spinach

  • Potato Vegetables

    Spinach, Lettuce & Potato Chips Salad

    Believe it or not, my ‘Carrot & Potato Chips Salad’ is one of the most accessed recipes on this website. I think Potato Chips (Crisps) is an underestimated ingredient. Many people add Croutons to salads. Why not Potato Chips? Please choose good quality REAL Potato Chips. Do not use heavily processed potato-based chips. Makes 4 …

  • Sushi

    Soboro Mixed Inari-zushi

    In Japan, when we make Inari-zushi, that is Sushi Rice wrapped in seasoned Abura-age (Thin Fried Tofu), we often mix some extra ingredients with Sushi Rice. Common ingredients are hard to find where I live, so I mixed ‘Soboro’ made with Chicken Mince or Pork Mince. Makes 12 Pieces Ingredients 2 cups (180ml cup) Japanese …

  • Bread Cheese Egg

    Quick & Toasty Bacon Quiche

    If you want to eat Cheesy Quiche for late breakfast or lunch, this ‘Quick & Toasty Bacon Quiche’ can be cooked in 15 minutes. You don’t need the oven. All you need is a frying pan. Absolutely easy to cook and delicious! Makes 1 Serving Ingredients 1 thick slice Bread *about 2.5cm thick1 to 2 …

  • Harusame & Rice Noodles Vegetables

    Spinach & Wakame Harusame Salad

    One of my family’s TOP 3 warm day dishes is ‘Harusame Salad’. Cucumber is an essential ingredient to make it, but I didn’t have it when I craved it on the other day. So I used totally different ingredients with same flavour dressing. The result was brilliant! Makes 2 Servings Ingredients 100g Harusame Noodles2 tablespoons …

  • Vegetables

    Spinach, Beetroot & Fetta Salad

    This is one of my Top 5 favourite salads. You don’t need any salad dressing for this salad. I only use some good quality Olive Oil, Salt and freshly ground Black Pepper. The sweetness and sourness from Canned Beetroots, and saltiness of delicious Fetta Cheese are good enough when combined with Baby Spinach. So easy! …

  • Beef Donburi (Rice Bowl)

    Beef & Spinach Rice Bowl

    When I cook thinly sliced meat, I often coat them with Potato Starch Flour. You can use Corn Starch instead. The layer of the starch will turn jelly like when mixed with the sauce, and the meat slices are seasoned better, and the texture is nice. It’s a very small extra effort. I totally recommend …

  • Beef Sushi

    Yakiniku Sushi Rolls

    Sushi Rolls shops can be seen everywhere in Australia. They are very popular and they are becoming more creative with the fillings. It seems meat are more popular than raw fish. Here are my Korean-inspired Yakiniku Sushi Rolls. Makes 5 to 6 Rolls Ingredients 3 cups (180ml cup) Short Grain Sushi Rice72 ml Rice Vinegar60g …

  • Other Soup Vegetables

    Green Vegetable Soup

    Don’t judge it by its colour. This soup is absolutely delicious! I first made this soup by adding some green vegetables to ‘My Mother’s Potato Soup’ to make it more nutritious. You should add as many different green vegetables as you have. I love to add Broad Beans that makes a huge difference. The more …

  • Egg Spaghetti & Pasta

    Gnocchi With Egg & Spinach

    Gnocchi and Asian flavoured sauces can go very well together. I often cook them with Soy Sauce. This is one of my favourite Gnocchi dishes. It is very simple and easy to cook, yet nutritious and delicious. If you love Gnocchi, why don’t you try it? Makes 2 Servings Ingredients 2 servings Gnocchi3 to 4 …

  • Zōsui (Rice Soup)

    Green Rice Soup

    Leftover cooked rice that has turned dry and hard like sand grains. What do you cook with it? Rice soup is a good option. Try this Green Rice Soup. It is very easy and quick to prepare. The key ingredients are Edamame (Young Soy Beans) and Nori. Soft Tofu or Egg can be added. Makes …

  • Beef Sukiyaki Udon

    Quick & Easy Sukiyaki Udon

    ‘Sukiyaki’ is one of the most famous Japanese dishes. ‘Sukiyaki’ is cooked on the dinner table as we eat. As things are eaten, we add more ingredients and sauce, and keep cooking until everyone is satisfied. Towards the end of the meal, as the sauce in the pan has developed great flavour, we often add …

  • Harusame & Rice Noodles Vegetables

    Harusame With Walnut Miso Sauce

    Sweet Miso & Walnut Sauce is very versatile. You can add it to Grilled Tofu or Grilled Eggplant. You can mix it with vegetables such as ‘Kurumi-ae Spinach’, or with Harusame noodles like this dish. Walnuts can be replaced by Toasted Sesame Seeds or other toasted nuts. Makes 4 Servings Ingredients 100g Harusame Noodles1 Carrot …

  • Beef Spaghetti & Pasta

    Beef & Spinach Spaghetti Garlic Soy Sauce

    I love Spaghetti cooked in Japanese flavours and this is one of my favourites. You can replace Beef with other protein, but I think Beef tastes the best in this dish. I use Washed & Ready-To-Use Baby Spinach as it is widely available in Australia. Naturally you can use other green leafy vegetables. Makes 2 …

  • Curry Tofu Vegetables

    Tofu Soboro Green Curry

    On the other day I heard a popular Radio show personality was talking about Tofu. He said that Tofu was tasteless and disgusting. I wanted to cook Tofu for him! I like Tofu’s natural taste. Tofu is so versatile and can be seasoned in many different flavours. Here is another Tofu dish. In this Green …

  • Tofu Vegetables

    Tofu, Spinach & Carrot ‘Goma-ae’

    One of the most popular Japanese dishes is ‘Goma-ae’, the dishes of vegetables mixed with the sweet ‘Goma-ae’ sauce. You can find a variety of ‘Goma-ae’ recipes on my website, as I cook them very often. This time I added Tofu to make the dish even more nutritious. Makes 4 to 6 Servings Ingredients 1 …

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