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Milk Tea In Japan: I Can Tell What Royal Milk Tea Is But The Native Japanese Has No Clue About Hokkaido Milk Tea

The tea guide can bring tea lovers different tea ideas from Japan. The Japanese drink not only green tea but we love drinking tea, especially "milk tea". "Tea latte", "Royal milk tea", or "Nidashi milk tea". Royal milk tea is the Japanese version of "Chai", but no spice. In this post, I will tell you milk tea products in Japan, how to order royal milk tea in Starbucks in Japan, how to make royal milk tea at home. It's a really interesting post to read to get tea ideas!
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No More Dry Thanksgiving Turkey! Tender-Moist Turkey Dinner With My Baking Powder Brine [No Salty]

Does baking powder tenderize a turkey? Yes. Do I use it as a dry brine for thanksgiving turkey dinner? Nop. I brine a whole turkey (or a half turkey) in the baking powder solution which I introduced as the Japanese meat tenderizing hack before in my posts. Baking powder helps break down protein while keeping moist in the meat. So, kiss a dry turkey goodbye this holiday!
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Ladies! Eat Natto Every Day; The Japanese Super Food Can Bring Natural Health & Beauty

Why Japanese traditional superfood can bring you many health benefits? Especially for ladies, natto can improve your health & beauty. What are nutritions? What are good for you? When & how much should you eat Natto? All about Natto health benefits you should know is in this post!
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How To Brine Meat Before Cooking With Baking Powder Without Salty; Japanese Cooking Hacks From My Kitchen

LEARN HOW TO USE BAKING POWDER TO BRINE MEAT (NEVER GET SALTY)! Why baking powder can tenderize meat? Using baking powder can bring meat not only tender but also moist and juicy. It's the easy brine for chicken, turkey, pork, maybe beef. (If you like meaty texture, I don't recommend brine beef steak)Thankfully, I never have the terrible dry, tasteless, rubbery chicken (breast), turkey, and pork chops, since I use my secret brine with baking powder.
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Easy Japanese Inspired Beef Cheek Stew; Melt-In-Your-Mouth Slow-Cooked Beef Cheek Infused with Rich Miso Flavor

This easy slow cooker Japanese-style braised beef cheek stew combines rich red miso & red wine to make a tender and flavorful appetizer. You can serve it as a popular Japanese appetizer, or over rice for lunch/dinner. This recipe is inspired by famous Nagoya local food called Dote-it's originally Japanese beef tendon stew. Rich red miso flavor will definitely bring you an appetite.
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Japanese Drinks At Home Izakaya; Fresh-Squeezed Grapefruit & Spicy Tomato Jam Sour

Here is the new unique afternoon cocktail recipe from the Izakaya menu in Japan. Fresh-squeezed grapefruits and homemade spicy (jalapeno peppers) tomato jam, are you curious about this mysterious taste? Actually, really refreshing, sweet, but, spicy... easy to make, easy to be addicted to this Japanese sour drink.
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Carrot Kinpira: All-Purpose Japanese Vegetable Side Dish

Kinpira is a Japanese cooking term-sautée and simmered with Japanese basic seasonings. In most cases, the Kinpira dish is made of root vegetables such as carrot, burdock, Daikon radish, and lotus root. It's a super easy and healthy side dish, and you can serve it with hot/ cool.
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Asian Grilled Romaine Recipe

Fresh Romaine lettuce tastes great by itself, when you want to search for different flavors, grill it! Try this grilled romaine with an Asian twist. It’s simple, healthy, and absolutely delicious. Cut the top few inches and slice it in half, to grill it easier and prevent burning it. Easy grilling and healthy vegetable side dish!
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BBQ Grilled Kalbi: Grill Marinated Beef Short Ribs In Homemade Japanese BBQ Sauce

LEARN HOW TO MAKE AUTHENTIC JAPANESE-STYLE KALBI SHORT RIBS ON THE GRILL! This iconic beef short rib cut is called "kalbi" in Korea and Japan, is one of the popular menus in Korean and Japanese barbecue. In this recipe, the Korean style/ flanken style short ribs are marinated in a homemade Yakiniku sauce, which is Japanese BBQ sauce. Tangy, sweet, and savory flavor with tender meaty short ribs! The short ribs are quickly grilled over high heat. (Grilling is my husband's job, )and then served with staples like steamed rice, or lettuce wraps.
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Holy Cow! Easy-Cheesy How To Make Homemade Natto Beans Without Starter Spores

