5 Best Japanese Salad Dressing Recipes
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by JapaneseCooking101
22h ago
If you ever wonder where you can get the kind of salad dressings that are served at every Japanese steakhouse or restaurant, these recipes are perfect for you to try. While there are some bottled Japanese dressings available at grocery stores, they are not exactly the same as restaurant-style dressings. You may be surprised that these dressings are so easy to make at home with simple and fresh ingredients. Hope you try them soon! Carrot Ginger Dressing Carrot Ginger Dressing is the dressing used in many Japanese restaurants in the US.  The more American the restaurants are, the more like ..read more
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Vegetable Korokke Recipe
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by JapaneseCooking101
4d ago
Vegetable Korokke (野菜コロッケ) is a deep-fried dish consisting of mashed potato and vegetables with a crispy outer layer of Panko bread crumbs. While our regular Korokke typically include meat such as ground beef or pork, this version is vegetarian-friendly. By substituting butter in the recipe with vegetable oil, it can also be transformed into a vegan dish. Korokke is one of the most popular Japanese dinner items, yet many people may not attempt to make them at home due to their widespread availability in places like supermarket delis and butcher shops. These freshly made Korokke from stores are ..read more
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Salmon and Shimeji Spaghetti
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by JapaneseCooking101
6d ago
Salmon and Shimeji mushroom spaghetti is a pasta dish flavored with Japanese seasonings. People in Japan love Italian spaghetti and other pasta dishes, but for everyday meals, they often make pasta in a Japanese style like this. While boiling water and cooking spaghetti, prepare all the ingredients and start cooking salmon and vegetables. That way, it’ll be done fast. If you like a little more punch to the taste, cook with garlic and/or squeeze lemon juice before eating. Hope you like it! Print Salmon and Shimeji Spaghetti Prep Time 5 minutes minutes Cook Time 15 minutes minutes Servings ..read more
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Miso Walnut
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by JapaneseCooking101
1w ago
Miso Walnut (くるみ味噌) is a healthy and tasty side dish that is so easy to make with only three ingredients. Walnut pieces are coated with miso paste mixed with honey. This sweet and savory walnut is great for topping on rice, toast, and vegetable. You can also use this as a dip. Traditional Japanese miso walnut recipes tend to use a lot of sugar and mirin, but they can be a bit too sweet. We think honey adds just enough sweetness for this dish. You can use any miso of your choice, light or dark, and you can certainly adjust the sweetness by adding more or less honey. Print Miso Walnut Course ..read more
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6 Easy Ramen Recipes To Make At Home
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by JapaneseCooking101
2w ago
Ramen (ラーメン) is one of the most popular Japanese foods. Chinese style noodles are served in a savory broth and topped with sliced meat and vegetables. Common flavors of the soup are soy sauce, miso, and Tonkotsu (pork bone broth). While there are many ramen specialty restaurants in Japan and around the world where you can have delicious bowls of ramen noodles, making good ramen at home is not that hard as long as you have the right ingredients. For which noodles to use for ramen, there are a few types of noodles to choose from. If you have a Japanese or Asian market nearby, you can probably fi ..read more
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An-Doughnut Recipe
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by JapaneseCooking101
2w ago
An-doughnut, or Sweet Red Bean Doughnut, is a type of Japanese-style doughnut. It is a deep-fried confectionery and a variant of traditional doughnuts with a Japanese twist, containing Anko sweet red bean paste as a filling. Variations of this old-fashioned doughnut have been cherished in Japanese food culture for centuries, and it remains one of the favorite items in bakeries there. The dough for An-Doughnut can be made with a cake dough with leavening or with a yeast dough. An-doughnuts from many local bakeries in Japan are made from fluffy yeast bread since they already have the dough for o ..read more
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Chocolate Truffles
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by JapaneseCooking101
2w ago
Chocolate truffles (トリュフチョコレート)are a French confection and are very popular in Japan too, especially around Valentine’s Day, which is deeply connected with the custom of giving chocolate gifts. Many people there create homemade concoctions in their own kitchens. Chocolate truffles usually consist of a soft filling (ganache) and a coating of chocolate (couverture) around the filling. It’s very easy to make if you’re not tempering chocolate to coat the ganache. Our recipe simply involves rolling the ganache into balls and coating them with cocoa powder, without any intricate skills needed. Mix t ..read more
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Miso Soup with Onion Pork Belly & Tofu
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by Noriko
3w ago
Today’s miso soup features a delightful combination of onion, pork belly, and tofu. The natural sweetness from the onion, combined with the savory miso taste, complements the rich flavor of the pork belly. With the addition of quality protein from tofu, this soup becomes a hearty and satisfying dish. As with many of our other miso soups, this recipe is quick and easy to prepare. Consider making extra for dinner and enjoying the leftovers for breakfast. Pairing this miso soup with steamed rice and pickled vegetables creates a simple yet fulfilling morning meal. Give it a try, and we hope you en ..read more
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Potato Potage Recipe
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by JapaneseCooking101
3w ago
Potato Potage, a French dish crafted from potatoes and other ingredients to produce a luxurious and velvety soup, has gained enduring popularity in Japan over many decades. This European-influenced soup has seamlessly integrated into Japanese cuisine and is frequently relished as a complement to Western-style dishes, including classics like Beef Steak and Hamburger Steak. The name “Potage” comes from its original meaning, “something put in a pot.” This soup is typically slow-cooked in a pot and, at the end, mixed in a blender to achieve a smooth texture. In Japan, potage is also recognized as ..read more
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Tuna Mayo Rice Bowl
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by JapaneseCooking101
3w ago
Tuna-mayo is a simple tuna salad that consists of canned tuna and Japanese mayonnaise, and tuna-mayo rice bowl (ツナマヨ丼) is an easy donburi rice bowl dish with tuna-mayo placed on a bowl of steamed rice. Tuna-mayo is one of the most popular fillings for Onigiri rice balls sold at any convenience stores in Japan. Creamy yet a bit tangy and salty Japanese tuna salad goes really well with steamed rice, and the flavor combination of tuna, mayo, rice, and nori seaweed is somewhat addictive. While Tuna Mayo Onigiri can be an excellent grab-and-go lunch in Japan, sadly not everyone is lucky to have con ..read more
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