You will love this Japanese version of egg drop soup for a quick and easy meal. It takes 20 minutes and uses eggs and pantry ingredients with Japanese dashi stock as the soup base.
A classic Japanese home-cooked meal with potatoes and thinly sliced meat. Learn how to cook this popular Japanese winter dish at home with this recipe.
Delicious chocolate pudding using silken tofu. None can tell there's tofu in it, and this has a much lower calorie count than your regular chocolate pudding.
Learn how to cook soboro don — a classic Japanese rice bowl with two toppings: minced chicken and scrambled eggs — that is great for a bento box or meal-prepping.
Give spaghetti squash a butter soy sauce treatment to turn it into a delicious zero-carb dish. You can enjoy it as a main dish or as a side dish with steamed rice.
A soft and fluffy chiffon cake filled with the fragrance of Earl Grey tea is a dream cake for all tea lovers. Serve it with freshly brewed tea for your tea time.
Give this Japanese rice bowl a try. The fruity tomato-based sauce with ground beef is perfect over steamed rice. Don't forget the poached egg and crispy fried onions.
Try this Japanese izakaya (pub) recipe with only two ingredients: bacon and cherry tomatoes, threaded into bamboo skewers and grilled to perfection.
Learn how to prepare Japanese tonkatsu (pork cutlets) with crispy golden brown skin and tender, juicy meat inside. I even have a recipe for homemade tonkatsu sauce!
Even if you only have 20 minutes, you can cook this healthy and delicious miso soup for dinner tonight with fresh spinach, eggs, white miso, and dashi/Japanese stock.
This recipe gives you soft and fluffy Asian milk bread that only needs a single proof so you can enjoy your breakfast with a batch of homemade bread so much faster.
Super easy pickling project anyone can attempt. Bottle fresh cucumber, carrot, celery, and red chilies into delicious Japanese pickle and enjoy it for a week long.