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I really think this goes down as one of my better and favorite recipes. Every time I make it for people young or old I get the greatest response. The best part is its so easy to prepare and you probably already have a lot of the ingredients in your fridge
Cold Soba Noodles
A quick tofu dish perfect for any occasion MAKING 1. On a plate place the tofu pieces. 2. Top it with green onion and ginger. 3. Pour soy sauce on tofu. SERVING 4. Serve hiyayakko tofu with sushi roll.
One of the best ways to eat gobo in Japan is to make a kinpira. In this recipe Sarah experiments with the traditional gobo kinpira recipe by adding parsnip to it. Healthy flavorful and very filling this Japanese dish is very popular back home. So if you are
#1260 Kinpira Parsnip
GETTING READY 1. Cut tuna and avocado into cubes as shown in the video. MAKING 2. In a large bowl add brown sugar sherry cooking wine and soy sauce. Mix until sugar dissolves. 3. Drop tuna and avocado cubes in it. Mix SERVING 4. Serve tuna avocado mix on top
Tuna Avocado Mix
Want to try a dish that blends both nutrition and taste Nutritious Japanese Stir fried Mushrooms would not only be a hit with mushroom lovers but would also be beneficial for patients who are recovering from chemotherapy. A light yet filling side dish this can
Japanese-Style Mixed Mushroom Stir-Fry
Uni Spaghetti is an awesome Japanese dish. The main ingredient of this recipe is Uni popularly known as sea urchin. Its delicate creamy and sweet flavor makes the dish unforgettable. Just take a look at the recipe. Its amazing what can be done when you have
Japanese Sea Urchin Spaghetti - Uni Spaghetti
Delicious and easy to prepares soup GETTING READY 1. Chop potatoes onion and pumpkin. MAKING 2. In a saucepan boil Shirataki noodles. 3. In a saucepan over medium heat heat oil and saut ginger. 4. Add chicken and stir well until it is white. 5. Add onion and
How to Make Oishii Nikujaga (Meat Potato Stew with Pumpkin) for Halloween
Quick easy and healthy dish GETTING READY 1. Preheat oven to 380 degree F. MAKING 2. On a baking sheet place sweet potato and pop it in oven. 3. Bake for 20 30 minutes or until when chopstick inserted comes out clean. SERVING 4. Serve yaki imo hot with butter.
What about making a crazy Salad for this weekend. This salad Recipe is so hearty that you can enjoy it as an entr e by adding some whole grain bread or a tasty tofu spread. Definitely something to have on after a long days work . A delicious Fall salad of
Kabocha Salad with Sweet Pepito Vinaigrette
Today we have 1 onion two small carrots 1 negi and one eggplant. Let s see what we can do with it. GETTING READY 1. Cut up the onion carrots negi and eggplant. MAKING 2. Put some olive oil into a frying pan. 3. Add the onions soy sauce rosemary and pepper.
MAKING 1. In a bowl put cooked rice and sprinkle rice seasoning on it. Mix well to combine. 2. Now open fried bean curd like pocket and fill it with flavored rice. 3. Fold the bottom and place it on serving platter. SERVING 4. Serve inarizushi with sushi.
Inarizushi (Pouch of Fried Tofu with Sushi Rice)
MAKING 1.In a small bowl take rice and top it up with ochazuke mix. 2.Pour hot water in bowl. SERVING 3.Serve ocha tzuke immediately.
When you find fresh soy beans the best way to cook them is by making wasabi Soy beans. The chef in the video has this simple recipe where she boiled the beans in water and serves it with a simple wasabi sauce made with different sauces like tamari brown rice
Detox: Japanese Wasabi Soy Beans
Japanese Nasu Dengaku is a real winner when it comes to grilled eggplant dishes. Take a look at this video for the details of this recipe. A nice way to include eggplant in your daily meals. In this episode of A Cooking Video I will show you how to make Nasu
This thing looks like an alligator. But it s not. It s goya. The other day I had some goya for the first time in ages. GETTING READY 1. First scoop out the inside of the Goya and then slice it. 2. Then cut up some garlic mushrooms and some aburaage. MAKING 3.
Do you like brussels sprouts Apparently the reason why many people say they dislike them is because theyve only tried them when theyre overcooked. MAKING 1. Place the brussels sprouts in the steamer. 2. Steam them for 5 minutes and then remove and cut it into
When your tongue craves for a spicy zesty zingy blast just stream this video once. Sarah shares with her viewers an extremely tantalizing okra recipe that is pepped up with crackling spices. A lip smacking side dish any day Deep fried okara balls with lots of
No now need to go to the restaurants. You can make the famous Japanese Katsu sauce right in your own kitchen with very less ingredients. Check the recipe detail. Katsu is a favorite Japanese dish by many. Katsu is NOT katsu without the sauce This recipe will
Japanese Katsu Sauce
Tofu cooked with onion and carrots seasoned with wasabi leaves and ginger. GETTING READY 1. Cut up the onion carrot wasabi leaves ginger and tofu. MAKING 2. Cook the onions and the ginger with some sesame oil and some chilli. 3. Add some soy sauce the carrot
Did you know that a dash of pesto could transform the blandest of all dishes into a sizzling treat And the good thing is that they are delightfully easy to make too. Sarah tosses in basil pine nuts olive oil garlic salt and pepper to blend a sumptuous pesto
Recently I met a woman in Niseko who makes the most delicious bread. Its called Ramacipan. She kindly agreed to show me how to make it one day. The week before filming this Id tried some of her pecan and maple syrup bread which was amazing so I decided Id like
To make natto p man you need green peppers nira and natto. GETTING READY 1. First cut the green peppers in half and take out the seeds. 2. Then cut the nira. MAKING 3. In a bowl put nira and soy sauce into the natto and mix. 4. Then put the natto inside the
Natto P Man
The classic kinpira gobo is a medley of different flavors ranging from spicy to salty and sweet. This crunchy stir fried vegetable dish can make for a wonderful side veggie. Very easy to make and great to taste Sarah shows you how you can stir up a quick
#123 Kinpira Gobo
To make Miso Eggplant first you need to invite your friends from Aichi to come and stay and hope they bring some of this delicious sweet red miso with them. GETTING READY 1. Cut the eggplant into half. MAKING 2. Heat sesame oil in a pan. 3. Add the eggplant
Delicious Miso Eggplant
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