Easy Miso Soup Recipe

Miso soup is the traditional Japanese soup most of us enjoy before sushi.  And even though it is probably the best-tasting soup in the world, miso soup is incredibly easy to make.  There are only a couple of things you’ll need to know when making miso soup. The soup stock used is called dashi.  Dashi is …

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Tamagoyaki Recipe & Dashimaki Tamago (Japanese Rolled Omelet)

Tamagoyaki is Japanese omelet, also called Atsuyaki Tamago that made of eggs, sugar, and soy sauce. It tastes a little bit salty-sweet. Dashimaki Tamago is just like Tamagoyaki, but the ingredients and taste are a little different. Dashimaki Tamago tastes dashi flavor, and It’s softer than Tamagoyaki. Both of them (Tamagoyaki and Dashimaki Tamago) are popular for breakfast, lunch bento box, sushi …

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Rice and Shrimps Recipe

Ingredients 2 lbs of shrimp (skin removed) 2 tbsps lime juice ½ cup onions (chopped) ¾ cup green chili (chopped) 1 cup rice ¼ tsp pepper 1 laurel leaf 3 tbsps margarine ½ cup mushrooms (sliced) 2 pimiento (sliced) How to Cook Rice and Shrimps 1. Wash and drain well the shrimps. 2. Mix in …

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Mandarin oranges

They are early grown Mandarin oranges. We can eat them at the beginning of autumn in Japan. Mandarin oranges can be peeled easily by hand. They used primarily for eating raw without cooking. The balance of acidity and sweet taste is good.