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

Kabocha no Nimono (Simmered Japanese Pumpkin) <Easy Recipe>

Kabocha, also known as "Japanese pumpkin", is a common autumn vegetable which can be used in a variety of dishes and desserts. Most usually, they are simmered in a sweet and savory soup and served as a side dish, this dish is called "kabocha no nimono". Here is the authentic recipe you should try, which makes the vegetable even more delicious.

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Omurice Recipe With Delicious Demi-Glace Sauce

You definitely should try this amazing Japanese dish at home! Omurice, basically fried rice wrapped in an omelet, is one of Japan's favorite and is served at many restaurants. You can easily make it with simple ingredients at home.

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Tsujiri Yatsuhashi: A Matcha Flavored Yatsuhashi Hits Kyoto!

The famous Tsujiri brand is now making a matcha-flavored yatsuhashi, a type of wagashi (traditional Japanese dessert) that is basically a rice dumpling stuffed with red bean paste and folded in a triangular shape. This type of wagashi is available in various flavors. Yatsuhashi has the perfect amount of chewiness and goes perfectly with green tea.

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CafeHopper

Taco Rice: Japan's Take On Tex-Mex Food!

Taco rice is a popular dish in Japan that originates from Okinawa. Simply put, it's taco filling on a bowl of rice with a few Japanese twists! Here's a brief presentation of what it is and how to make it!

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What Is Gyudon and 2 Easy Recipes You Should Try

Gyudon is a rice bowl dish topped with simmered beef and onions that is commonly eaten in Japan. It is absolutely great and also easy to make. Gyudon recipes usually require dashi (Japanese cooking broth) and sake (alcohol), but you probably don't have them. So, I'll introduce two recipes, one without dashi and the other without sake.

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haru

Japanese Kombu Cha: A Delicious Tea Made From Seaweed!

Seaweed is an important element of Japanese cuisine. However, outside of Japan, few people know what kinds of seaweeds are consumed and how they are consumed. Many foreigners are surprised to know that seaweed can be the basic flavor of a simple tea infusion called kombu cha. Here is an introduction to the Japanese seaweed tea!

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Imagawayaki (今川焼き): Recipe and All You Need To Know About This Edo Era Japanese Street Dessert!

Imagawayaki is a type of Japanese dessert made of a pancake-like coating and an adzuki sweet bean filling. You'll find in this article the explanation of what it is, where to find it in Tokyo and even a recipe for you to try at home!

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matcha

How to Make Japan's Greatest Sandwich, the Katsu Sando!

Sandwiches are, of course not, a traditional food in Japan. Nevertheless, ever since the Japanese have adopted this element of the Western food culture, they have been very creative in the way they make them! The "katsu sando" is one of those great Japanese adaptations that so many people love. Here's how to make it.

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Coffee Jelly: recipe and where to try this delicious Japanese treat!

Jelly desserts are quite popular in Japan. Among them the coffee jelly stands out as a great summertime treat! You can find them practically everywhere at Japanese coffee shops (some popular ones introduced below), and if you'd like to know how to make it at home, please continue reading for a simple recipe!

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