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Great as snacks at a party or as part of a larger feast, nori rolls are not hard to make with a bamboo roller. These are filled with avocado, tofu and cucumber.
Soba noodles are made with buckwheat and have a lovely flavour and texture. Here they are marinated and served with julienned vegetables for a lovely cold salad.
This is a basic Japanese appetiser intended to whet the appetite before the main course. You've probably had it in Japanese restaurants.
I have always liked the idea of making my own sushi but not the idea of using raw fish. This smoked salmon recipe is a great compromise.
Miso is not just used in Japanese food, this is a recipe from Korea which also includes tofu, zucchini, mushrooms and onions.
Domburi is a Japanese dish, the name of which originally referred to the bowl in which it was cooked, and Yakitori domburi is traditionally a one-pot meal of chicken and rice. The addition of buk choy will increase your daily vegetable count.
Japanese Curry, tasty and simple. Japanese curries use a roux instead of a sauce and this recipe also has a roux recipe. You can also buy instant Japanese curry roux. Another serving option is to exclude the chicken and serve over a crumbed pork schnitzel.
Sushi rolls look amazing and they are not as hard to make as you think. This version is good because it doesn't involve any raw fish or unusual flavours.
This is a Japanese classic dish that everybody loves, casual, home-style cooking. It reminds me of home, deli and casual dining where I used go to.When I miss Japanese food, this is one of my recipe that I would cook at home.
Cucumber sunomono are the quickest and easiest of the Japanese pickles. Serve as a salad, an entree or even in sandwiches.