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Japanese Omuraisu Rice Omelet Recipe
Around the world, the egg omelet is filled with regional ingredients and of course, the Japanese fill their favorite version with rice!
Great Japanese Food Links
There are fantastic Japanese food sites by knowledgeable chefs, gastronomes and foodies on the Web that are rich in text, recipes and photographs. Be sure to check them out!
Okonomiyaki Japanese Vegetable Pancake Recipe
Often called a Japanese pizza, okonomiyaki is an economical egg-based dish that is really more like a cross between a vegetable omelet and a pancake. It is another popular street food.
Natto Fermented Soybeans
Fermented soybeans are made into various food products, but natto is a distinctively pungent Japanese food with a dubious reputation.
About Japanese Soy Sauce
Nearly every Asian country has its own version of soy sauce. Read how this essential ingredient is made and how to tell the difference between its variations.
Shoyu Chicken Recipe
Cooking meat in shoyu can result in a salty, tough dish. But this chicken is briefly poached in a very light soy sauce marinade and is moist and flavorful.
Spring Equinox Bota Mochi Recipe
A seasonal sweet traditionally eaten on the Equinoxes, bota mochi is steamed glutinous rice wrapped in sweet red bean paste.
Taiyaki Fish-Shaped Pastry Recipe
Taiyaki is similar to dorayaki (red bean paste filled pancake pastries) but cooked in a fish-shaped mold. Street vendors do a brisk business selling these popular treats.
Sweet red bean paste-filled pancakes are beloved pastries in Japan. They are easy to make at home.
Tsubushi-an and Shiro-an Recipes
Although sold in cans, this common sweet filling is simple to make using dried beans and sugar.
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