Kinpira gobo burdock root is the popular Japanese vegetable recipe. Kinpira is a cooking style involving stir frying and simmering with sugar and soy sauce. Carrots, lortus roots, and celery are also delicious for kimpira. For [Read more…] about Kinpira Gobo the Japanese vegetable recipe
Chikuzen Ni, Chicken and Vegetables
Chikuzen Ni, Chiken and Vegetables has many roots vegetables in the one tasety meal. I make this Japanese Chicken and Vegetables dish often here in U.S. I can buy Gobo from local Whole Foods store or Asian store, now. Shiitake, I can find local grocery store easily. Well, Konnyaku, rotus roots and bamboo [Read more…] about Chikuzen Ni, Chicken and Vegetables
Dried Daikon Radish Recipe, Kiriboshi daikon
I have a Kiriboshi Daikon recipe which is dried daikon radish recipe. Kiri mean cut and Boshi is Hosu, mean dry it. Cut and dried daikon is called ‘Kiriboshi-daikon'(literally, cut-dried daikon) which is a common method of preserving food in Japan. [Read more…] about Dried Daikon Radish Recipe, Kiriboshi daikon
Japanese egg omelette recdipe – Dashimaki tamago
Japanese egg omelette – Dashimaki tamago recipe. It is a very popular bento item and Japanese breakfast item. I use a square pan and it makes it easy to cook a perfect roll. If you have a square frying pan, it make your omelette cooking easier.
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Agedashi Tofu Recipe Easy Deep Fried Tofu
Agedashi tofu recipe which is easy deep fried tofu. You can see this item in Japanese Izakaya (Tapas bar) a lot. It is popular food in Japanese style bar menu. It is one of my favorite food. By the way, this pronounce “Agay dashee Dofu”, not
Age (how old you are).
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Hijiki Dried Seaweeds Recipe
Seaweeds have many health benefits and I will put Hijiki dried seaweeds recipe here. It is delicious and low in calories, great for diet food. About the health benefit, read my What is Hijiki? – The seaweed products page.