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.
Juicy and tender chicken glazed in a flavorful homemade sauce, this classic Chicken Teriyaki prepared in the authentic Japanese cooking method will be on your dinner routine. No bottled teriyaki sauce needed!
Crispy on the outside and filled with sweet red bean paste or custard cream on the inside, Imagawayaki is a popular street snack in Japan.
Learn how to make homemade custard cream (pastry cream) and use it as a filling for Dorayaki, Taiyaki, and Imagawayaki (Obanyaki)!
Sweet and savory tomato-based fried rice wrapped in a soft thin omelette, this western influenced Japanese dish Omurice or Omelette Rice is popular among Japanese people of all ages. Inspired by the Japanese drama – Midnight Diner.
Here are 15 popular Japanese salad recipes that you can enjoy year round! From refreshing carrot-ginger dressing to Japanese spinach salad in sesame sauce, you will love these healthy, easy-to-follow recipes.
Juicy deep-fried pork cutlet and runny egg cooked in a savory and sweet dashi broth and placed over hot steamed rice, this Baked Katsudon recipe will be your new favorite weeknight meal!
Simple and easy shoyu ramen with spicy chili bean paste, chicken stock, dashi stock. Top with soft boiled egg, fish cake, and homemade chashu.
Gyoza or potstickers are unbelievably easy to make. Best of all, they’re freezer-friendly, perfect for those busy weeknights!