JAPANESE COOKING 101: WHAT’S AMAZU?
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.
Goodbye Mushy Shrimp: How To Boil Shrimp
Wondering how to boil shrimp? I'll tell you how I can bring tender and juicy boiled shrimp EVERY TIME. My technique may be a little more process than you expect, each process is really easy and makes sense. Make the perfect boiled shrimp to serve as shrimp cocktails, fresh spring rolls, topping on salads, and making homemade sushi!
Rico’s Japanese Home Cooking Tips F Preparing Shrimp And How To Remove Fishy Taste
Do you want to know how to get rid of the fishy taste in shrimp dishes? The most important process for removing the fishy taste before cooking is preparation, including deveining and cleaning the shrimp. I'll tell you the ultimate guide on how to thaw, prepare, and boil full of Japanese cooking tips! Let's get the best shrimp without a fishy taste, WITH fresh texture.
Japanese Curry Mix: Golden Curry Recipe With Frozen Seafood Mix
Isn't Seafood preparation hard work? Use frozen seafood mix and make Japanese curry and rice for an easy summer dinner. Japanese curry, a most popular staple comfort food in Japan, is super easy to make. Traditional Japanese curry often makes beef, pork, chicken, and a variety of veggies such as potatoes, carrots, and onion, but, in this recipe, use only onion and garlic to enhance seafood flavor. , rest overnight is more delicious, but, this seafood curry can be served for 1 hour.
Japanese TERIMAYO Shrimp Recipe: Easy, Savory, Creamy! Shrimp Stir-Fry With Teriyaki Mayonnaise
Easy 30 Minute Teriyaki Shrimp made with a homemade AUTHENTIC JAPANESE teriyaki sauce. This teriyaki shrimp stir fry is called TERIMAYO shrimp, an easy and flavorful dish that combines savory teriyaki sauce and creamy rich Japanese mayonnaise. You can change or add the vegetables as you like. It is ready in under 30 minutes (not counting making authentic teriyaki sauce), a super easy meal for a busy weeknight! Serving over rice will be perfect!
Japanese Mayo-Yaki Cooking: The Baked Fish In Foil
Baking the food in foil is a great cooking method to cook ingredients quickly and increase umami flavor while trapping savory flavors. Besides, it's less messy in the kitchen! Japanese mayonnaise brings a savory creamy flavor to this light-seasoned fish dish and helps to reduce the fishy taste. By the way, the fish will be a no-fish taste if read my cooking tip to remove the fishy flavor from the fish. Arrange the items with your favorite herbs & spices. For thicker or heavier pieces of fish, increase cooking time.
Ebi Fry| Crispy Panko Deep-Fried Shrimp
Everybody loves Panko shrimp from kids to adults all over the world. We have of course Panko shrimp in a popular Yoshoku dish in Japan, called Ebi Fry, which is generally served with shredded flat sweet cabbage and Japanese chunky tartar sauce. My Panko Shrimp are crispy and crunchy and have no fishy taste at all. For a great appetizer, party dish.
How To Make Authentic Shrimp Tempura , Not Fritter, With Tempura Batter Mix
Light Crispy, Shrimp Tempura with a delicate, flaky batter made of the tempura batter mix. This is the easiest way to make AUTHENTIC JAPANESE TEMPURA, which is away from fritter-like fluffy, greasy, heavy, thick, crunchy tempura-like shrimp. Shrimp tempura has been a staple of traditional Japanese cuisine as well as Sushi. The aesthetically delicate, light, and crisp batter is the perfect match for seafood and vegetables. Don't get me wrong, I like fluffy fritters and crunchy coating like COSTCO tempura shrimp, yet, Japanese authentic tempura should be light and crispy. Use Japanese tempura mix, it's no shame!
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.
How Do The Japanese Prepare Shrimp For Tempura AND Ebi Fry