• Chicken

    Kara-age Chicken

    ‘Kara-age’ (kah-rah-ah-ge) is a Japanese cooking technique to cook meat and fish. Basically it is deep frying. There are loads of different recipes because every household has its own recipe. My recipe is a very basic one which involves marinating, and I use Egg as a coating ingredient. My husband always prefers Thigh Fillets and …

  • Chicken Tofu & Soy Protein

    Healthy Chicken & Tofu Burgers

    Chicken and Tofu are low in calories and high in protein. My mother used to make these healthy burgers more nutritious by adding lots of other veggies and mushrooms. I like to eat these burgers with ‘Ponzu’ mixed with grated Daikon Radish and a little bit Chilli. Another healthy sauce is dashi-based soy sauce flavoured …

  • Chicken

    Chicken Balls

    Mix everything together and drop tablespoonfuls into boiling stock to cook, then season the stock as you like. You can enjoy these nutritious Chicken Balls with delicious soup. You may wish to add some cooked noodles or rice to make this dish a filling meal. Makes 4 Servings Ingredients 400 to 500g Chicken Mince1 small …

  • Chicken Clear Soup

    Chicken Ball Soup

    Drop Chicken Ball mixture into boiling Dashi Stock OR Chicken Stock to cook. It is an easy yet very nutritious soup. Adding Udon Noodles and some extra Vegetables makes this soup a very satisfying meal. Makes 4 Servings Ingredients 4 cups Dashi Stock or Chicken Stock1 teaspoon Salt1 tablespoon Soy Sauce Chicken Balls 200 to …

  • Takikomigohan

    Chicken Takikomigohan

    ‘Takikomigohan’ is a Japanese rice dish commonly seasoned with Dashi and Soy Sauce. Just cook Rice and Chicken and other ingredients in a rice cooker. The ingredients can be Vegetables, Mushrooms, Meat, Fish and Seafood that are cooked with the rice. Makes 4 to 6 Servings Ingredients 3 cups (*180ml cup) Rice Total of 400 …

  • Hot Pot & Hot Plate

    Yose Nabe

    Chicken and Seafood are cooked in a soy flavoured dashi, with Vegetables and Mushrooms in this ‘Nabe (Pot)’ dish. We often eat them with Ponzu dipping sauce. Sometimes we cook these ingredients in stronger flavoured dashi, and eat them without dipping sauce. This is a great dish to entertain my friends. Makes 4 Servings Ingredients …

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