After indulgence of Japanese New Year feast, Nanakusa Gayu (seven herb rice porridge) is eaten on January 7 to help our stomachs recover.
The Japanese celebrate the New Year Day with traditional New Year foods called Osechi Ryori (御節料理), here are some popular dishes.
Zaru Soba (Cold Soba Noodles) is one of the most popular Japanese dish to enjoy on hot summer days and its very easy to prepare.
Perfectly cooked medium rare sous vide steak with a hint of garlic, served wafu (和風) style with refreshing grated daikon and ponzu on top.
Enjoy crispy and savory gluten free tempura at home, this easy recipe is perfect for vegetables and seafood and the resulting batter is simply amazing.
Do you love hot pot with creamy soup? Then you’ll definitely love this creamy and savory soy milk hot pot with vegetables and sliced pork.
When I visited Hokkaido, one of the dish I look forward to enjoying in sushi restaurants is Sanpeijiru. This salted salmon soup is absolutely delicious and perfect for a cold winter day.
Tamagoyaki is Japanese rolled omelette with dashi and soy sauce, enjoyed during Japanese breakfast or as a bento item.
Eggplant Agebitashi is Japanese eggplant deep fried and soaked in a flavorful dashi broth, topped with grated daikon and ginger.
Melt in your mouth pressure cooker short rib is simply amazing, marbled boneless short rib cooked with daikon and carrots in a savory sauce.
Delicious chicken wing cooked in a savory soy sauce dashi with daikon, the slow cooker makes the meat simply fall off the bones.