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.
These four-ingredient chicken wings are coated in shio koji, soy sauce, and ground pepper. It takes minutes to put together and baked to their crispy perfection in an oven.
Meet your new favorite salmon dish. The sauce has white miso, sake, mirin, soy sauce, and sesame oil. It only takes 30 minutes to marinate and 10 minutes in the oven.
If you make your own soy milk, use the leftover soybean pulp to make okara tofu nuggets. These are not only healthy, they can be made vegan and gluten-free too.
Learn how to make korokke (Japanese croquettes) at home from scratch. This baked version is a healthier alternative to the usual deep-frying and has less hassle.
A very simple and straightforward pound cake recipe with matcha (Japanese green tea powder), without the use of any baking soda and baking powder.
You can make delicious sushi, especially maki and chirasi, at any time if you stock your fridge with simmered shiitake. They are great as noodle topping too.
Buta kaku ni is braised pork belly, with a rich soy sauce and dashi-base broth, and melt-in-your-mouth tender. This is Japan's most popular pork belly dish.
This bright orange kabocha yokan is a Japanese treat made with kabocha and agar-agar. This dessert is healthy, quick, easy, vegan-friendly, and gluten-free.
Tang zhong is the secret to Asian bakery milk bread that stays soft, moist, fluffy, and fresh for days! Learn how to make this lovely bread with my recipe.