Natto beans are the Japanese traditional super healthy food to eat daily! Generally, you can get natto at any Asian grocery store, but you can save money and eat homemade fresh Natto every day using my easy homemade natto recipe; without a starter, use the instant pot for the whole process.
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Japanese Cooking Hack: What’s Otoshibuta Drop Lid Used For And Why

Otoshibuta-a inner lid/ drop lid is a popular kitchen tool in the Japanese kitchen, which can help to simmer dishes effectively & quickly. The drop lid prevents food from breaking up, transfers flavors of a broth quickly & evenly without stirring. Also, it prevents the dish from drying. There are adjustable stainless steel lids, silicone, wooden drop lid in the Amazon market, read this post and get to know about Otoshibuta more.
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How To Make Spicy “Menma”: How To Cook Canned Bamboo Shoots For Ramen Topping

LEARN HOW TO MAKE MENMA BAMBOO SHOOTS FOR RAMEN TOPPING IN THE JAPANESE WAY! The easy recipe uses canned bamboo shoots to make Menma for ramen topping. Just simmer bamboo sliced shoots until the sauce is reduced. To prepare canned bamboo shoots, drain the juice and rinse thoroughly in freshwater before use.
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Good-Bye, Mushy Stir-Fried Udon Noodles; The Ultimate Recipes Of YAKIUDON With Two Sauce

Popular Izakaya menu internationally, Japanese stir-fried Udon noodles, Yaki Udon is an easy & delicious meal loaded with vegetables, mushrooms, and your choice of protein, with rich soy-sauce based sauce. In Japan, Yaki Udon is more likely the staple easy lunch that mothers often cook. Yes, it's quite easy. To avoid making "mushy" Yaki Udon, prepare noodles with my tips, add a moderate volume of vegetables (not too much), and make the stir-fry sauce before cooking.
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Mayo-Yaki Baked Cod In Foil With Lemon

Japanese mayonnaise can bring savory creamy flavor to the plain white fish. This cooking method is great for shortening cooking time while trapping any savory flavors. You can also arrange any of your favorite herbs & spices. For thicker or heavier pieces of fish, increase cooking time. To remove the fishy taste, check out the Japanese cooking tips in this recipe. Fancy seafood dinner with very little prep.
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Atsuyaki Tamagoyaki Sando; Japanese Savory Fluffy Egg Toast Sandwich For Your Breakfast

LEARN HOW TO MAKE A JAPANESE TASTY EGG OMELET TOAST SANDWICH WITH A ROUND PAN AT HOME! Fluffy Japanese Egg omelet "Tamagoyaki: Sandwich with famous Japanese mayo and crispy brioche/Hawaiian toast bread! If you love the combination of sweet and savory recipes, you will love this breakfast sandwich to make your morning shine. Inspired by the popular Atsuyaki Tamago Sando, which originated from Kyoto, Japan. Atusyaki Tamago is not a traditional Japanese rolled egg omelet called Dashimaki Tamago/Tamago-maki, You don't need the Japanese basic ingredients to make this recipe such as Soy sauce, Mirin, Dashi broth, Tamagoyaki pan!
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How To Make Itsuki Food Non-Fried Instant Ramen: Authentic Tonkotsu Ramen In 2.5 Minutes

Kumamoto Mokkosu Ramen has been top-selling on Amazon, Japan. You’ll be impressed with this high-quality ramen noodle product that you can’t believe it’s Instant noodles! Rich Tonkotsu soup with aromatic Mar oil. It’s definitely beyond other instant noodle products, and you can enjoy authentic ramen noodles at a reasonable price at home.
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MARUTAI Stick “Boh” Ramen Instructions AND Kyushu Ramen Flavor Guide

Japanese instant ramen noodles are no longer more than just instant noodles. Thousands of these culturally significant instant noodle products in Japan have dramatically improved flavors and styles since Momofuku Ando created instant noodles in 1958. Not only in Japan, but they’ve also been booming worldwide as another cool Japanese culture. Graduate from regular curly fried instant noodles! Try non-fired stick instant ramen noodles called “Boh ramen” in Japanese to get inspired! It almost drags you into the kitchen rather than going out to ramen shops.
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The Native Guide: What Do You Want To Know About Japanese Hamburg Steak

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