Beef Recipes · Japanese Food

Chaliapin Steak DON – Shokugeki no Soma

Loading… For some of you who are a fandom of animè and manga comics you might have read this dish which is an original Japanese steak recipe since 1936. In the Manga comics (Chapter 13), “this dish is exclusively made by Sōma combined with the Japanese original dish, the Chaliapin Steak and the donburi concept for his… Continue reading Chaliapin Steak DON – Shokugeki no Soma

Japanese Food

JAPANESE CHICKEN CURRY

Loading… This Japanese Chicken Curry is another favorite recipe you must try! It’s chicken curry with a slight twist of Japanese curry powder, apple, honey and soy. It’s a tempting, tasty new twist in a chicken curry. Note: For japanese curry powder: you can buy it in major groceries in Metro Manila. Just look for… Continue reading JAPANESE CHICKEN CURRY

Asian Food · Japanese Food

Japanese Kaki Fry Recipe (Deep fried Oyster)

Loading… This Japanese Kaki Fry Recipe (Deep fried Oyster) is like a golden oyster nuggets, crunchy on the outside and succulent on the inside. While kthers will describe it as simple as a breaded large oysters, deep fried in oil. With a final caption of “Crazy delicious!” You can’t go wrong with Japanese! Serve it… Continue reading Japanese Kaki Fry Recipe (Deep fried Oyster)

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HOMEMADE SUSHI CALIFORNIA MAKI

Loading… Ingredients: 3 half-sized seaweed sheets 1 portion Sushi rice 1 cucumber 1 avocado 150 g crab stick Wasabi sesame seeds, toasted fish roe (masago) 1 tsp mayonnaise or (creme fraiche) salt   Instructions: In a low heat stove, roast the seaweed sheets quickly on one side. Set aside. Peel and remove core of the… Continue reading HOMEMADE SUSHI CALIFORNIA MAKI

Cookies · Japanese Food · Pastries

Japanese Melon Pan

Loading… Japanese Melon pan is a Japanese pastry dessert. Crunchy on the outside and soft in the inside..so yummy! It’s as good as you can imagine it could be. You can slice it in the center and sandwich with a some matcha, vanilla or chocolate ice cream and drizzle with your favorite condensed milk or… Continue reading Japanese Melon Pan

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Gyoza (Japanese Pan-fried Dumplings)

Loading… Ingredients: Store-bought gyoza wrapper Oil, for pan-frying Water, for steaming Filling: 8 oz ground pork 2 oz cabbage, shredded and cut into small pieces 1 thumb-sized ginger, peeled and grated 1 clove garlic, peeled and grated 1/2 tablespoon cornstarch 1 1/2 tablespoons Mizkan (Bonito Flavored) Soup Base or 1 tablespoon soy sauce 1/2 tablespoon… Continue reading Gyoza (Japanese Pan-fried Dumplings)

Cakes and No Bake Cakes · Japanese Food

Matcha Cake with Kitkat

Loading… Ingredients • 3-4 kitkats • 100g mascarpone • 1 egg yolk • 3 tbsp honey • 100ml cream • 200g sponge cake • 2 tsp matcha green tea • 1 tsp soy sauce Garnish: (optional) Matcha Macarons Chocolate Bars Strawberries Instructions: In a large bowl, combine the mascarpone, egg yolk and honey. Mash down… Continue reading Matcha Cake with Kitkat

Chicken Recipes · Japanese Food

Chicken Tonkatsu

Loading… Ingredients: 2 chicken breasts 2 eggs 3/4 cup panko bread crumbs 1/4 cup flour garlic salt ( or salt and pepper ) shredded cabbage and onion, tomatoes for garnish Instructions: Prepare you side dish: Shred or slice strips of cabbage as thinly as possible (in most japanese restaurants it is as thin as thread).… Continue reading Chicken Tonkatsu

Cakes and No Bake Cakes · Japanese Food

Kasutera (Japanese Sponge Cake)

Loading… Ingredients 6 large eggs at room temperature 1 cup sugar 1 cup plus 2 1/2 tablespoons bread flour 6 tablespoons honey 3 tablespoons warm water Instructions: Coat two 7 1/2″x3 1/2″ bread loaf pans with cooking spray, then line with parchment paper. Place the eggs in a mixing bowl and whisk vigorously until combined… Continue reading Kasutera (Japanese Sponge Cake)

Asian Food · Japanese Food

CHICKEN TERIYAKI

  Ingredients:   1/2 kilo chicken thigh or breast, skin on and deboned 2/3 cup teriyaki sauce (Kikkoman) 1 tbsp sugar 1 tbsp cornstarch (dissolved in a few tbsp water) cooking oil 1 tsp sesame oil, (optional) 1 tsp sesame seed, toasted (optional)   Instructions: In a medium bowl, add teriyaki sauce and marinate the… Continue reading CHICKEN TERIYAKI

Asian Food · Beef Recipes · Japanese Food

BEEF GYUDON

Ingredients: 1⁄2 kg. beef, sliced thinly 1 pc. onion, sliced 1 pc. beef cube/buillon 2 cups water 3 tbsp. soy sauce 4 tbsp. sugar 1-2 tbsp sake 1-2 tsp ginger, grated 2 cups rice, cooked 1 pc. fresh egg *toppings: pickled ginger, sesame seeds, spring onions (optional) Instructions: Combine water with onion, beef cube/buillon, soy… Continue reading BEEF GYUDON

Japanese Food · Soups

JAPANESE MISO SOUP

Japanese 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 JAPANESE MISO SOUP

Beef Recipes · Japanese Food

Beef Teppanyaki

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 oil,… Continue reading Beef Teppanyaki

Holiday Recipes · Japanese Food · Seafood

Shrimp Tempura Recipe

The secret to making a delicious shrimp tempura isnʻt the shrimp. Itʻs the tempura batter. SHRIMP TEMPURA RECIPE PREP TIME: 40 MIN COOK TIME: 20 MIN YIELD: 10 INGREDIENTS: 10 Jumbo shrimp (the bigger the better. Thaw if they are frozen.) Tempura Batter: Flour (tempura flour) Panko breadcrumbs 3 scrambled eggs Tempura sauce ingredients: 1… Continue reading Shrimp Tempura Recipe

Japanese Food

HOW TO MAKE SPAM MUSUBI

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 side… Continue reading HOW TO MAKE SPAM MUSUBI