A fluffy pile of rice topped with sweet and salty thinly-sliced beef and caramelized onions that have been simmered together in sesame oil and beef stock. Add on a runny-yolk fried egg, sesame seeds, and freshly chopped green onion and you are in for some great flavor in these Japanese Beef and Rice Gyudon Bowls.
If you love eating Japanese food, but think the number of ingredients you don’t normally have in your pantry or the techniques are out of your comfort zone, this is the cookbook for you.
We always have rice on hand in our cupboards or a pot simmering on the stove, but sometimes we could use some inspiration on what to do with it. Discover these ten Japanese rice bowls with delicious toppings and mix-ins.
Peruvian food is super hot at the moment and Japanese food is always trending. Chef Ricardo Valverde is bringing the best of both worlds together at Ancora Restaurant.
Karaage is a Japanese-style fried chicken. They are best served immediately simply with wedges of lemon, as it adds a wonderful balance to the fried wings. You could also serve with a small bowl of Japanese mayonnaise and a bottle of Shichimi Togarashi to sprinkle for some added heat.
Within a year, Momotaro has already established itself as one of Chicago’s finest Japanese eateries.
A simple eggplant side dish can be made flavorful in just a few ingredients, including Japanese red miso paste and sake.
SoHo has delicious desserts, like Ansel’s famous cronuts, and gorgeous boutiques, but when it comes to finding a spot to refuel after a hefty – where do you go? Check out our favorite Japanese spots.
Miso noodles are perfect anytime of the year, especially on a rainy spring day. Stay in for dinner and enjoy a comforting bowl with bold Japanese flavors.
Coated in mochiko flour and fried, these delicious chicken-filled tacos with addictive umebashi mayo are crispy, tender and will have you dreaming of Maui.
This is a must-try flavor. Known for its amazing health benefits, you will feel great having more than one serving of matcha ice cream.
Healthy lunches don’t need to be bland with boring flavors. Cook delicious chicken breast soba noodles that are perfect to pack.
A simple, classic recipe that can still thrill tastebuds. This recipe has an extra salad which adds flavor but also helps to cut the richness of the beef.
Learn how to make the secret Japanese sauce to brush on your chicken skewers. Once grilled, relax and enjoy with sake.
Sunomono is a traditional Japanese dish marinated in vinegar, ginger, and soy sauce. Keep your kitchen cool with these cucumbers that require no cooking.
Okonomiyaki. Okay, technically it’s not barbeque but it’s close. Check out the making of the griddled Japanese favorite.
Full of antioxidants, matcha green tea chocolates are delicious, too.
Salt Grilled Mackerel or Saba Shioyaki is a popular seafood dishes served as an entrée or part of a bento combination in Japanese restaurants.
Learn to make the bento box staple at home, and without the use of store-bought teriyaki sauce.
The décor is modern and stripped of any superfluous adornment, just a perfect balance of color and symmetry inside: a feast for all the senses.
Temaris is a new sushi establishment that opened this past March that is making waves in the neighborhood of Brickell in Miami.
These fusion sliders are a unique twist on the classic burger and they work well as an appetizer for a party or a main course.
If you want to make these fortune cookies at home, you totally can. Try this awesome recipe.
In a little strip mall in Florida, there’s a tiny hole-in-the-wall called SooWoo Bistro that offers interesting Japanese Korean cuisine.
Elisa Gennari tries her hand at making homemade okonomiyaki – Japanese savoury pancakes.
When Brenda Benoit’s family gets a sudden hunger attack their first instinct is to head straight to Moon Thai & Japanese Cuisine.
In a tiny strip mall in the middle of Doral, there is a little surprise awaiting those who are willing to explore a different kind of Japanese fare.
The hugely popular Ippudo noodle shop in New York City is a fast paced Japanese culinary experience.
Brenda Benoit visits the upscale and modern Japanese Zuma Restaurant at their location in Miami.
Meatballs are quite a staple in Mediterranean kitchen, but this is an unexpected Eastern twist by Tamara Novacoviç
Wilson Mak with a simple but elegant crossover between asian and western finger food.
Toraya, confectionary supplier to the Japanese Imperial Family since the 16th century, is a must-visit for those with an appreciation for traditional Japanese sweets.