Archive for April 3rd, 2019

  • Potato

    Sweet Miso Baby Potatoes

    Baby Potatoes are often sold in microwavable plastic bags, already washed and ready to be cooked. We can eat the skin as well, so those small juicy potatoes are perfect for busy people. They go so well with any seasoning, but have you tried them with this sweet miso sauce? Makes 2 to 4 Servings …

  • Vegetables

    Shungiku (Edible Chrysanthemum) Salad

    This is a typical Japanese salad called ‘Sunomono’, that means ‘vinegared dish’. The most common Japanese salad dressing is made with Salt, Sugar and Vinegar. For Shungiku (Edible Chrysanthemum) salad, I definitely add some Soy Sauce. A little bit of Japanese Mustard or Sesame Oil would be a nice addition. ‘Sunomono’ is usually served in …

  • Fish Takikomigohan

    Wakame & Salmon Takikomigohan

    This is another ‘Takikomigohan’ dish that can be cooked using a canned fish. This time I used a Canned Red Salmon. I wanted to add some Hijiki, but Hijiki is quite hard to find where I live. So, I added Dried Chopped Wakame as they are, without rehydrating it. Wow… I was amazed at how …

  • Egg Vegetables

    Stir-fried Tomatoes & Egg

    Tomatoes were on special and I bought some, but they were absolutely bad tomatoes to my disappointment. They were sour and hard. I decided to stir-fry them. I didn’t have and Seafood to cook ‘Prawns Tomatoes & Egg Stir-fry’, so I added Black Fungus. My family enjoyed this dish very much. Makes 4 Servings Ingredients …

  • Donburi (Rice Bowl)

    ‘Tamago’ Don

    ‘Tamago’ is egg in Japanese. This dish is the chicken-less version of ‘Oyako’ Don. You only need 2 Eggs, 1/4 Onion and cooked rice. It can be prepared so quickly and cheaply, and still quite filling and nutritious. You can add some other vegetables or Asian mushrooms. Makes 1 Serving Ingredients 1/4 cup Water1/8 teaspoon …

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