Delicious Japanese Soy Milk Hot Pot recipe with napa cabbage, mushrooms, and thinly sliced pork cooked in a creamy and savory soy milk broth.
Chirashi Sushi is served on happy occasions and at parties in Japan. This bright and colorful dish is made of sushi rice with a variety of vegetables mixed in, and toppings sprinkled over the top.
Flavorful vegan soup created originally as a Buddhist temple cuisine (精進料理) with root vegetables and shiitake and kombu stock.
Colorful side dishes make the meal more appetizing, enjoy these simple Japanese side dishes by themselves or together with the main dish.
Classic Japanese nimono dish cooked with chicken, shitake mushrooms, lotus root, konnyaku, taro, and burdock root in a savory dashi stock.
Classic Japanese side dish, boiled spinach marinated in light soy and garnished with bonito flakes. Very simple and quick to prepare.
Simple Japanese stir fry vegetable dish with julienned burdock root and carrot in soy sauce.
Kakiage Don – Deep fried golden vegetables with shrimp, crunchy veggie tempura with carrot, sweet potato, and gobo with homemade sauce over rice.
Takikomi Gohan is a Japanese rice dish seasoned with soy sauce. In Japan, depending on season, we add different kinds of vegetable, meat, and mushrooms so you get extra nutrition instead of just plain white rice. People are always creative in regards to the ingredients they put in. If you are tired of just plain rice, I hope you will add this recipe to your repertoire.
Tonjiru is the perfect miso soup to enjoy on a cold and rainy day. The thick broth with pork belly and vegetable warms you up right away at that first sip. Try the Tonjiru recipe and show your friends a new kind of miso soup.