Homemade chicken stock/broth slowly cooked with ginger, green onion, and garlic. The stock with gingery fragrance gives nice flavors to many Asian dishes and soups you make at home!
Japanese Ingredient Highlight: Shio koji (塩麹, 塩糀). A century-old natural seasoning used in Japanese cooking to marinate, tenderize, and enhance umami flavor of a dish. Learn more about this all-purpose seasoning. It’s been several years since Shio Koji (塩麹, 塩糀) experienced a huge resurgence in popularity as a versatile seasoning in Japan. This page is about shio […]
Flavorful homemade furikake recipe. Made with kombu and katsuobushi, this quintessential Japanese rice seasoning is fabulous on rice, onigiri, ramen, soup, salad, popcorn and more. Furikake is the nutty, crunchy and umami-packed Japanese seasoning that is used to season rice. Although it is primary called the rice seasoning, furikake is literally the salt and pepper in […]
Simple Syrup is a basic sugar-and-water syrup commonly used for making cocktail drinks. Generally, the ratio of sugar to water can range anywhere from 1:1 to 2:1. Simple syrup can be also used as a sweetener for tea and fruit juice like Watermelon Juice. Don’t want to miss a recipe? Sign up for the FREE […]
Clarified butter is great for sautéing and dipping seafood, by removing the milk solids it does not burn as easily as regular butter.
Easy homemade Japanese curry roux recipe with just 5 ingredients. Unsalted butter, all purpose flour, curry powder, garam masala, and cayenne pepper is all you need.
Learn how to make black sesame paste at home with these simple instructions.
Learn how to make anko sweet red bean paste from scatch. Step-by-step pictures included. Anko (あんこ, 餡), or sweet red bean paste, is used in many confectioneries in Japan. It is usually prepared by boiling azuki beans, sometimes mashing them, and then sweetening the paste with sugar. The most common types of read bean paste include […]