Easy Japanese Recipes
Japanese or Japanese fusion recipes you can try at home! They are simple to make and you can make them whenever you are craving a certain delish dish!
Easy Japanese Recipes
Matcha Lattes are a delicious substitute for coffee in the morning or a comforting treat on a cold afternoon.
For a special occasion or for a special someone, these almond matcha cookies are a very nice gesture. They are easy to make, delicious and, well...matcha! Need I say more?
Chiffon cakes are super fluffy and soft cakes that make for a great dessert to serve when you have guests over. It is simple to make and delicious to eat. Have you ever dreamt of biting into a matcha cloud? This is as good as it gets!
Matcha is a powerful aliment that is consumed often in Japan. It was traditionally drank during the tea ceremony, but since it has grown in popularity, it can be drank in a wide variety of ways! Matcha is a powerful antioxidant and can be consumed every day in smoothies to receive its many health benefits.
Crème Brûlée is such a delicious treat and is always an exciting dessert to order at the restaurant. But have you ever tried making it at home? It's surprisingly easy! Let's try making it!
Kaninabe is a Japanese hot pot very popular in the winter season. Since crabs are often expensive, not cheap at least, kaninabe is regarded as a special nabe dish compared to other nabe dishes. The broth is made from crab shells is extremely good. For a special winter day, why don't you try a special kind of nabe?
"Kiritanpo" is a traditional dish of Akita made from freshly harvested rice. Did you actually know that it's not difficult to make kiritanpo on your own? Kiritanpo is delicious eaten by itself but more enjoyable when added into nabe, a Japanese hot pot dish. This post will introduce both kiritanpo and kiritanpo nabe recipes you can try on your own.
Have ever heard of "Mizutaki"? Mizutaki is a kind of nabe, a Japanese hot pot enjoyable in winter. It was originally made in Hakata, Fukuoka. The unique name "Mizutaki" comes from the way you cook. This post will not only introduce mizutaki itself but also some easy recipes.
"Nabeyaki udon" is a popular kind of Japanese noodle dish often eaten in winter. The difference between ordinary udon is that you make the dish using hot pots. Since the pot is directly heated, you get to enjoy your winter udon dish hot until the moment you finish eating. This post will introduce the easiest nabeyaki udon recipe you can try on your own.