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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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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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Stewed Beef AND Tofu Japanese Hamburg Steak In Tomato Sauce: Nikomi Tofu Hamburg Steak

LEARN HOW TO MAKE STEWED JAPANESE HAMBURG STEAK IN TOMATO SAUCE AT HOME! Juicy, fluffy, tender, absolute meaty Japanese Hamburg Steak (Hambāgu), served with rich tomato sauce, on rice or noodles. This Japanese Hamburg Steak (Hambāgu) is especially called "Nikomi Hambāgu" which literally means stewed meat patties (meatballs) in Tomato sauce. By stewing ground meat slowly, you don't need to worry about undercooked patties. If you’re worried about them tasting tofu, don't worry. Even if you can feed those who don't like tofu, they will not notice there is tofu. Rich delicious tomato sauce will be ready at the same time.
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Mom’s Best Recipe: How To Make Japanese Stewed Nikomi Hamburg With Rich Tomato Sauce

Juicy, fluffy, tender, absolute meaty Japanese Hamburg Steak (Hambāgu), served with rich tomato sauce, on rice or noodles. This Japanese Hamburg Steak (Hambāgu) is especially called "Nikomi Hambāgu" which literally means stewed meat patties (meatballs) in Tomato sauce. By stewing ground meat slowly, you don't need to worry about undercooked patties. My mom's best Hambāgu recipe with big on flavors. Using white bread-absorbed milk instead of bread crumble, this Hamburg is supreme fluffy. Rich delicious tomato sauce will be ready at the same time.
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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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[INSTANT POT] JAPANESE MIXED RICE WITH LEFTOVER PORK ROAST: Savory Flavorful Rice

Looking for something different from Mexican and Italian dishes using leftovers? Turn your leftover pork roast into a savory flavourful Japanese mixed rice called TAKIKOMI GOHAN, which is made of dashi broth, soy sauce, meat, and vegetables. This is one of the traditional popular comfort food in Japan, oyster sauce gives it a little twist. Chopped cilantro/green onion or sesame seeds give it color and flavor. I use pork shoulder roasts this time, but you can use any type of roast. Even, you can add uncooked meat of course. Don’t waste time cooking leftovers! Instant pot will be your saver! Chop up all ingredients, rinse the rice, and ready set go. When you make ONIGIRI rice balls with this savory Japanese mixed rice, no one can notice it’s made of leftover meat. It absolutely looks fancy, go for a party or holiday dinner.
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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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[Instant Pot] How To Make Fluffy Sticky Rice Like You’re The Japanese

To make fluffy, sweet, sticky (in a good way), and perfect white rice you should use Instant pot right away. It's the quickest, easiest, and most delicious white rice ever without the soaking process. The Japanese share with you how to cook perfect white rice (short-long grain) in an Instant pot with extra Japanese hacks including how to freeze the cooked rice.
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