The Japanese celebrate the New Year Day with traditional New Year foods called Osechi Ryori (御節料理), here are some popular dishes.
Kanto Style (Eastern Japan) Ozoni recipe is typically made of clear dashi broth, toasted mochi, chicken, and seasonal green vegetable.
Homemade sweet, tangy and delightful yuzu marmalade. They are amazing in both hot and cold drinks as well as enhancing recipes like teriyaki sauce.
This delicious miso-based soup is enjoyed on New Years Day in Japan. Its flavor and ingredients vary by region and household.
Juicy and flavorful meat patties garnished with daikon and shiso leaves. Enjoy this Japanese Hambagu with a ponzu based sauce.
Otoro Sushi – Enjoy this prized part of the tuna two ways, seared and drizzled with yuzu juice or just with a bit soy sauce. Either way it melts in your mouth!
Refreshing and delightful sorbet to refresh your palate, super easy to make and irresistibly tasty with citrusy-floral essence of yuzu fruit.
Matsutake Suimono is a classic Japanese autumn soup with fragrant seasonal matsutake mushrooms, tofu and mitsuba herb in clear dashi broth.
Tender and sweet scallop sashimi (ホタテ) on top of sushi rice and garnished with spicy mayo and yuzu tobiko, what a treat!
Thinly sliced daikon and carrot strip pickled in a sweet vinegar sauce. Typically served as a Japanese New Years dish.
Sweet and refreshing homemade citrus flavored ice cream made with yuzu cha (marmalade).