Four seasons sushi roll recipe | Make Sushi
How to make four seasons sushi roll - Learn how to create stunning sushi dishes with the guidance of self-taught sushi chef, Davy Devaux.
Mochi à la crème de marron
For the English part, see below :) Si tu es un(e) habitué(e) du blog, tu connais déjà cette petite boule délicate que j’appelle aussi « daifuku », membre de…
Matcha Green Tea Cookies 抹茶クッキー • Just One Cookbook
Enjoy your afternoon tea with these buttery, crispy Matcha Green Tea Cookies. The unique flavor of matcha in the cookies is surprisingly delightful!
How To Make Bento お弁当の作り方 • Just One Cookbook
Have fun packing lunches with my comprehensive guide on How To Make Bento Boxes! Plenty of tips and tools here for you to get started.
Grilled Mackerel with Shio Koji 塩麹の鯖の塩焼き • Just One Cookbook
Low in calorie and rich in protein, this dish makes a lean and healthy option for everyday cooking. Marinating the mackerel with Shio Koji allows the flavor to permeate throughout the flesh. Also grilling the fish lends it a crispy light char and leaves the inner fillet meat ‘melt-in-your-mouth’ tender.
Omurice (Japanese Omelette Rice) オムライス • Just One Cookbook
Omurice is a classic Japanese Yoshoku recipe, savory chicken ketchup fried rice wrapped in a thin layer of egg.
Chicken Teriyaki (Video) チキン照り焼き
Juicy and tender chicken glazed in a flavorful homemade sauce, this classic Chicken Teriyaki prepared in the authentic Japanese cooking method will be on your dinner routine. No bottled teriyaki sauce needed!
Ochazuke with Salmon Flakes
Ochazuke is a popular Japanese dish in which hot tea is poured over cooked white rice. It is easy to make and could be enjoyed as a snack or light meal any time of the day. The flavor varies depend…
The Food Lab, Ramen Edition: How to Make Chashu Pork Belly
Japanese chashu gets its name from the bright red Chinese barbecued pork known as char siu—you know, the stuff you see hanging in windows or stuffed into steamed bao?—and it probably came to Japan from China around the same time that ramen itself did. But like ramen, it's undergone some major alterations over the centuries. Unlike char siu, which is made by painting slices of pork shoulder with a thick, sweet marinade and roasting it, Japanese chashu is a simmered dish made with pork belly…