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Sake no Miso Yaki or Grilled Miso Salmon Recipe
Miso paste makes a delicious seasoning for grilled chicken and salmon
Sata Andagi Okinawa Doughnuts Recipe
Sata andagi are sweet, crusty fried dough balls similar to doughnuts.
Scrambled Tofu Recipe
Tofu makes a delicious, high-protein, vegetarian scramble. Serve this traditional Japanese dish with or without steamed rice.
Secrets of Making Light and Lacy Tempura
The technique of deep frying battered foods came from Portuguese traders but the Japanese made it their own with a special technique that results in a light and lacy tempura. No panko or bread crumbs required.
Shabu Shabu Recipe
Literally meaning “swish-swish” or the sound made as you swish meats and vegetables in the simmering broth, shabu shabu is a table-top, cook-it-yourself dish that is entertaining and delicious.
Shiratama Dango Recipe
These soft white balls of glutinous rice are eaten in both sweet and savory dishes.
Shirokuma Polar Bear Shaved Ice Recipe
Shirokuma means polar bear. Its name comes from the white color of the sweetened condensed milk in the recipe.
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.
Shoyu Ramen Recipe
Even if you don't make your ramen (chukamen) noodles from scratch, do try to make your own ramen broth. The difference between instant ramen soup packets and homemade is similar to that of instant bouillon cubes and rich, homemade stock.
Shrimp Balls Recipe
These taste like shrimp tempura in a little ball. Easier and faster to cook than tempura, they make welcome appetizers or light dinner.
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