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. Teriyaki Sauce and Marinade
Watch how to make a terrific marinade for Japanese teriyaki. Ginger, garlic, red pepper flakes, and sweet rice wine give this sauce its signature flavor that pairs perfectly with pork, chicken, beef, and salmon.
3. Tofu Steak with Mushroom Topping
These delicious and healthytofu steaks are quick and easy to make, and are absolutely perfect for any vegan or vegetarian, but the meat eaters will love them as well. Watch Reiko Hashimoto in this Grokker Premium video share some of her Japanese cooking secrets with you.
4. Pork Ramen
Get more creative with ramen. This video teaches you how to make your very own homemade version of pork ramen almost like the Japanese ramen chefs!
5. Soba Noodles with Avocado Cream Sauce
The Avocado is chock full of good fats and valuable vitamins. Plus, it's an amazing substitution for copious amounts of cheese and milk in creamy sauces. This 100% vegan, gluten free pasta in cream sauce is decadent enough to make everyone at your dinner table happy (even us pesky meat-eaters).
6. Beef Tataki with Creamy Sesame Sauce
Tender prime fillet of beef is seared to perfection and served with a sumptuous sesame sauce. Watch out for the secret ingredient as Reiko brings a middle eastern influence to this Japanese specialty. Garnished with garlic chips for flavor and texture, this elegant dish is made perfectly for sharing or as a dinner party appetizer. This Grokker Premium video forms part of Culinary Instructor, Reiko Hashimoto's, Japanese Gourmet Cooking series so do check out the rest of her collection.
7. 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.
8. How to make Japanese Shio Ramen
Ramen is one of the most popular food in Japan. Here I introduce easy to make no MSG natural clear broth ramen noodle soup. Do not add soy sauce because soy sauce can destroy subtle flavor of dashi broth.