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.How to Make Bento Lunch Box
1. 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.
2. Teriyaki Ramen Noodle
Instant noodles - a student's best friend! But after 4 or 5 weeks of them, they get boring and you realise they have no flavour.This recipe takes instant noodles and adds loads of awesome flavours to create an incredible Ramen Noodle dish.Pot noodle yourself no more!
3. How to Make Bento Lunch Box
Using a tumbler as a bento box is popular among young people in Japan. My darling found this trend in the newspaper and asked me to make one for him.So, in this video I will show you some of the easy bento ideas that you might what to try in a busy morning :DMake sure you don't pack the foods that easily spoil! And when the weather is hot, please keep it in the fridge. Do not microwave the tumbler, of course.
4. 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.
5. Miso Butter Shrimp
This Japanese inspired Miso Butter Shrimp dish will have you coming back for more!
6. How to Make Onigiri (Japanese Rice Balls)
Rice ball is called "Onigiri" in Japanese. Mostly it's shape is triangle and you can either mix ingredients into rice or fill your favorite ingredient in the rice ball, or both!There are many furikake (rice seasoning) products at Asian grocery stores, so try out and see how you like it done :D