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.
Creamy with a natural mild sweetness, Amazake or sweet sake is a popular Japanese hot drink during the New Year’s. Made with rice koji, it is also a healthy drink to improve your immune system.
With just a handful of ingredients and 15 minutes, this Warm Mushrooms Salad with Sesame Dressing can jazz up your dinner any night of the week.
Simple decorative touches on a vegetable can transform a dish from ordinary to special. These pickled chrysanthemum turnips will bring your Osechi Ryori game to the next level. And you only need some basic cutting techniques!
Yellowtail Teriyaki, or Buri no Teriyaki, is a classic fish dish in Japan. Simple and elegant with the perfect glaze of teriyaki sauce.
Encased in thin wheat flour dough, filled with sweeten red bean paste, and steamed to perfection, Manju is a classic Japanese confectionery (wagashi). When you crave for a little sweet treat, these dumplings along with a cup of hot green tea will hit the spot!
Salmon in Foil is a perfect dish for a busy weeknight meal! Light yet flavorful and DELICIOUS, this recipe is quick and simple to make, taking no more than 20 minutes from start to finish.
We came up with some really festive Japanese desserts, from most popular Japanese desserts to wagashi (Japanese confectionery) that will impress your guests!
Cooked in savory dashi broth seasoned with soy sauce and sake, this classic Japanese Simmered Kabocha Squash makes a great healthy side dish that is chock-full of nutrients.
Creamy, rich, and bursting with bold matcha flavors, this irresistible matcha tiramisu consists matcha soaked ladyfingers layered with a light and airy mascarpone custard filling. It’s a classic tiramisu dessert with Japanese twist!