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  • Yakisoba


    Yakisoba is a very similar to Chinese stir fried noodles, and it is cooked with Vegetables and commonly Pork. The dish is seasoned with ‘Yakisoba Sauce’ which tastes like Worcestershire Sauce. Yakisoba is very simple to make and can be cooked on a large hotplate, by tossing the ingredients together as they fry. Makes 4 …

  • Somen & Hiyamugi

    Icy Cold Somen

    Somen are the thinnest Japanese noodles. It is easy to over cook. Follow the instruction. Standard cooking time is 2 minutes. Somen might be difficult to find for you. You can use Rice Vermicelli or Capellini (Angel Hair Pasta) instead. Makes 4 Servings Ingredients 4 servings Somen Noodles *OR Rice Vermicelli or Capellini (Angel Hair …

  • Miso Soup

    Basic Miso Soup

    Miso Soup is one of the traditional Japanese staple dishes. It is enjoyed with freshly cooked white rice. Here is the basic method how to cook Miso Soup. Dashi Stock is traditionally used, but there are various opinions. See ‘Dashi Stock’ page. Makes 4 Servings Ingredients 4 cups Dashi Stock *See ‘Dashi Stock’ page3 to …

  • Curry Pork

    Katsu Curry

    Serving everyone’s favourite Curry Rice with Tonkatsu (Pork Cutlets) would earn me greater gratitude. Chicken Katsu (Chicken Cutlets) go very well, too. Makes 4 Servings Ingredients 4 Tonkatsu (Fried Pork Cutlet)4 Servings Freshly Cooked Rice Curry Sauce1 tablespoon Oil1 to 2 Onions1 to 2 Potatoes1 Carrots550ml  Water *OR follow the instruction on the Curry Roux …

  • Sushi


    Sushi Rice is wrapped in seasoned Abura-age (thin Fried Tofu). You can buy already seasoned Abura-age called ‘Inari-zushi no Moto’ at many Asian grocery stores. They come in cans and plastic shrink wrapped bags. If you want to cook Abura-age by yourself, the recipe is here. Makes 12 Pieces Ingredients Sushi Rice (*cooked from 180ml x …

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