Looking for a new way to serve up the versatile, Omega-rich salmon? Try this tender and succulent Miso Butter Salmon pan-fried in a delicious savory sauce. Cooking time from start to finish is less than 30 minutes!
Marinated in saikyo miso and baked to perfection, Black Cod with Miso is a beautiful seafood dish you can pull off at home. With its delicate and buttery texture, the Miso Cod simply melts in your mouth.
Often tucked in sushi rolls or served over rice bowl, this Spicy Tuna is a versatile recipe that you can make into a meal, appetizer, or canapés. With a few simple ingredients, you can prepare this popular Spicy Tuna recipe in 15 minutes!
Kitsune Udon is a Japanese noodle soup in dashi broth, topped with seasoned fried tofu, narutomaki fish cake, and scallions. This hearty Udon soup is one of the most popular, classic Japanese noodle dishes.
Avocado & Negitoro Don is a delicious Japanese tuna rice bowl, rich in protein and healthy fats. It’s a quick, no-nonsense recipe to prepare and enjoy on a busy weeknight!
Experience the warmest communal dining at home with this incredibly flavorful Japanese Monkfish Hot Pot called Anko Nabe. You’ll be blown away by the rich soup broth, and all the fun involved in cooking and eating together. It’s one of our family’s most favorite meals in winter months!
Japanese Fried Oysters or Kaki Fry (Furai) are one of the popular oyster dishes in Japan during fall and winter. To enjoy the tasty briny morsel at home, juicy oysters are panko-coated, deep-fried until golden brown and served with homemade tartar sauce. They are simply heavenly!
A Taste of Hiroshima: Grilled Oysters with Ponzu Sauce. These plump, juicy oysters with citrus ponzu sauce will get it off to a good start of the meal!
Two Japanese fish cakes (Kamaboko), seven beautiful designs! Make ordinary fish cake into decorative designs on this Oshogatu (Japanese New Year)!
Cross over into the New Year with a piping hot bowl of soba noodle soup – a tradition called Toshikoshi Soba. It’s a simple Japanese noodle dish to melt away the hardship of the past year and welcome the journey ahead.