Osechi Ryori

Celebrate Japanse New Year with our delicious collection of Osechi Ryori recipes, featuring salmon kombu rolls, kuromame, datemaki and more.

A rice bowl containing Sekihan (Red Bean Rice).

Japanese New Year Food (Osechi Ryori)

Ozoni 2 Ways (Kanto & Kansai Style)

A black and gold lacquered bowl containing Japanese New Year Soup Ozoni.

Ozoni お雑煮 (Japanese New Year Mochi Soup – Kanto Style)

Kanto Style (Eastern Japan) Ozoni recipe is typically made of clear dashi broth, toasted...
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Ozoni お雑煮 (Japanese New Year Mochi Soup – Kansai Style)

This delicious miso-based soup is enjoyed on New Years Day in Japan. Its flavor...

How to Make Mochi at Home

How to Make Mochi with a Stand Mixer (Homemade Mochi) お餅の作り方

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Make Your Osechi with Your Instant Pot

Two bowls containing fine and chunky sweet red bean paste (anko).

Pressure Cooker Anko (Red Bean Paste) 粒あん・こしあん (圧力鍋)

Delicious and easy anko recipe (red bean paste) prepared in a pressure cooker just...
A blue Japanese bowl containing Nishime, simmered vegetables and chicken.

Instant Pot Nishime 煮しめ (圧力鍋)

Simmered in a savory dashi based sauce, Nishime is a classic one-pot vegetable stew...
Sweet black soybeans garnished with a gold leaf in Japanese red and gold dishes.

Instant Pot Kuromame 黒豆 (圧力鍋)

These jewel-like, sweet black soybeans called Kuromame, are a classic Osechi dish enjoyed during...

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Sukiyaki Recipe (Video) すき焼き

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A rice bowl containing Sekihan (Red Bean Rice).

Sekihan (Red Bean Rice) (Video) 赤飯

Traditional Japanese rice recipe enjoyed during celebrations, sweet rice cooked with red bean and...
A Japanese ceramic bowl containing simmered chicken and vegetables.

Chikuzenni (Nishime) – Simmered Chicken and Vegetables 筑前煮

Classic Japanese nimono dish cooked with chicken, shitake mushrooms, lotus root, konnyaku, taro, and...
Sweet black soybeans garnished with a gold leaf in Japanese red and gold dishes.

Instant Pot Kuromame 黒豆 (圧力鍋)

These jewel-like, sweet black soybeans called Kuromame, are a classic Osechi dish enjoyed during...
A black bowl containing Namasu (Japanese Daikon and Carrot Salad).

Namasu (Daikon and Carrot Salad) 紅白なます

Thinly sliced daikon and carrot strip pickled in a sweet vinegar sauce. Typically...
A Kamadosan (Japanese donabe) containing Tai Meshi (Japanese Sea Bream Rice) garnished with julienned ginger.

How to Make Tai Meshi with Leftover Baked Sea Bream 鯛飯

Flavored by a savory broth extracted from sea bream bone, this Japanese Sea Bream...
A lacquer tray containing a whole Japanese Baked Sea Bream.

Japanese Baked Sea Bream 鯛の姿焼き

Seasoned with salt and baked till crisp on the skin and juicy inside, this...
Koshian (fine red bean paste) and Tsubuan (chunky red bean paste).

How To Make Anko (Red Bean Paste) 餡子

Making Sweet Red Bean Paste (Anko) from scratch is easier than you think. You...
Amazake (Fermented Japanese Rice Drink) in a Japanese bizen cup.

Amazake (Fermented Japanese Rice Drink) 甘酒

Creamy with a natural mild sweetness, Amazake or sweet sake is a popular Japanese...
Fresh homemade mochi made with a stand mixer.

How to Make Mochi with a Stand Mixer (Homemade Mochi) お餅の作り方

Make fresh homemade mochi using a stand mixer! Stuff the mochi with your favorite...
A blue Japanese bowl containing Nishime, simmered vegetables and chicken.

Instant Pot Nishime 煮しめ (圧力鍋)

Simmered in a savory dashi based sauce, Nishime is a classic one-pot vegetable stew...
A white and red Japanese bowl containing Kuromame, sweet black soybeans, topped with gold leaf for the Japanese new year's celebration.

Kuromame (Sweet Black Soybeans) 黒豆

The shiny black beans called Kuromame (Sweet Black Soybeans) are served on New Years...
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