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Guruten (Gluten) Stir Fry

Tofu Shirataki Salad (Gluten free Cold Noodle Salad)


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: Pork

Suigyoza isn't that difficult to make but it does take some time to prepare, especially if you make the wrappers. The time is well worth it because the wrappers are tsuru tsuru puri puri. They have a slightly chewy consistency and are slippery from being boiled in water or soup. The leftovers are...
11/23/2010 Pork Beef Garlic Cabbage Sesame Seed Oil Ginger Flour Nira
BAM 19: Tanin Don
Tannin Don is similar toOyako Don in that the seasonings are the same except that the chicken is substituted with either pork or beef. Most of the time I see pork as the substitute but beef is also very good. The reason it's called Tanin Don is because the pork or beef and the egg are not related...
8/4/2010 Rice Pork Onions Mistuba
Tonjiru (Pork and Gobo) Miso Soup
Tonjiru is a soup made with pork and miso which is evident in it's name Ton(pork) and jiru(soup). Sometimes it is also called buta (pig) jiru(soup). It usually has gobo and other vegetables but the choice in vegetables is a personal choice. This soup first started to appear sometime during the Me...
8/2/2010 Pork Gobo Miso
BAM 14: Gyoza (pot stickers) the way the Restaurant Chefs make them, Pancetta Fried Rice, Noodle Soup
Gyoza is traditionally a Chinese food but it has become a favorite in Japanese restaurants throughout Japan. There are countless versions of gyoza, such as seafood, chicken, pork, beef or aibikuniku (mix of beef and pork) and vegetarian. I went to a "Gyoza Stadium" in Japan, (a food theme park) t...
7/16/2010 Pork Shoga Beef Garlic Cabbage Gyoza Wrappers Video
Nikujyaga (Japanese meat and potatoes)
This is the conclusion recipe for the second build-a-meal. Nikujyaga is the Japanese version of meat and potatoes. It reminds me of a hearty home cooked dish that deserves a weekly appearance at the dinner table. You know, like meat loaf Fridays. Nikujyaga is often prepared with beef and potatoes...
5/20/2010 Dashijiru Pork Shoga Beef Potatoes
Shogayaki (ginger) pork and cabbage.
This is the conclusion recipe for the first Build-a-Meal (BAM). Ingredients 300 grams of thinly sliced pork (sukiyaki style*) 1 medium onion chopped 2 Tablespoons of flour 1/8 teaspoon of ground nutmeg 1 Tablespoon of oil for frying Sauce ingredients 2 Tablespoons + 1 teaspoon of regular soy s...
5/15/2010 Pork Shoga
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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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