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BAM 40: Ikura Don (Salmon Roe Rice Bowl), Shitake and Green Onion Osumashi and Salad.

BAM 39: Teriyaki Chicken, Okara salad, Daikon with Chirimen jyako and Rice.

BAM 38: Shake (Salmon) Rice, Satoimo and shimeji miso shiru, hiyayakko with komatsuna and salmon skin daikon oroshi

BAM 37: Sui-gyoza 3 (3 of 3)

BAM 36: Sui-gyoza 2 (2 of 3)

BAM 35: Cabbage Salad with Sesame Dressing, Suigyoza Soup, Eggplant and Bell Pepper Miso Stir fry and Rice

Matsutake Gohan

BAM 33: Yakiniku, Kimchi, Kimchee, Soy Bean Soup and Rice

BAM 32: Wafū Pasta 3: Sansai (Mountain Vegetable) Pasta

BAM 31: Nasu no Tuskemono (Fast and Easy), Turkey Hijiki Niku Dango (Meat Ball), Negitama (Egg and green onion) Miso Soup and Rice

Cooking Perfect Stove Top Japanese Rice (Update)

BAM 30: Okonomiyaki (American-Kitchen)

BAM 29: Okonomiyaki (Buta Tama) (Easy Breezy)

BAM 28: Classic Osaka-Style Okonomiyaki (Buta tama)

BAM 27: Hiyashi Chuka

BAM 26: Southern-Japanese Build-a-Meal featuring Fried Chicken with Umeboshi Honey Dipping Sauce, Tofu Macaroni Salad and Okara Cornbread

BAM 25: Vegan Build-a-Meal Nagaimo Pancake, Lemon Daikon, Myoga and Red Potato Miso Soup and Rice.

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articles tagged: Soy Sauce

Ohitashi
Ohitashi is traditionally made with spinach but other green leafy vegetables can be used. There's nothing fancy about this dish but over the years I've become more fond of it. There are no special cooking techniques involved here, although you will want to make sure you don't over cook the spinac...
11/17/2010 Katsuobushi Soy Sauce Spinach
Tamago Osuimono
Matsutake gohan should only be paired with an osuimono for two reasons: 1) They are both fancy foods and 2) you don't want a strong miso soup flavor to over power the matsutake. I was inspired by a recipe I found on Cookpad (Mammaru Tamagodofu no osuimono ), although I found it to be too salty so...
11/15/2010 Dashijiru Katsuobushi Soy Sauce Carrot Wakame Egg Sugar
Matsutake Gohan
Celebrate fall with matsutake. The most frugal way to enjoy your not so frugal mushrooms is matsutake gohan. This build-a-meal is a little bit gouka (fancy) because of the matsutake but is also very simple being comprised of mostly vegetables. I would recommend making the kyuri and ume kounomono ...
11/12/2010 Soy Sauce Rice Matsutake
BAM 32: Wafū Pasta 3: Sansai (Mountain Vegetable) Pasta
This pasta recipe is for a friend who told me that sansai pasta is her favorite wafū pasta. She said she had it at a Japanese restaurant, and although I have never been to that restaurant, I imagined that it would taste something like this. I thought about putting age (fried tofu) in it and also ...
10/26/2010 Soy Sauce Wafu Pasta Sansai Mix Sake Butter Pasta
BAM 27: Hiyashi Chuka
Hiyashi Chuka is one of my absolute favorite things to eat. I will never forget the first time I had it. My grandmother and grandfather had just arrived from Japan and were unpacking their large bulky suit cases in the kitchen because of course 1/3 of their luggage was food from Japan. Back then,...
10/1/2010 Dashijiru Soy Sauce Shoga Kyuri Chicken Egg Sesame Seed Oil Ramen Noodles Kinshi Tamago Kanikama
BAM 25: Vegan Build-a-Meal Nagaimo Pancake, Lemon Daikon, Myoga and Red Potato Miso Soup and Rice.
BAM 25: Vegan Build-a-meal Nagaimo Pancake,Lemon Daikon ,Myoga and Red Potato Miso Soup andRice. I often hear people tell me that Japanese food isn't very vegetarian or vegan friendly and I would agree only because dashi (fish and kelp stock) is hidden in almost everything. I would however arg...
9/9/2010 Soy Sauce Nagaimo Sesame Seed Oil Yamaimo Kombucha Nori
BAM 24: Yakionigiri Ochazuke
This meal was inspired by Seiroku Honda who was a famous author, botanist and landscape designer who designed many national parks in Japan during the Meiji Era (1868-1912). His story begins when he goes to Germany to study abroad and returns to Japan to become an assistant professor at Tokyo Univ...
8/28/2010 Soy Sauce Rice Sesame Seed Oil Sesame Seed Green onions Ginger Vegan
Chicken Karaage
Who doesn't like fried chicken? Japanese fried chicken or Chicken Karaage differs somewhat from the Colonel's recipe. Japanese fried chicken is cut up into bite size pieces, well more like 2-3 bites per piece. It's also flavored with soy sauce, sugar, sake and/or mirin. The main difference is in ...
8/16/2010 Soy Sauce Katakuriko Sake Chicken
BAM 18: Sansai Gohan (Mountain Vegetable Rice) and Tonjiru
BAM 18:Sansai Gohan and Tonjiru (Pork andGobo ) miso soup. When I think of this rice, I think of fighting with my brother on who got to do the dishes that night. My brother and I took turns washing dishes every other night and since Japanese food usually has many small dishes, both of us always...
8/1/2010 Dashijiru Soy Sauce Sansai Mix Sake
Ingredient in the Spotlight: Sanbaizu
三杯酢:三(3) 杯(counter for cupfuls) 酢(Vinegar) The definition of sanbaizu is equal parts, vinegar, soy sauce and mirin, however in actuality, it is typically made with a 3:1:2 ratio of rice vinegar, soy sauce and sugar. There are many recipes that call for different combinations. I prefer a 5:1:2 rat...
7/28/2010 Soy Sauce Vinegar Sanbaizu
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Soy Sauce [25]
Dashijiru [23]
Rice [19]
Daikon [14]
Egg [14]
Vegan [13]
Sesame Seed Oil [12]
Chicken [11]
Katsuobushi [11]
Kyuri [9]
Shiso [9]
Shoga [8]
Tofu [8]
Sake [8]
Mayonnaise [8]
Miso [8]
Garlic [7]
Beef [7]
Cabbage [7]
Vegetarian [7]
Vinegar [6]
Pork [6]
Miso soup [6]
Mirin [6]
Sesame Seeds [5]
Green Onion [5]
Sugar [5]
Tomato [5]
Hakusai [5]
Umeboshi [5]

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