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.Tempura Fried Ice Cream
1. Tempura Fried Ice Cream
Fried ice cream! Who can resist this awesome dessert that is crunchy, sweet, and deliciously cold? Try it now!
2. 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.
3. Japanese Takoyaki Snack Dessert
Takoyaki is a very casual fast food in Japan. It might not be easily found at Japanese restaurants in the US or other parts of world even though it is a very popular dish. Takoyaki tastes a little bit like round shaped Okonomiyaki, but it has a much different flavor from the Tako (octopus) cooked inside them. In most parts of Japan, people don’t treat Takoyaki as a meal. Many people typically think of Takoyaki as something you get from street vendors at festivals and events.
4. How to Make Japanese Roll Cake (Swiss Roll)
Roll Cake is a type of sponge cake roll. In Japan, we call it "Roll Cake" but in some other countries people call it Swiss roll or jelly roll.
5. Easy Japanese Dorayaki Recipe
Dorayaki is one of the most popular Japanese confectioneries. It is Anko (sweet red bean paste) sandwiched between sweet pancakes. It is a Japanese sweet beloved by the old and young. It may be perfect for people who have never had any traditional Japanese sweets because it doesn’t have any unusual ingredients. Dorayaki is also called Mikasa, from Mt. Mikasa in Nara which is next to Osaka.