OKONOMIYAKI baked in a frying pan.
A fluffy and thick OKONOMIYAKI. A frying pan is actually recommended to cook it like a specialty restaurant. This time, I cooked each piece in a frying pan (8 inches in diameter). It’s easy to shape and the thickness comes out well. As for the toppings, please use Japanese mayonnaise!
“OKONOMIYAKI (Japnaenes Style pancake) [Level ★★]” の続きを読む
Spare Ribs Stewed in Japanese Style.
Just add the ingredients and simmer for two hours to make tender spare ribs that are tender to the touch. This is a different style of spare ribs from the ones that are marinated in sweet sauce.
“RIBS STEW (Japanese style) [Level ★★]” の続きを読む
How to Cook Delicious White Rice
In this article, we carefully explains how to cook rice in a rice cooker.
We use Tokyo Mart blend KOSHIHIKARI rice.
“RICE [Level★]” の続きを読む
KARAAGE is very popular among children and adults of all ages.
Karaage Chicken is one of the most popular Japanese dishes not only within Japan but abroad as well. Chicken pieces are deep fried twice to make them crunchy on the outside and juicy inside.
“KARAAGE (CHICKEN) [Level ★]” の続きを読む
Chilled Chinese food is Japanese food!
It is a summer staple menu that was created by Japan’s climate blessed with delicious water.
“HIYASHI CHUKA [Level ★]” の続きを読む
Just one frying pan and you can easily make KINPIRA!
KINPIRA is a Japanese cooking style that can be summarized as a technique of “sauté and simmer”.
It is commonly used to cook root vegetables and even meat.
“KINPIRA (LOTUS ROOT) [Level ★]” の続きを読む