Japanese Food · Soups


Loading… Miso soup (misoshiru) is a traditional Japanese soup consisting of a stock called “dashi”, infused with the flavor of miso paste with cubes of soft tofu and softened dried wakame seaweed. Dashi is a stock whose main ingredients are kombu (dried kelp) and katsuobushi (dried and smoked bonito). Westerners have modified the stock used… Continue reading MISO SOUP

Beef Recipes · Japanese Food

Beef Teppanyaki

Loading… Teppanyaki means cooked in sizzling plate. Another Japanese cuisine that’s easy and quick to cook..yummmm! Ingredients: 600g rib eye or any high grade beef preferred 4 tbsp toasted garlic soy bean oil black pepper 1 tbsp sesame oil salt Mama’s Guide Method: 1. Season beef with salt and freshly ground pepper and add sesame… Continue reading Beef Teppanyaki

Japanese Food · Mga Panghandaan/Special Occasion · Seafood

Shrimp Tempura Recipe

Loading… The secret to delicious shrimp tempura isnʻt the shrimp. Itʻs the tempura batter. Shrimp Tempura Recipe PREP TIME: 40 MIN COOK TIME: 20 MIN YIELD: 10 SHRIMP TEMPURA Ingredients: 10 Jumbo shrimp (the bigger the better. Thaw if they are frozen.) Flour Panko breadcrumbs 3 scrambled eggs Instructions: 1. Prepare shrimp. Remove shells. Make… Continue reading Shrimp Tempura Recipe

Japanese Food


Loading… You can also fry spam with shoyu and sugar and a little bit of mirin or teriyaki sauce. This spam musubi version is simple and tasty using oyster sauce and sugar. Delicious even if you can’t find any mirin or shoyu. There are plenty of varieties too, you can add scrambled eggs or sunny… Continue reading HOW TO MAKE SPAM MUSUBI