This is a fancier version of oden – Japanese fish cake stew – with a richer, heartier broth made from a combination of oxtail and dashi. Once you make this very flavorful Oxtail Oden recipe, it’s hard to go back to the simple version anymore!
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.
Simple and easy shoyu ramen with spicy chili bean paste, chicken stock, dashi stock. Top with soft boiled egg, fish cake, and homemade chashu.
Beef udon is a Japanese comfort dish made of tender sliced beef seasoned and stir fried on top of warm udon noodle in a savory dashi broth.
Warm soba noodle in a delicate katsuo kombu dashi and topped with shrimp tempura, kamaboko, and sliced scallion.
Tender komaboko stuffed with shiso leaf and topped with delicate ikura (salmon roe).
Sweet rolled omelette made of egg and hanpen, typically served as part of osechi ryori during Japanese New Years celebration.
Comforting Japanese winter food with fish cakes, egg, octopus, and fish balls in a flavorful dashi. It tastes even better the second day.
Taiwanese hot pot is cooked in a flavored chicken broth. The cooked food is dipped in the special dipping sauce made with Taiwanese satay sauce, sesame oil, soy sauce, and vinegar.