Easy Japanese Pork Recipe; How To Make Crispy Japanese Pork Cutlet
A crispy Panko breaded fried Japanese pork cutlet. This Pork Tonkatsu recipe is simple, easy, crispy, tender, and delicious! Using Japanese Panko, Crispy on the outside, and juicy and tender inside. Serve with Homemade Tonkatsu sauce or homemade Nagoya-style miso sauce.
How Do The Japanese Make Tough Meat Tender At Home; Best Results In My Life [Baking Powder Brine|Shio-Koji |BBQ Sauce]
We can't afford to buy A5 Wagyu beef all the time in Japan so we have no choice to buy discount tough meat at a grocery store. Yet, we have secret weapons to make the chewy meat tender and juicy. There are my best 3 ways to marinate meat with baking powder solution, with shio koji, with Japanese BBQ sauce. As a bonus, I will tell you my freezing meat hacks too.
Home Izakaya! How To Make Japanese Style Lemon Sour
What's Japanese-style sour? It's a classic Izakaya cocktail as popular as cold beer and whiskey highball. Generally, Japanese sour is not sweet or less sweet and is made of the mix with Japanese shochu/vodka, fizzy water, and lemon juice/lemon-flavored syrup. In my recipe, we'll make lemon-infused vodka and frozen lemon ice. So, you can enjoy the ultimate lemony Japanese lemon sour without watering it down.
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.
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.
Japanese-style BBQ Beef Salad Bowl With Japanese BBQ Sauce; “Yakiniku Salad” Recipe
A big salad bowl with the savory, tender sliced beefsteak. Marinate the meat with Japanese traditional BBQ sauce (Yakiniku no Tare) which is also used for the dressing. Sweet chili sauce and chopped cilantro add the extra Asian breeze. Goes well with a cold beer!
How To Cook Rice Perfectly Like You’re The Japanese On Stove Top: Without Rice Cooker
The best guide for how to make white rice on the stovetop without a rice cooker. Do you want to know how the Japanese make fluffy and delicious rice without a rice cooker? Rinse the rice? Yes. Soak the rice? Yes. What's the water ratio for 2 cups of rice? Why do you need to leave the cover on after the rice is done? All about how to cook white rice without a rice cooker is in this post.
Rice Flour 101; Health And Cooking Benefits
Rice flour is finely ground raw rice and is used to make rice noodles and pancakes, thicken soups and stews, for a bakery. I recommend its health benefit, especially It's gluten-free! Rice flour can provide dietary fiber, which can be expected to lower cholesterol, improve blood sugar levels, and help with digestion. The best thing about is rice flour can really make food crispy when frying with it at home. Read this post and get to know about rice flour more to incorporate in-home cooking!
3 + 1 Sauce Recipes For Japanese Pork Cutlet; Tonkatsu Sauce, Miso Sauce, Easy Aurora Sauce
Everyone is addicted to deep-fried foods. Do you want to try Japanese popular dipping sauce? Here are 3 easy recipes that you are looking for. The Japanese are obsessed with Japanese-style Worcestershire sauce aka Worcester sauce (ウスターソース) and there are many types of sauces for especially deep-fried food such as Japanese pork cutlets. Also, Nagoyan, people who live in Nagoya city, love Miso sauce! (I am from Nagoya). Lastly, super-easy Japanese Aurora sauce.
Japanese Unique Mayo Dishes; The Japanese People Are Obsessed With Japanese Mayonnaise
Japanese people are obsessed with Japanese Mayonnaise, actually, it is more popular than Ranch dressing in Japan. You will see many dishes used with Mayonnaise when traveling in Japan, even for traditional Japanese food such as sushi, rice balls, Okonomiyaki, Takoyaki. In this site, I am introducing the Japanese staple Mayo dishes and hoping to give you hints for cooking. Also, there is a Japanese-style potato salad recipe if liked.
Tender, Juicy, Crispy Karaage Chicken Recipe; Japanese fried chicken
If you are a Japanese food geek, you can't miss "Japanese fried chicken" called 'Kara age" to eat, to cook. 'Kara age (chicken)" is the staple comfort food and also popular obento items. Everybody loves "Karaage" in Japan. Use boneless chicken thigh or breast, double coating, and double fried! If you want to make tender, juicy crispy Japanese fried chicken, check out my recipe.
Japan Is The Mayonnaise Wonderland; Kewpie, Ajinomoto, Kenko, And More!
Everyone knows Kewpie mayonnaise, the staple Japanese-style mayo worldwide. But do you know why Japanese mayonnaise is so good and what the differences are? There are many mayonnaise lovers in Japan and they are so proud to live in the mayonnaise wonderland, Japan. On this site, I, the native Japanese introduce not only Kewpie but also other products such as Ajinomoto, Kenko which are available on Amazon, and also, few domestic products that you can get only in Japan!
Ebi Fry| Crispy Panko Deep-Fried Shrimp
Panko deep-fried shrimp, also known as “Ebi Furai” in Japanese, is one of the top-ranked in the most popular foods. Certainly, just deep-fry breaded shrimps in the vegetable oil. to be stand out because of the simple recipe, you need to know my Japanese cooking tips such as prepping shrimps, deep-frying, and also a recipe for Japanese Tartar sauce.
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.
Only 3 Step Healthy Snack! Quick, Easy, Super Healthy Yamitsuki Cabbage With Sesame Oil
"Yamitsuki" means "addictive" in Japanese, "Yamitsuki Cabbage" is one of the popular nibbles at Izakayas and Japanese BBQ restaurants. You can bring Asian breeze of the table by making this easy, quick, and healthy snack. As the name, you can't stop eating once you have the first bite. "Sesame Oil" is the essential ingredient for "Yamitsuki Cabbage". If you want to get your fams impressed, read this. Only 3 step recipe.
Homemade Authentic Japanese Teriyaki (Yakitori) Sauce; For Yakitori, Grilled Meat and Vegetables
The best authentic restaurant-grade TERIYAKI sauce, with only 4 ingredients, without MIRIN! A sticky sweet and rich umami taste, making it the perfect glaze over yakitori/ teriyaki chicken, salmon, and more. Once you make this easy but absolute-authentic Japanese essential sauce, I guarantee you won’t buy a bottle in a grocery store again like you're Japanese.
Japanese Calligraphy And Kakizome; Things You Want To Know
How facts about Japanese calligraphy can be a part of your life? Japanese calligraphy called Shodo (or Kakikata) can improve focus and concentration, calm and clear your mind, and can help increase self-confidence-giving you Zen inspiration. Indeed, I can feel the same sensations after practicing meditation/ Yoga. Kakizome is basically drawing New Year's resolution as one of Japanese New Year's traditions. In this article, I'll tell you the purpose of Japanese calligraphy and how to start Shodo with the basics.
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.