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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: Katsuobushi

Nabe
When I think of the quintessential winter time dish, it has to be nabe ryori. Nabe is Japanese hot pot and like most hot pot dishes, you can put anything in it. It's like the Asian version of stone soup. There are a few standard items that are usually part of most nabe dishes but there are many t...
2/3/2011 Kombu Katsuobushi Soy Sauce Tofu Hakusai Enoki Goma Miso Shirataki Negi Shungiku Fishball Ponzu
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
BAM 29: Okonomiyaki (Buta Tama) (Easy Breezy)
This is the third post and the second okonomiyaki recipe in a four-part Osaka-style okonomiyaki posting. SeeClassic Osaka-style Okonomiyaki for the first post andOkonomiyaki Equipment for the second post andOkonomiyaki (American Kitchen) for the fourth post. This is a fast and easy version for wh...
10/8/2010 Katsuobushi Cabbage Green Onion Mayonnaise Egg Aonori Bacon Okonomiyaki Okononomiyakiko Otafuku Okonomiyaki Sauce
BAM 28: Classic Osaka-Style Okonomiyaki (Buta tama)
If there's one reason to move to a city, it's because of the food. At least that's what I told myself when I moved to Osaka. Osaka has traditionally been called "Tenka no daidokoro" or the "Nation's Kitchen." One of the things Osakans pride themselves on is their good food. Osaka is famous for ma...
10/4/2010 Dashijiru Katsuobushi Cabbage Mayonnaise Egg Nagaimo Okonomiyaki Sauce Aonori Bacon
Ingredient in the Spotlight: Katsuobushi
I probably should have posted katsuobushi a long time ago but for whatever reason I haven't. Recently, I acquired a large 500 gram bag of katsuobushi from a Japanese Costco (Costco is a large international wholesale retailer) and I wanted to share a photo on my blog. It also occurred to me that I...
9/17/2010 Katsuobushi
BAM 22: Tofu, Kamaboko and Carrot Osumashi, Sushi Cake and Beets with Tofu sauce.
Osumashi (clear fish broth soup) is usually served to celebrate something and is almost always served with traditional kaiseki ryori. It is often served with sushi and New Year's food, as well as other medetai (celebratory) meals. My 100th post is coming up so I wanted to celebrate with my first ...
8/20/2010 Dashijiru Katsuobushi Tofu Carrot Mistuba Kamaboko Lemon Zest
Kyuri and Wakame Sunomono (Pickled Cucumber and Wakame)
Sunomono literally means vinegar thing. There are many different types of sunomono dishes. Kyuri and Wakame Sunomono is a popular sunomono dish. The kyuri is really crunchy because it is treated with salt like instant tsukemono. Sunomono dishes are nice and refreshing side dishes, especially if y...
7/29/2010 Kyuri Wakame Sanbaizu Mirin Katsuobushi
Okura Okazu (Okra Side dish)
Easing your way into something new is the approach I like to take. That's why I'm not gonna bring out the big guns and start talking about natto (fermented soy beans) for my first neba neba oooey gooey dish. I like a little neba neba (slimy) stuff every now and then. I always feel like I'm eating...
6/24/2010 Katsuobushi Okra
BAM 4: Cabbage Tsukemono (Pickled vegetables), Fuki Gohan and Potato and Wakame Miso Soup
BAM 4:Cabbage Tsukemono (Pickled vegetables),Fuki Gohan andPotato and wakame Miso Soup. Tsukemono-chan. That's my mom's nick name. She loves her picked veggies. When I was a kid, my mom would spend Saturday mornings, prepping all of her tsukemono for the week. She would make different kinds of...
5/29/2010 Kombu Katsuobushi Tsukemono
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