Crispy Chicken Karaage is super easy to make and the perfect dish when you have a get-together at home! The secret to getting this dish golden brown and super crispy is in the double frying technique. Crispy on the outside and juicy on the inside. Mmmm~ Pair this dish with cherry tomatoes and shredded Japanese […]
Working from home? Looking for something new to eat? We have the perfect dish for you! , Gyūdon, can be made under 30minutes. Simple and easy steps to replicate yet wholesome in flavour. Sweet, savoury and super yummy! Add a soft boiled egg to create a richful experience We are starting a new series of […]
This is for the ramen lovers – A creamy soy broth with tonkotsu chashu is nothing short of tantalizing and mouth watering.
Soy Milk Hot Pot (also known as Tonyu Nabe 豆浆乳鍋 in Japanese) is a popular dish in Japan, and is served in many places in Japan. Rainy weather these days? No problem – a nice hot pot is what you might need! The recipe is remarkably easy. We used stuff like pork broth, soy sauce, […]
New to decorative bento? This will be a fun recipe and especially a treat for the young ones. An hour or so is all you would need to create an eye-catching meal for your kid to bring to school in a snack box.
Chanko Nabe, a.k.a. ‘Sumo Stew’ is a popular style of eating hot pot hailing from Japan. It’s the food of choice for sumo wrestlers, thus the nickname. Vegetables, seafood and meat can be cooked in seasoned broth at the dinner table as you dine together. We made our own chicken stock for this recipe, with […]
Steamed of fried, there’s always a way to enjoy good ol’ GYOZA. Not only do they make great mid-day weekend snacks, they’re also a welcome addition to the dinner table! Today’s recipe will be on 3 different sauces that we came up for pairing! Not only are these sauces super easy to make, they’re tasty too.
Seductively soft flesh simmered in irresistible sweet salty flavours – this sinful culinary delight will keep your taste buds beckoning for another bite! With merely 10 simple steps, you can now easily indulge in the guilty pleasures of tender pork belly pieces and sweet daikon slices!
Delicately thin crisp exterior, soft creamy batter – these unmistakable little round balls hailing from Osaka has never missed a spot in the countless of Japanese food guides out there. Although traditionally stuffed with octopus slices, other variations have also popped up along the way. Such as ham and cheese, which are usually a hit among kids, as well as shrimp pieces for an equally delicious substitute for octopus.
Also known for their fascinating array of quirky food inventions and flavours, the Japanese has once again struck the culinary world with its new reinvention of the rice ball and sandwich! Basically a sushi sandwich, the slices of bread have been replaced with seaweed and rice to form what they call – Onigirazu.