For Guam locals who like spicy food, I recommend MENTAIKO rather than TARAKO!
In Japan, it is so popular that there are pasta restaurants specializing in mentaiko and tarako. The combination of mentsuyu and butter makes it easy to make Japanese-style pasta!
“Mentaiko PASTA [Level ★]” の続きを読む
The first rice bowl! OYAKODON (chicken and egg rice bowl) made with only chicken, onions and eggs.
Oyakodon is cooked in one pan where onions, chicken, and egg are simmered in an umami-rich dashi-based sauce. It is then poured over a bowl of fluffy steamed rice.
Simple, and delicious, this is the kind of one-bowl meal!
“OYAKODON [Level ★★]” の続きを読む
I’m trying to introduce Japanese recipes that are as easy as possible to make. This time, we’ll use ready-made red bean paste and try making SHIRATAMA!
SHIRATAMA flour is a familiar ingredient for making Japanese sweets, and is made from glutinous rice. The dumplings made withSHIRATAMA flour are chewy and sticky, with a glossy surface. They can be easily made by boiling them in water.
“ZENZAI(Shiratama) [Level ★★]” の続きを読む
[TERIYAKI] is a popular menu item in Guam, and you can easily make it at home with MENTSUYU.
Juicy and tender chicken glazed in a flavorful homemade sauce,this classic Chicken Teriyaki
prepared in the authentic Japanese cooking method no bottled teriyaki sauce needed!
“TERIYAKI CHICKEN [Level ★]” の続きを読む
Topped with sweet and spicy beef with [MENTSUYU], the onsen egg is even better if it’s a Japanese egg!
Beef udon [Niku Udon)]is a Japanese comfort dish made of tender sliced beef seasoned and stir fried on top of cold udon noodle in a savory dashi broth.Onsen Tamago literally means ‘hot spring eggs’ in Japanese. It create silky egg whites and custard-like yolk.
“NIKU UDON（COLD）[Level:Udon ★ / with Onsen Tamago ★★]” の続きを読む
Everyone loves potatoes, [Korokke].
The sweetness of the potatoes adds to the simple flavor of this Japanese Korokke. The meat and onions are fried in butter and well seasoned, so it is delicious even without the sauce. Shapes and sizes are flexible.
“Japanese KOROKKE [Level ★★]” の続きを読む