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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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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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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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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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How To Keep Root Vegetables Fresh Longer In A Fridge

Remember these tips and you'll be able to reduce food loss and eventually save money. I like these tips so that I can enjoy fresh salad every day!
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How To Keep Leafy Vegetables Fresh Longer In My Fridge: Will Stay Fresh Up To 3 Weeks!?

I like cooking at home as you can see, (yes, I share many Japanese recipes in this blog,) along the way, I become quite the expert in storing fresh vegetables fresh longer in my fridge. If you want to avoid throwing away veggies, you should try my tips!
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Tender Japanese-style Pork Shoulder Steak; These Japanese Tips Helps Your Pork Steak From Drying Out

Easy Japanese-style pork steaks. Not only marinating the pork steak in homemade Japanese bbq sauce can tenderize the meat, but also flouring the meat can keep the pork steak moist and flavorful. My Japanese cooking tip in this pork steak recipe is to cook it covered on a non-stick frying pan! This Japanese recipe can help your pork steak never dry out.
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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.
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Make The Gorgeous Authentic Ramen While Making My Japanese-style Pork Neck Bones

LEARN HOW TO MAKE AUTHENTIC SHOYU TONKOTSU MISO RAMEN NOODLE SOUP AT HOME! Why My Spicy Pork Shoyu Ramen Recipe? It’s authentic Japanese ramen noodle soup. (because I am from Japan. ) You can skip making Dashi soup. You can make main toppings besides, you get the soup broth at the same time as making my Japanese-style pork neck bones. Choose your favorite noodles! You can adjust the spicy level keeping a rich umami flavor!
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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.
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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!
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How To Make Tempura Batter Without The Mix AND The Ultimate Guide Of Tempura Cooking Tips

Here are simple substitute recipes for Tempura batter mix that allows you to be able to make crispy Tempura. When mastering how to mix batter and what you should be concerned about frying, you can easily enjoy crispy tempura without tempura batter mix. (Contrary, using tempura batter mix can easily make crispy tempura without these tips.) You can make crispy tempura batter using the ingredients you already have- Wheat flour and starch.
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How Do The Japanese Prepare Shrimp For Tempura AND Ebi Fry

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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.
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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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Rico’s Japanese Home Cooking Tips; Preparing Shrimp And How To Remove Fishy Taste

Do you want to know how to get rid of the fishy taste in your shrimp boil? Preparing shrimp including deveining and cleaning is the most important process to remove the fishy taste before cooking. Moreover, you can boil the shrimp perfectly with Japanese cooking tips! I can tell you how to prepare and boil the perfect shrimp with a soft fresh texture.
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