If you enjoy wagashi (Japanese confectionery) and wish to make them at home, this post shows you how to make Shiratama Dango that are found in many of these Japanese sweets. Chewy & gooey in texture, this type of mochi uses glutinous rice flour made from shiratamako or mochiko. Shiratama Dango (白玉団子) is a type […]
Used to make all types of jellies, puddings, and custards, Agar (or sometimes called agar agar) and Kanten (寒天) are a natural white gelatin obtained from algae. If you are vegetarian or vegan, this easy homemade agar recipe is a great alternative for you. What are Agar (Agar Agar) and Kanten? I have written detailed explanation […]
Making hard boiled eggs is easy if you follow these simple instructions for making the perfect hard boiled eggs at home.
How to make Usuyaki Tamago & Kinshi Tamago, they are thinly sliced egg for use in chirashi sushi.
Here are the simple instructions on how to make Japanese rice at home with a rice cooker.
I like to serve Hard Boiled Eggs and Soft Boiled Eggs with the meal like Ramen , Udon, and Japanese Curry Rice. This is how I make soft boiled eggs. Don’t want to miss a recipe? Sign up for the FREE Just One Cookbook newsletter delivered to your inbox! And stay in touch on Facebook, Google+, […]
Sushi Rice is steamed rice that’s flavored with vinegar-based seasonings and it’s only used for making sushi. If you are here looking for a recipe to make plain steamed rice, see my post on How to Make Rice. Here’s the video on How To Make Sushi Rice on my YouTube Channel! Enjoy! Don’t want to miss a recipe? Sign up […]
Do you like Shrimp Tempura and Ebi Fry and wonder why the shrimps are so straight? Shrimp Tempura Ebi Fry How do we make this signature shape? It’s very easy to do! I’ll show you how to do it in step by step tutorials here. Don’t want to miss a recipe? Sign up for the FREE […]
How to make Dashi Stock Recipe – Dashi is a simple and savory Japanese stock usually made from Kombu (kelp) and Katsuobushi (dried bonito flakes).
Here is the simple instruction on how to slice Tokyo Negi (Japanese long green onion) into Shiraga Negi (white thin strips) for garnishing as you see in the picture above. Don’t want to miss a recipe? Sign up for the FREE Just One Cookbook newsletter delivered to your inbox! And stay in touch on Facebook, […]