Raw fish, steamed fish, deep-fried fish - you name it and Japan has it! Japanese cuisine has elevated seafood in every way possible. With a focus on fresh fish and raw food, Japan's population is one of the longest-lived in the world.Hazelnut Panna Cotta by Andrew Kojima
1. Hazelnut Panna Cotta with Pear & Chocolate
This traditional panna cotta is flavored with delicious toasted hazelnuts, topped with an amazing crunchy chocolate crumble topping, and served alongside a cider poached pear. A wonderful collection of flavors, which compliment each other perfectly, but presented in a simple and modern way. Join Andrew Kojima in this Grokker Premium Video, as he introduces you to some of his favorite flavor combinations.
2. Okonomiyaki Pancake
Okonomiyaki pancakes are a traditional Japanese dish, which when served in restaurants, diners will often choose their own toppings and make the pancake at their own table. In this Grokker Premium Video Reiko tops her okonomiyaki with thinly sliced pork belly and delicious prawns, and fills it with cabbage and scallions, which make this okonomiyaki truly special!
3. Agedashi Tofu
Agedashi tofu is a very old Japanese recipe for fried tofu.
4. Vegetable Tempura
Quick and simple vegetable appetizer that you can serve up at your next party.
5. Agedashi Tofu
Deep fried crispy tofu in a Dashi stock broth garnished with fresh spring onion and ginger. A lighthealthy dish by Japanese Culinary Instructor, Reiko Hashimoto. Given depth by it's various textures, hot broth, crispy tofu, and soft Bonito flakes enjoy this Grokker Premium video, part of Reiko's Japanese Gourmet Cooking collection.
6. Tempura Recipe
Tempura is one of the most famous Japanese foods! Now you can cook Tempura at home, ...just watch our video!
7. Tempura Prawns
How to make delicious tempura prawns at home. This is a very easy recipe and tastes great. Give it a go!
8. Sesame Cracker and Soybean Hummus Appetizers
Join Andrew Kojima in this Grokker Premium video as he shares a new take on traditional hummus. Influenced by his Japanese heritage, Andrew introduces a fresh new twist on hummus by using soy beans that elevate the freshness in this appetizer. His homemade flatbread crackers are a crunchy and nutty accompaniment you'll love. Serve to your guests when they arrive and set the perfect tone for the evening.
9. Japanese Fried Chicken
Karaage (also called Tatsutaage) is Japanese fried chicken. It is usually cooked for lunch, dinner, or bento. Also, it is the best party recipe favored by most people!
10. Karaage Japanese Fried Chicken
Karaage is Japanese style fried chicken (two words: kara age). It is a great appetizer for your drinks, kids (and adult) friendly dinner, and also a perfect small dish for your lunch box. Japanese Karaage is usually seasoned with garlic and ginger along with soy sauce, coated lightly with flour, and deep fried. Because of the oil, it may not be the healthiest Japanese food but it’s certainly a very popular one in Japan.