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Miso Yaki Recipes
"Yaki” means grilled; hence “miso yaki” is a grilled or broiled dish with a miso paste seasoning. The Japanese adore miso-flavored foods.
Mochi Ice Cream Recipe
Here is a popular new mochi creation: ice cream-filled mochi balls! Fill with any flavor of ice cream flavor you like.
Mochi-making once was a communal effort similar to a barn-raising. Folks gathered to help pound and form the mochi, each sharing the results.
Nabeyaki Udon Recipe
Served in a donabe or ceramic pot to help hold in the heat, thick udon noodles in broth are topped with a variety of ingredients including a raw egg that poaches in the broth.
Nanakusa Gayu Seven Herb Rice Soup
The seventh day of the New Year (January 7th) is an auspicious day celebrated with this seven herb soup that is said to calm an upset stomach.
Natto Fermented Soybeans
Fermented soybeans are made into various food products, but natto is a distinctively pungent Japanese food with a dubious reputation.
Nikujaga Beef and Potato Stew Recipe
A stew usually cooks for hours in order to tenderize tougher cuts of meat, but in this Japanese stew, the meat is thin and tender so it is ready to eat in a short amount of time.
Nishime Japanese Stew Recipe
Nishime is a Japanese stew filled with lotus root, burdock, kelp and other delicious ingredients.
O-chazuke Simple Rice and Tea
Pouring hot tea over rice once was a way to collect the last rice that stuck to the bowl, but many people enjoy ochazuke (rice and tea) as a humble yet satisfying meal when it is accompanied by simple okazu (side dishes).
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.
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