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!
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.
These moist and delicious red bean pancake are great for breakfast or snack! If you love anything red bean, you’ll enjoy this new red bean treat!
Ogura Toast is a Nagoya specialty dish with warm toasted shokupan, topped with red bean paste, butter, and fresh whipped cream!
Love butter cookies? Then you’ll love these authentic home made Green Tea Cookies with Matcha powder and white chocolate.
Yatsuhashi is the most popular traditional Japanese sweet from Kyoto, you can make this delicious treat at home with just a few simple ingredients.
Anpan is my favorite Japanese bread and I absolutely can’t resist the soft bread wrapped around sweet and delicious anko (red bean paste).
Delicious and easy anko recipe (red bean paste) prepared in a pressure cooker just in a few easy steps. Use it as filling in your favorite Japanese sweets and desserts!
Mizu yokan with delightful chestnut inside red bean jelly, this easy and chilled Japanese sweet is perfect to enjoy on hot days.