Japanese dishes, Tofu recipes-Tofu & Spinach Shiro ae


Tofu can be transformed into many dishes. This time, I would like to show you “Shiro ae” Shiro means white and ae generally includes mixing process. Process tofu into puree can represent white. Pick seasonal ingredients and mix in. It’s very simple dish yet it contents lots of protein and fiber. Since using tofu puree, this type of dish tend to become too light or even tasteless… Not to worry! I used miso & sesame seasonings. It gives much depth in the flavor. I also pre-seasoned spinach with Katsuo bushi. Please enjoy tasteful & healthy tofu dish~!
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Pork recipes-Yakiniku Style Ginger Pork/Shogayaki

 Introducing super easy handy and tasty Yakiniku dish! This time I used one of my favorite marinade ginger & soy sauce! Once you prepare a big batch, you can stock in the freezer. It can be used not just for one plate meal, it can be served as Don-buri or filled in a bun or packed into your bento~!
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Bento, Sandwich, Japanese dish-Yakisoba Sub Sandwich


Here’s one of popular Gakushoku dish’s recipe! Gakushoku is something similar to school cafeteria where students get to eat high volume of meal at low prices. This time I would like to share one of the cheapest snacks sold in Gakushoku which gives satisfaction to your hungry stomach! It’s called Yaki soba Pan. Yaki soba is already a complete dish. But it’s also suitable to turn into bento. Have your favorite bun and make it into sub sandwich~!
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Curry recipe, soup recipe-Hokkaido Style Chicken Soup Curry

 Curry is one of the most popular food in Japan all the time. It’s usually served on a plate along with steamed rice. Curry sauce itself has a little consistency which usually made with curry cube. There is another style of curry we enjoy these days. It’s called soup curry. It’s originally started in Hokkaido. Now there are lots of people recognize this dish. This time I would like to share some thing similar to the Hokkaido style curry soup. To create thickness in the soup, I didn’t use curry cube, but used lots of vegetable paste. You still can enjoy very smooth textured curry. Please enjoy with rice or bread!
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