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Cauliflower Tempura Recipe

How to cook Cauliflower Tempura Cauliflower Tempura Recipe is a fun way of eating your veggies. This Japanese style snack is so easy to make at home, though, you have to be careful in making the batter since it can be chewy when you over mix it. To..
by Filipino Food Recipes on Apr 4, 2014

Cauliflower Tempura Recipe

How to cook Cauliflower Tempura Cauliflower Tempura Recipe is a fun way of eating your veggies. This Japanese style snack is so easy to make at home, though, you have to be careful in making the batter since it can be chewy when you over mix it. To p...
by Filipino Food Recipes on Apr 4, 2014

Udon Noodles in Tomato Broth Recipe

Last weekend, the temperature here was very cold so a pot of soup was just what the doctor ordered. So we decided to make udon noodles in tomato broth - a type of soup that is popular in Japan.It was basically a two step process. First, boil the ud...
by International Recipe Syndicate on Apr 11, 2013

How to Make -Yakitori Japanese Chicken Skewers

Yakitori Japanese Chicken Skewers ingredients400 grams of chicken breast (the ideal of the thighs)3 leeks Purposes1 tablespoon sesame oilKikkoman teriyaki marinade 1 teaspoon2 tablespoons mirinCuillres 2 tablespoons sakeJuice of 1/2 lemon2 tablespoon...
by American Cuisine on Jul 17, 2012

Chicken Katsu Recipe

This is the Japanese version of your grandmother's fried chicken! You won't even miss the skin with the panko crust.Ingredients:Katsu Sauce1/2 cup ketchup2 tbsp Worcestershire sauce2 tbsp sugar2 tbsp tamari (soy sauce)2 tbsp mirin2 tbsp sake2 garlic...

Asian Spinach with Peanut Ginger Sauce Recipe

From Clean Start by Terry Walters...This dish is inspired by the Japanese staple spinach gomae - spinach with sesame. Traditionally served cold in a pool of sauce, it tastes equally delicious warm. Tender baby spinach is one of the first greens to...

Asian Mignonette Recipe

This recipe for Asian Mignonette is a new twist on the classic Breton recipe. We used to make this and serve it up with a few dozen Quilcene Oysters which were easy to get in Oregon and Washington. It goes great with most types of oysters, however.
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