Justine's Flavours of Fuji
What makes this tempura batter so light and crunchy is the combination of plain and corn flours, bicarbonate of soda and sparkling water.
Don’t skimp on the condiments when serving okonomiyaki, they’re what make it the deliciously messy, casual meal it is.
This classic Japanese street food is fancied-up with the addition of fresh crayfish.
Next time you're dipping your sushi, take a moment to appreciate the years of work that goes into producing a bottle of soy sauce.
This quick salad is all about the dressing - it gets creaminess from Japanese mayo, sweetness from mirin and acidity from orange juice for balance.
This sweet-and-savoury, kaleidoscopic salad bursts with the tangy flavours and brightness of citrus, balanced by peppery radish and creamy avocado.
Earthy matcha tea, nutty red bean paste and juicy strawberries infuse a classically French recipe with the unmistakable flavours of Japan.
Japanese tea ceremony is one very deep cup of tea.
Forget instant miso sachets and customise your own miso soup balls.
This take on Japanese yakiniku couldn't be simpler, or more tantalising: tender wagyu steak is grilled, then sliced and served in a light and fruity ...
The nourishment of a hot pot meets the novelty of fondue-style dining.
Japanese wagashi (traditional confectionery) encompass centuries of tradition, all-natural ingredients and eye-wateringly poetic formations.
If you can get your hands on fresh shiitake mushrooms – plump, earthy and full of umami - cooking them up in a Japanese-style stir-fry is the perfect way to...
Panna cotta is like a blank dessert canvas for flavour, and adding matcha tea powder to it imparts a unique grassy savouriness. A topping of fresh strawberries...