Food Fare: Japanese Recipes

Food Fare: Japanese Recipes


Amazake Almond Shake

Beni Shoga (Pickled Red Ginger)

Chachan (Fried Rice)

Chawanmushi (Egg Custard)

Chazuke (Green Tea Rice)

Chicken Teriyaki Bowls

Dashi (Kelp Stock)

Easy Sushi Rolls (California)

Gomashio (Toasted Sesame Seeds)

Gyoza (Pot Stickers)

Gyudon (Beef Bowl)

Jingisukan (Genghis Khan Stew)

Kara-age (Fried Chicken)

Kareh Raisu (Curry Stew)

Kasutera (Sponge Cake)

Keki Matcha (Green Tea Cake)

Kinoko No Aemono (Mushrooms in Scallion Dressing)

Kurigohan (Rice with Chestnuts)

Kyoto Iced Coffee

Misoshiru (Miso Soup)

Nikujyaga (Beef & Vegetable Stew)

Okonomi Yaki (Vegetable Pancakes)

Omuraisu (Rice Omelet)

Ramen Noodles (homemade)

Ramen Seasonings

Sekihan (Azuki Beans & Rice)

Senbei (Rice Crackers)

Shenanchie's Sushi

Shogayaki (Ginger Pork)

Spring Rolls

Sushi Rice

Tempura (Seafood & Vegetables)

Teriyaki Sauce

Tonkatsu (Pork Cutlets with Cabbage)

Tonkatsu Sauce

Tsukemono (Pickled Vegetables)

Wasabi Peas

Wasabi Sauce

Yakisoba (Deep-Fried Noodles with Pork)

Yakitori (Skewered Chicken)


Food Fare Culinary Collection: Japanese Culture & Cuisine


Shenanchie's Sushi: No Raw Fish Allowed!


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Food Fare Culinary Collection: Japanese Culture & Cuisine


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