Curious about soba? In this post discover share everything you need to know-including how to make them at home!
Need a new tantanmen recipe? These somen noodles might be just what you’re looking for if you enjoy a bit of spicy flavor or heat with a little bit of cool, creamy texture, just in time for summer. But any time of the year really….
Are you looking for a unique way to spice up enoki mushrooms ? I’ve got you covered! Today, we’ll make enoki mushrooms in three different delicious ways. Perhaps at the end of this, you’ll have figured out your favorite way to prepare it. Is enoki mushroom a great addition to your cooking? Enoki mushrooms are my
Are you looking for a new way to enjoy Konnyaku? Well, you’ve come to the perfect place because today we’ll show you how to make Konnyaku three different ways. And I’m guessing it won’t be just three because you will be getting a bonus dish using the same ingredient. Let’s go, ikuzo! What got me
otsukemono (japanese pickles) as you may know, otsukemono is the Japanese word for Japanese pickles. otsukemono comes in many different flavors, as well as forms, shapes, sizes, colors, etc. some of the simplest otsukemono tend to be made with very few ingredients, namely the vegetable that you’re going to be pickling, as well as
my relationship with wasabi when i was a kid i hated wasabi. i think most kids do and some adults too. could that be you? it definitely didnt help that most of the wasabi i got to eat was the fake kind – made with horseradish and green food coloring. and dont be fooled,
what is namuru? namul is actually a dish that orginates from Korea. if you’re familiar with korean cuisine and or have eating at a korean restaurant, chances are you’ve had some type of namul as part of your banchan or korean appetizer spread (my favorite part of korean meals!) while i enjoy korean namul
would you enjoy a simple Japanese salad? how about if you got to enjoy it with one of the tastiest japanese style dressings? today we’re making one of my favorites with my favorite fermented ingredient – shiokoji. Shiokoji Salad Dressing made simple I have a couple of special ingredients that you may not have had
Vegetable soup with shirataki noodles do you enjoy the vehicle or the flavor? why not both? here’s a light and flavorful vegetable noodle soup where you can actually taste the ingredients for what they are. if you eat a lot of vegetables perhaps you enjoy the natural flavors they provide. sometimes sweet, sometimes bitter
Here’s a new shirataki noodle recipe for you to try – shirataki noodles cooked with a colorful vegetable medley, lightly stir fried with a subtle accent of sesame flavor and aroma. Shirataki noodle stir fry like i mentioned in my previous post, shirataki noodles (miracle noodles) can be seasoned in various ways these stir fried
Shirataki noodles and the magical combination of sesame soy sauce come together like long lost lovers. Have you ever had a noodle so good you wish you had double or triple the amount? This might very well be the shirataki noodle recipe you’ve been looking for – all your life! Shirataki noodles might be
5 things to avoid next time you’re making a Japanese side dish, also known as okazu. Japanese side dishes We’re gonna be talking about five things to avoid doing next time you make your Japanese side dishes so that they can be a beautiful and delicious success. Plus, I got a new technique for
Japanese rice bowl dishes and five plant-based tips that you can start using for your next Japanese rice bowl meal. Japanese rice bowls are also known as donburi. And as you might imagine, rice bowls are one of the simplest and tastiest meals that you could ever make. Or are they? Yes they are. You
looking for a new and tasty way to enjoy those jiggly konnyaku blocks? here’s one of my favorite Japanese recipes that calls for king mushroom and konyakku together! how about that? Konnyaku and King mushrooms together curious what konnyaku and king mushroom (eryngii) have in common? both of these tasty ingredients have a few things