When I think about Japanese food I think about sukiyaki, a Japanese style beef hot pot with lots of vegetables, cooked at the table and brings everyone together....
Kongnamul guk is the epitome of home-cooked comfort food. This is an everyday soup and most Korean households would normally serve it as part of a simple meal.
Ochazuke – ‘ocha’ meaning tea and ‘zuke’ meaning to submerge – is a dish of rice with seasonal toppings and a fragrant, hot dashi or tea broth poured over the top.
This Tokyo-style shōyu (soy-based) ramen recipe calls for its various components to be made from scratch, so is best attempted over a weekend as a ramen project.
Dashimaki tamago is the Japanese version of an omelette, with delicate, thin layers of egg folded over each other to form a roll.