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The Ultimate Step Guide To Traditional Japanese Miso Soup Recipe

LEARN THE STEPS ON HOW TO MAKE AUTHENTIC MISO SOUP IN 3 MINUTES! Traditional staple soup made with Japanese dashi broth, miso paste, and various ingredients. There are countless combinations including types of dashi broth, types of miso paste, and ingredients from vegetables to meat. Nothing can beat homemade miso soup. In this recipe, you can learn how to make miso soup with kombu dashi/ without dashi.
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MISOZUKE: How To Make Japanese Pickles With Miso

If you want to add more quick pickles recipes, then these miso pickles are coming next to try at home. Japanese pickles are mostly salty! so as MISOZUKE. To avoid salty MISOZUKE pickles, choose sweet miso paste and check out the pickling process every 3 hours. Also, cut vegetables into a large size or don't cut them! I love my MISODOKO (the pickling “bed", the mix for pickling) for providing traditional Japanese (salty) food to my kitchen! (Oh, I've been missing WASHOKU at my home in Japan. ) You don't need attention every day – not just like NUKADOKO. Just mix your choice of Miso paste, sugar, and Sake. Enjoy probiotic-rich, fragrant pickles to accompany rice, salad, and Japanese Sake.
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AVOCADO AND CREAM CHEESE Great For MISOZUKE| Effortless Pressed Sushi Recipe

Marinate avocado in miso! It's an unexpected combination, but the rich buttery creamy flavor will be enhanced and goes well with not only the avocado but also rice and Japanese sake. “Pressed sushi” called Oshizushi is a traditional type of sushi, which literally made by pressing sushi rice and ingredients in a container. Aesthetic, this block-shaped sushi can be an eye-catching dish at a party. Moreover, it is effortless, and super-easy to make even if you've never tried making sushi. Since this recipe is used Misozuke avocado and cream cheese, so I skip seasoning the sushi rice.
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How 5 Insider secrets of “Japanese HighBall” Brings You To Know Japanese Culture

The Japanese Highball is a little far away from the classic highball cocktail at a stylish bar. "Highball" in Japan mainly often refers to "whiskey and soda" or sometimes "Shochu and soda". Highball is really popular Izakaya drink as well as ice-cold draft beer, Chu-Hi, and lemon sour! RELAX, I want to introduce a "Japanese-style" whiskey highball but that doesn't mean it is made of JAPANESE WHISKEY. So refreshing, dry, simple, fizzy, and fresh lemon, that's all need!
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How Do I Pressure Cook Pork Neckbones In Instant Pot: Japanese Style Tender Neck Bones

LEARN HOW TO COOK JAPANESE-STYLE PORK NECK BONES IN AN INSTANT POT/PRESSURE COOKER! Juicy & Tender, Easy pork neck bones recipe. This recipe is inspired by Japanese braised pork belly called "Buta No Kakuni", pressure cook neckbones in sweet, savory soy sauce-based soup. I am going to tell you how to clean neckbones! You can make the Japanese-style pork neck bones for 20 minutes using the pressure cook function in an Instant pot. You can use a pressure cooker you already have.
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Steamed Basted Eggs Recipe: Fluffy, Soft, Easy Fried Eggs Without Greasy And Lacy Crispy Edges

Taste better than ever! I believe that steamed basted eggs are the best eggs to make at home, which is the typical way to make fried eggs from the sunny side up to over well in Japanese cooking recipes. A basted egg is cooked in less oil or butter and then add tablespoons of water to the pan to create steam. It’s a nearly easy & quick way to cook fried eggs-fluffy, soft, non-greasy, and you can cook perfect york as you like.
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Catch Up With New Trends In Japan: Homemade Cola Recipe

Homemade cola aka "Craft cola" is carefully made from raw materials. Moreover, you can make an organic cola drink that you know all ingredients in this refreshing sweet cola drink that everyone loves worldwide. With its exotic spice and hints of citrus, this "Craft Cola" is so refreshing and addictive. Add this aromatic delicate McCola to milk, coffee, tea, beer, gin, vodka, whiskey, and of course, rum to entertain your guests!
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What’s TSUKEMONO: Japanese Pickles Complete Guide

