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.Quail Yakitori with Leeks by Andrew Kojima
1. Quail Yakitori with Baby Leeks & Cauliflower
Using a homemade teriyaki sauce, flavored with fresh ginger, chili and garlic, pickled and caramelised cauliflower, and delicious quail, Andrew's version of a classic Japanese Yakitori, is truly unique. Join Andrew Kojima in this Grokker Premium Video as he explores contemporary Japanese food, using wonderful British meat and poultry.
2. Nigiri Sushi Two Ways
Nigiri are traditional sushi, which use a rectangle of rice, topped with delicious raw fish. Reiko Hashimoto's classic nigiri are topped with salmon, and kombu cured sea bass, making them absolutely wonderful. Watch Chef Instructor Reiko Hashimoto in this Grokker Premium video share some of her Japanese cooking secrets.
3. 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!
4. Oyako Donburi
This oyako donburi is the perfect quick and easydinner. Donburi is a classic Japanese rice bowl dish, which Reiko here serves with juicy chicken, runny egg, and a warm Japanese broth, which makes it ideal for a cold fall evening. Watch Chef Instructor Reiko Hashimoto in this Grokker Premium video share some of her Japanese cooking secrets.