Crisp yet tender with bursts of sweet and savory flavors, Kinpira Renkon, or Japanese Lotus Root Stir Fry, is a classic home-cooked side dish.
Flavorful salmon rolled up in kombu and tied with kanpyo (gourd strips), Salmon Kombu Roll is a traditional Japanese dish for the New Year. Representing the secrets of perennial youth and long life, you may be tempted to devour more than one of these exquisite appetizers.
Crispy on the outside and juicy tender meat on the inside, this delicious Gluten Free Karaage is for everyone, including ones with gluten intolerant.
Stuffed with sweet kabocha squash and miso eggplant, these Japanese dumplings Oyaki are popular snack in Nagano Prefecture located in central Japan.
Japanese twist on Burrata Crostini served with ikura and arugula. This creamy cheese works well with salty and savory red caviar. Add a bit of yuzu pepper for a pleasantly spicy kick.
Japanese pumpkin croquettes or kabocha korokke is our family’s fall favorite. Crispy on the outside and naturally sweet and savory on the inside, it’s like a party in your mouth! These croquettes will disappear in no time.
Crispy panko on the outside and delicious black forest ham on the inside, Ham Katsu is the simplest cutlet you can make with easy-to-get ingredients. Inspired by the Japanese drama – Midnight Diner.
Stuffed with a variety of fillings and flavors, Onigiri (Japanese Rice Balls) make an ideal quick snack and are a fun alternative to sandwiches for lunch.
Refreshing and spicy soba noodle salad with soba noodle tossed in a honey soy dressing, garnish with green onion and cilantro.
Gyoza or potstickers are unbelievably easy to make. Best of all, they’re freezer-friendly, perfect for those busy weeknights!