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Dashi Kelp 101: How To Make Japanese Kombu Dashi At Home

As you know, Dashi refers to Japanese soup stocks that are used for a lot of Japanese cooking. Kombu Dashi is one of the staple dashi made from Kombu (dried kelp) which contains a lot of glutamic acids and brings many nutritional values. Unlike Awase dashi or Iriko dashi, kombu dashi has a mild and refreshing flavor but a more complex and distinctive taste. Moreover, it’s vegetarian, vegan-friendly, enough to make you happy. You can also freeze this authentic genuine Kombu dashi when making a big batch.
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Authentic Japanese MISOZUKE TOFU: Easy Appetizer For Japanese Sake

Tofu misozuke is a traditional Japanese delicacy that requires a fermentaion period in miso paste for 1 week to years. To enjoy misozuke tofu safely at home, let's make the soft, creamy, cream cheese-like with the hint of fermented soy (miso) flavored tofu. For the salad, rice, toast, and dipping & crackers. The important key is to remove water from tofu thoughtfully. Otherwise, it may cause the tofu to rotten. Marinate the tofu for up to 3 days, and consume it within a week.
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Nikiri: How To Burn Off Alcohol In Japanese Cooking?

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How To Store Umeboshi: Need To Be Refrigerated?

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Homemade Japanese Chunky Tartar Sauce

This easy homemade Japanese tartar sauce is better than anything (especially you're hungry) you can buy at the store. It’s creamy, refreshing, kicking, filling, and perfect for serving next to your favorite deep-fried dishes and sandwiches. Mayonnaise provides the whole balance of flavor in this tartar sauce. For the best tartar sauce, (and this recipe is made with Japanese mayo,) you've gotta try Japanese mayonnaise. Pickles add crunch and flavor to the sauce. You can use dill pickles, but I recommend switching to pickled jalapeno instead of common pickles. Japanese ginger pickles also give you a unique sweet flavor.
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Umeboshi Plums 101: Health Benefits, How To Eat, How To Make Iconic Japanese TSUKEMONO

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Sesame Crusted Seared Ahi Tuna Steak With Authentic Japanese Teriyaki Sauce

Ahi tuna is high in protein, low in fat, technically healthy, and very easy to cook. Learn the secret to preparing tuna to cut off the fishy taste and pull out the Umami flavor for a sesame-crusted seared tuna steak. It may seem fancy like the dinner for holidays, date nights, and special occasions, but honestly, it’s very easy, simple, and tasty, and both best parts, ahi tuna and authentic! Japanese Teriyaki sauce is a ridiculously savory combination! Only the effort you may need is to make Teriyaki sauce and Japanese citrus chili paste in advance.
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Napa (Chinese) Cabbage 101 In Japanese Cooking; Nutrition, Shopping and Storage Tips, Recipes

Napa cabbage is the type of Chinese cabbage and called "Hakusai" in Japan. It's the popular winter veggie (in Japan) and it can't be called Japanese hot pot without it. (kidding.) It contains mostly water (low-cal, low-carb) but is rich in Vitamin C, K, and potassium. Moreover, it's one of the handy veggies to cook for salad, stir-fry, saute, soup, stew...between crispy texture to melty texture. Read this post to know health benefits, the shopping, store, and cooking tips.
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The Heart Of Japanese Fermented Food, Koji Rice| How To Make Shio-Koji

Shio koji, the Japanese fermented condiments made of grain koji, water, and salt. Mix them and fermented the mixture at room temperature until the mixture thickens on a sweet, funky aroma. Rich nutrition, and rich Umami flavor. Shio-koji is a versatile condiment for stir-fry, making pickled vegetables, and marinade sauce to tenderize the meat and reduce the fishy flavor of fish.
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Japanese Cooking Culture; How to Sun Dry Veggies At Home

Sun-drying maybe not be well-known in the US, but in Japan, much-needed and much-having fun, kitchen hack to preserve fresh produce. Food drying is one of the oldest methods of preserving food. It'll be easier to choose between canning or freezing, however, I may blow your mind away today! Sun-Drying foods are simple, easy, and low-cost to learn. With modern food dehydrators, which is the smart choice, but, especially in the summer season, let's try using natural power!
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