The Japanese celebrate the New Year Day with traditional New Year foods called Osechi Ryori (御節料理), here are some popular dishes.
Classic Kitsune Udon in dashi soup topped with Aburaage (deep fried tofu pouch) that has been cooked in a sweet and salty sauce.
Light, spongy and airy with nice fragrance from earl grey tea, this delightful Earl Grey Chiffon Cake is a perfect dessert for your afternoon tea!
Crispy and delicious homemade tempura with Japanese sweet potato, Kabocha squash, lotus root, mushrooms, and Shiso.
Making these soft, light, spongy Japanese steamed cake (Mushi-pan) is super easy, enjoy them as a healthy breakfast or after-school snack. Choose savory or sweet based on the ingredients you use.
The Masala Chai is delicious Indian milk tea made with a blend of spices such as cardamom and ginger. There are many versions of this tea, but this recipe is from my Indian neighbor who became one of my best friends.
Rich and smooth Nama Chocolate made with chocolate & fresh cream, this ROYCE’s copycat is one of the most popular gifts from Japan.
Chinese Almond Cookies are simple, crisp, buttery, and full of almond flavor. It’s a perfect treat to make for Chinese New Year!
Love butter cookies? Then you’ll love these authentic home made Green Tea Cookies with Matcha powder and white chocolate.
Chewy mochi with sweet anko filling is simply delectable! Mix in the aroma of cherry blossom leaves and the experience is simply amazing!