Baked miso salmon, this recipe so simple to make and tasty, it’s bound to make your Christmas dinner fuss free this year. The miso marinade is a perfect match for a fish oil rich fish like salmon, just prepare the marinade pop in the salmon fillet which you guys can order from our friends at […]
Give those fancy looking sushi rolls a miss and try your hands at these adorable round shaped sushi instead!
Love Japanese food and basil cream sauce but hoping to cut back on the calories? This easy basil-infused and nutty accented soba recipe will certainly provide you with that healthy dose of creamy goodness without compromising on the taste!
Mouth-watering plate of fried rice loaded with all your favourite mix-ins huddled under that luscious soft yellow egg blanket, this delightfully simple combination of egg and ketchup rice topped with rich brown sauce serves as the perfect comfort food on any lazy days.
An immensely simple recipe for any lunch or dinner, a good serving of tuna poke bowl can be a perfectly sweet spot for a meal for 2! This dish is much simpler to put together than it looks. The key is in marinating the tuna chutoro, then adding in spring onions and sesame seeds. When […]
Fresh fish tastes sweet on its own, so we won’t need much seasoning here. Savoury Ikura (salmon roe) plus our special mentaiko (pollock roe) mayo acts as seasoning for the vinegar rice.
Crispy golden brown crust enveloping juicy tender sake flavoured chicken meat between 2 perfectly pan seared brown rice patties just screams Chicken Katsu Burger. The hero of the dish is the rice. The rice should be sticky, chewy and moist enough to form a perfect rice patty without breaking apart when it’s pan seared. We would say brown rice burger patties are the new burger buns.
Agedashi tofu is a simple way to serve hot tofu. The Tsuyu sauce is light, the best way to highlight the deep complex flavours of Vitasoy Sprouted Egg Tofu.
The tofu is deep fried, leaving the outer shell crispy and the inside creamy soft. Its topped with grated daikon, a cloud of bonito flakes and a sprinkling of thinly sliced spring onions. The savoury Tsuyu sauce is poured around it. The dish is usually served piping hot, so be cautious in not burning your mouth!
This is for the Japanese food lovers! Today’s recipe will prepare you to make your own Japanese set meal, from doing your own Uni Don (sea urchin rice), chawanmushi, all the way down to your own sashimi!
No meat-lover will ever reject bacon. But why stop at just bacon alone? We’ve come up with 3 great and simple ways to prepare bacon that would please even the non meatlovers!