After indulgence of Japanese New Year feast, Nanakusa Gayu (seven herb rice porridge) is eaten on January 7 to help our stomachs recover.
Simply simmered in dashi soy sauce and soaked overnight, this beautiful shrimp adds a bright color and delicious flavor to your Osechi Ryori.
Kazunoko (herring roe) simmered in dashi soy broth is a popular Japanese New Year feast. This prized delicacy symbolizes prosperous family and many offsprings.
Neiman Marcus Popovers with Strawberry Butter. These homemade airy popovers are light and fluffy in texture. Serve hot with the Strawberry Butter.
Sweet and flavorful smoothie made with pumpkin puree, Greek yogurt, pumpkin pie spice, and almond milk. Garnish with cinnamon.
Ogura Toast is a Nagoya specialty dish with warm toasted shokupan, topped with red bean paste, butter, and fresh whipped cream!
Melon Pan is a classic Japanese Kashi Pan, I’ll show you how to make this delightful treat either by hand kneading or with a stand mixer.
Spam Onigirazu is perfect for a quick meal or snack on the go, this delightful treat is made with eggs, rice, and classic spam.
A big hit in Japan in 2015, this delicious bulgogi onigirazu has Amazing Korean marinated beef, eggs, bean sprout, carrot, spinach, and shiitake mushroom wrapped with steamed rice and nori.
Tamagoyaki is Japanese rolled omelette with dashi and soy sauce, enjoyed during Japanese breakfast or as a bento item.
Anpan is my favorite Japanese bread and I absolutely can’t resist the soft bread wrapped around sweet and delicious anko (red bean paste).