You haven’t lived until you’ve had chicken karaage, which is Japanese-style chicken that’s marinated in soy and fried twice until crisp and oh so nice.
This five-ingredient fix, a restaurant classic as well as a simple weeknight dinner, will have you practicing your acceptance speech for the best dinner ever.
Warm, gently spiced, tofu that might make a believer out of you. If you already love tofu, then you know that it can actually be comfort food, when prepared the right way. If not, here’s your chance.
A truly slurp-worthy and Instagram-able bowl of noodles that’ll satiate any ramen craving.
Japanese-style braised pork is a pretty hands-off way to make an exceptionally tasty dinner. And we hear it’s even better the next day.
Here’s a vegan recipe for roasted eggplant slicked with a salty sweet miso-glaze that’s a veritable umami-bomb. Even those of us who aren’t vegan are devouring it and asking for more.
These sake steamed clams from a restaurant chef are easier to prepare than you’d think. Japanese restaurant-worthy food at home.
This zippy little recipe is gonna liven up more than just salad greens, because trust us, you’re gonna wanna pour it over everything you think needs a burst of flavor.
Sweet autumn squash gets unexpectedly enhanced with the warmth of ginger and the complex depth of soy sauce and sesame oil.
Real-deal teriyaki sauce that’s not from a bottle, relies on just four ingredients, can easily be committed to memory, and takes just minutes to make. You’re welcome.