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Netflix Midnight Diner: Tokyo Stories – Season 2 Recipes

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  •  Here are the recipes you need from Netflix’s Midnight Diner: Tokyo Stories – Season 2! Cook your beloved Japanese diner foods, enjoy the show and relive your fondest memories in Japan. 

    Netflix Midnight Diner Tokyo Stories Diner Food Recipes

    Last year we hosted a most adventurous cooking event where readers were invited to make every dish showcased in the Midnight Diner: Tokyo Stories (Season 1). The challenge received quite a buzz and we had readers sending in requests for the next season already. So we’re back again this year. Here, you can find every dish that is featured on Midnight Diner: Tokyo Stories (Season 2) from Episode 1-10 to cook along with.

    There will be chicken fried rice, salmon & mushrooms, plum rice ball, tamagoyaki, and even instant curry ramen to savor. Whether you’re about to start the show or already finished the entire season, we hope you have fun trying them out.

    Let’s Cook, Eat & Watch! 

    PS: We’re still putting together the recipes for the last two episodes. Once they are ready, we’ll update them here. Please check back later.

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    Discover Japanese Diner’s Food – Midnight Diner: Tokyo Stories (Season 2)

    Episode 1 – Chicken Fried Rice

    Chicken fried rice served on a white plate, scooped on the spoon.

    This popular Chicken Fried Rice is a western-style rice dish cooked with sweet and tangy ketchup-based sauce. It brings a nostalgic vibe to many Japanese and it’s kid-friendly!

    Episode 2 – Chicken Cheese Katsu

    A white ceramic plate containing chicken cheese katsu served with shredded cabbage and cherry tomato.

    A much tastier Japanese version of chicken tender, this Chicken Cheese Katsu is filled with melt-in-your-mouth molten cheese and coated with extra crunchy panko breadcrumbs.

    Episode 3 – Plum Rice Ball

    Plum rice balls on a light green plate served with nori seaweed.

    These delicious plum rice balls are made with fluffy Japanese rice, chopped pickled plums, and sesame seeds. It’s savory, nutty, and tangy at the same time. We recommend making the rice balls for your ‘Japanese drama night’ in the backyard!

    Episode 4 – Fried Chicken Wings

    A platter of fried chicken wings garnished with lemon and green salad.

    Fried chicken wings are a classic appetizer to serve for a casual get-together or movie night. Learn the simple tips to cook them right from your kitchen!

    Episode 5 – Yakisoba Pan (Yakisoba Dog)

    Yakisoba Pan (Yakisoba Dog) served in a baking tray.

    Savory stir-fried noodles in a hot dog bun? Oh yes, this ultimate combo is going to satisfy when you are extra hungry.

    Episode 6 – Salmon & Mushrooms

    A plate containing Salmon in Foil with ponzu sauce on the side.

    Light yet flavorful, this Salmon & Mushrooms recipe is a great dish for a busy weeknight meal. All you have to do is toss a few ingredients into a foil, wrap it up like a parcel, and steamed over in a frying pan. A healthy dinner is done in 20 minutes!

    Episode 7  – Kitsune Udon

    A dark bowl containing Kitsune Udon Noodle Soup.

    With a soothing, slurp-worthy broth, this udon noodle soup is one of the most classic Japanese noodle dishes you can enjoy year-round.

    Episode 8 – Curry Ramen

    A ramen bowl containing Curry Ramen -a dish inspired by Netflix "Midnight Diner: Tokyo Stories" Season 2.

    Have you tried instant ramen with leftover curry? The Master in Midnight Diner shows us how to put together a bowl of comforting noodle that looks just as good or maybe better than a take-out.

    Episode 9-10 – Coming soon. Please stay tuned for the recipes!

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    JOC Cooking Challenge – Midnight Diner: Tokyo Stories (Season 2)

    Leave a comment below if you’ll be joining us in this Season 2 cooking challenge! We’d love to know which is your favorite episode, why, and which recipe(s) you’d make.

    In case you missed, here is the recipe roundup for Season 1.

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