To be honest, this dish might seem kind of plain Jane boring, but I really love it. It’s made entirely in the rice cooker, so you can set it and forget it.
Just 3 ingredients and fresh corn flavor. You won’t miss the flour or cream in this classic Japanese soup.
You have to really love something to deep fry it and clean up after it. This tonkatsu pork recipe is that good due to this trademark Japanese ingredient.
Paint this umami-rich, miso-soy glaze onto your lingcod or other white fish fillet. It is only three ingredients and needs just 15 minutes to marinate.
Try this super quick, homemade, and oh so much better than anything you can buy ponzu sauce for oysters. Ready in as little as 1 minute and with just 4 ingredients.
OystEven if your mom wasn’t a good cook, you can still be an Iron Chef. Start by making this manila clams recipe inspired by Chef Morimoto.
Buckwheat soba noodles are healthy and easy to prepare, but what is in that dipping sauce they come with at Japanese restaurants?
When you don’t have a lot of time, clams are a dinner savior. You could simply steam them with white wine and garlic, but why not try this equally tasty version with pungent miso and sweet mirin.
That package of pre-cooked edamame from Costco is fine, but it’s just so bland. Spice them up with this easy edamame recipe, and you won’t be able to eat just one.
Marinate this fish ahead of time, forget about it, then cook it 2 days later. Broil in less than 15 minutes. Could it be any easier than that?