The Japanese celebrate the New Year Day with traditional New Year foods called Osechi Ryori (御節料理), here are some popular dishes.
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!
We came up with some really festive Japanese desserts, from most popular Japanese desserts to wagashi (Japanese confectionery) that will impress your guests!
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!
With a savory curry filling, a chewy, springy texture, and a light coating of crispy panko, Japanese Curry Bread – or Kare Pan – is the star of pastries at Japanese bakery shops. If you are a huge fan of Japanese curry, you have to make this insanely delicious bread bun at home.
Crispy on the outside and juicy tender meat on the inside, this delicious Gluten Free Karaage is for everyone, including ones with gluten intolerant.
Fluffy sponge cake rolled up with fresh matcha cream in the middle, this Matcha Swiss Roll will be an instant favorite this holiday season!
Tender sweet kabocha, umami mushrooms, and macaroni in a creamy béchamel sauce baked until crispy golden, Japanese Kabocha Gratin is the ultimate comfort food!
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.