just around the corner. The time has come to introduce yourself to "Kabocha," a delicious Japanese squash with a flavor that is a sweet mix of sweet potato and pumpkin. If you enjoy savory...
  4. flyinglentris

    Recipe Chikinkatsu and Tonkatsu

    Chikinkatsu and Tonkatsu: Ingredients: 1) Chicken half breast - 1 NOTE: Chikinkatsu is breaded chicken breast. 2) Boneless pork cutlet - 1 NOTE: Tonkatsu is breaded pork cutlet. 3) Crushed bread crumbs - 1/8 cup 4) Panko bread crumbs - 1/8 cup 5) Egg - 1 6) Vegetable oil - 1/2 cup or as...
  5. Mountain Cat

    Recipe Chicken Heart Yakatori

    In Japan, you'll find yakatori skewered with just about any edible chicken part, including the heart. Unfortunately, in the US it is usually just the breast meat. My source recipe: NY Times: Yakatori Chicken with Ginger, Garlic and Soy Sauce In which the intrepid Times correspondent...
  6. Furikake Salmon Bowl

    Furikake Salmon Bowl

    Furikake Salmon Bowl
  7. Mountain Cat

    Recipe Tamagoyaki - A Japanese Rolled Omelet, Dashimaki Variant

    This recipe is derived from Tamagoyaki (Japanese Rolled Omelette) 玉子焼き, and I have taken the liberty of adding chopped scallops to this (as the author says it is often done to add seafood and a few other ingredients as desired). A while back I ordered a tomagoyaki skillet, but never got...
  8. flyinglentris

    Japanese Spices and Seasonings

    Japanese spices and seasonings are very unique in the world, except for black and white sesame seeds. The unique spices and seasonings are listed here (apologies, if I missed some). Wasabi - made from horse radish Gari - pickled ginger Miso - Fermented Soy product, often dried to a powder...
  9. Dry Udon Noodles

    Dry Udon Noodles

    Dry Udon Noodles
  10. Japanese Chilli Pepper

    Japanese Chilli Pepper

    Japanese Chilli Pepper
  11. Sushi Nori Seaweed

    Sushi Nori Seaweed

    Sushi Nori Seaweed
  12. M

    Recipe Oyakodon: a three-day masterpiece or a 15-minute wonder

    Three versions of oyakodon follow. The first is the most complex for Maximum Umami. The other two take no more than 20 minutes from start to finish. As usual, there’s a YouTube video that shows you all the steps. View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zm-1RUhZYXA For One Serving 1/2 cup of...
  13. Windigo

    Recipe Light Japanese Cheesecake

    I was craving cheesecake, so I made a diet proof version of a Japanese cheesecake without a biscuit base. Ingredients for 12 slices: 800 g Greek Yoghurt with zero % fat 100 g caster sugar 3 medium eggs Vanilla bean paste or essence as preferred A lined spring form of 25 cm diameter 1) Preheat...
  14. M

    Recipe & Video A simple yet elegant Japanese rice dish, Takikomi Gohan.

    This was a staple in university because I had no time to cook and no stomach for junk food. I would put everything in the rice cooker and have something warm to eat ready all day long. Here is a video so that you can easily understand: View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p9UCXQcRQdU...
  15. ForeverFoodieLove

    Recipe & Video Gleaming No-Hassle Japanese Milk Bread Dinner Rolls

    These Japanese Milk Bread Dinner Rolls are wonderfully soft, fluffy, and airy with a light and delicious taste. This is one of the easiest Milk Bread recipes you can find! No Hassles and perfect results! 😊 Ingredients The Dough 300 g All-Purpose Flour (or Bread Flour) 2.5 tbsp Sugar 180 g...
  16. Mountain Cat

    Recipe Japanese Onigirazu - Japanese Rice Sandwiches

    I discovered this idea quite by accident while surfing around on You Tube, and decided to create my own Onigirazu — basically sushi rice wrapped with a nori sheet to form a pocket, with whatever inside the rice that stirs your fancy. It’s something new in the world of Japanese eating, and so...
  17. Mountain Cat

    Recipe Breakfast in Japan: Oyakodon

    I derived this from J. Kenji Alt-Lopez's YouTube cooking videos he's putting up recently. Apparently, the term "oyakodon" relates to "parent and child" - the name sounds like a derivative of a prescription painkiller, however. The parent is chicken, the child is the egg. (The egg in this...
  18. C

    Recipe Sake Teriyaki Marinade

    This was last nights dinner. DH marinated chicken wings, and then grilled them. He then boiled the leftover marinade, and we used it to dip the wings. Very tasty with a slight tang. Sake Teriyaki Marinade 1/3 cup sake 1/4 cup reduced-sodium soy sauce 1/4 cup rice wine vinegar 1 TB. honey 2...
  19. J

    Japanese knife (or German)

    Hi. So im looking at spending a little bit of money...maybe £200 of 2-3 knives. Was very close to purchasing some Dalsrong knives from Amazon but a few reviews were very negative online, despite Amazons high reviews. Are these really bad option? im a keen home cook at best but want something to...
  20. pinkcherrychef

    What is your favorite Japanese dish?

    One of my favorite cuisines besides middle Eastern food is Japanese food. On this thread I would like us to discuss our favorite Japanese dish. Tell us why you like it and what makes it so special? Perhaps you don't have a favorite but you have a recipe you really want to try out. Tell us why...
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