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!
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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!
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[MOCHI] is a Japanese rice cake made of mochigome, glutinous rice, pounded into a paste.
Mochi is a traditional Japanese food.The chewy texture of the mochi contrasts well with crispy pizza crust.
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[INARI SUSHI] is very popular among Guam’s locals!
Cooking fried tofu is time-consuming, so having pre-cooked fried tofu is convenient.
This is a gorgeous party menu with simple toppings.
Tokyo Mart’s value packs are perfect for parties.
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「Nikujaga」 is one of the most popular Japanese comfort food
The dish of the day is 「Nikujaga」, a classic Japanese family dish using Mentsuyu. Mentsuyu, or sometimes called Tsuyu (つゆ), is a Japanese soup base used in soba and udon noodle dishes. It’s made from sake, mirin, soy sauce, kombu, and katsuobushi (dried bonito flakes). With umami-packed dashi in the mixture, we use Mentsuyu as a basic sauce or broth for many Japanese dishes. Our recipe using Mentsuyu and you can add sugar as you like.
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