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    This recipe is for the dark sweet sauce served over many types of sushi in restaurants, especially seafood and fish. Tsume is traditionally made with the reduced stock of boiled conger eels (anago). This abbreviated recipe tastes great and takes much less cooking time than the traditional method of preparation. Dashi is a soup and cooking stock considered fundamental to Japanese cooking. Dashi forms the base for Miso Soup, clear broth soups, Japanese noodle broths, and many Japanese simmering liquids. Most people use granulated or liquid instant substitutes found in Asian Markets. A small pastry brush or rubber spatula will allow you to apply this sauce thinly and evenly over your sushi or other choices. American sushi chefs use Tsume to dress everything from avocado-based rolls to tamago. This recipe will keep in the refrigerator for several months. Heat to ambient temperature (or warmer) before use.

    Recipe #256550

    {Don't be afraid of the steps/ingredients! It's really quite easy.} A delectable, SPICY traditional soup full of kimchi, tofu, veggies, and pork (but can be made vegetarian). My absolute favorite Korean dish of all time; I can eat it 24/7! Kimchi is available at Asian markets; I recommend buying the homemade variety wherever possible. If you buy a shelf-bottled kimchi (non-refrigerated), or your fresh kimchi has just been made (i.e. newer than 2-3 weeks), you should add a couple of teaspoons of white vinegar to your kimchi, stir and let it sit 10 mins, and then chop it up for use. The vinegar acts as an instant fermenter and will make it taste a LOT better. Don't skip this step, trust me :) Also, the chili flakes and paste should be the true Korean variety; the Chinese, Thai or regular cayenne pepper will not work. Please let me know if you have suggestions or questions! I have adjusted this recipe over time-Koreans don't use recipes (frustrating!)-to suit my taste. DH loves it too. Beware though, it's truly Korean in that it's very spicy for most. For more detailed step-by-step instructions, including pictures, please mail me and I can send them to you.

    Recipe #324429

    I love octopus and thought this recipe sounded amazing. Have not tried this yet but wanted keep a copy so decided to store it here on Zaar. Prep and cooking time does not include time to marinate.

    Recipe #98182

    I've always loved wasabi with tuna, but usually the wasabi overpowers such a delicate fish. When this recipe came to me through a friend, who doesn't recall its origins, I finally found the perfect marriage of flavors. I can't make this often enough!

    Recipe #181057

    Serve with the chopped cilantro and peanuts on top. If desired, pass additional red pepper flakes on the side

    Recipe #155437

    7 Reviews |  By Rita~

    A cajun dish. A deep fried yummy Shrimp-Eggplant Beignets served with my sauce. Or use your own sauce. A big hit at my house. Adjust the oil so it not too hot when cooking. The eggplant gives the dough an extra creaminess. Go ahead and salt, rinse and dry your eggplant if you normally do it. I never do and I enjoy the slight bitterness eggplant has. To each your own! ;)

    Recipe #85089

    Rich delicous brownies with a subtle hint of spice. Note: Use only ANCHO CHILI powder as it is a smokey slightly spicy chili powder!

    Recipe #394884

    You control the heat on this one. This is one of my favorite recipes that produces a very crispy and (hot wing spicy style) shrimp. I hope you enjoy it as much as our neighbors do. So easy you'll be amazed.

    Recipe #328089

    I like this because all of the other chestnut cake cal for whipped cream, and this only uses it as decoration so I can leave it off if I want to. The chestnut filling is my favourite part!!!

    Recipe #143218

    Although you can use American sweet potato, it is best with Japanese sweet potato if you can find it. Besides asparagus and sweet potato, you can certainly add slices of kabocha and green beans as well. This is a very basic miso soup and you can add other ingredients as well. This makes small 4 servings ie what I call Japanese serving size, less than 1 cup per person.

    Recipe #398384

    We have a Japanese girl, Tomoko, living with us, and tonight she and I cooked a Japanese dinner for us and her friends. She phoned her mum,Toshiko, in Japan for this, as it's her favourite recipe, and I wanted to share it here. It's simple and so good, and Tomoko, who is only 16, did such a good job of cooking this, then translating the recipe to English for me. *The liquid will thicken to a glaze if you are patient. It just takes a bit of time. If you feel your chicken is cooked (and going to overcook) remove it before going on to reduce the liquid. Same thing, if you must use breast meat, remove it (so it doesn't dry out) and continue reducing the liquid . If you do it this way rather than thickening with cornstarch you will get a richer glaze and not need to add stock or broth instead of the water. It just takes patience. AND NOTE: A glaze is sticky and coats the meat, this is NOT a sauce.

    Recipe #68955

    3 Reviews |  By duonyte

    This recipe is from "Japanese Women Don't Get Old or Fat" by Naomi Moriyama and William Doyle. The name represents the sound of scrambling and cooking. It's a very tasty and satisfying breakfast. I've modified a bit to accomodate my kitchen's usual contents, see notes. Time to make does not include time to cook rice.

    Recipe #250417

    Easier and less messy than the traditional kind, also lower in fat. This recipe only makes 12 appetizers, but can be doubled easily. This is an Inn recipe I found on the web.

    Recipe #107557

    This is a very tasty appetizer or part of an Oriental meal. It takes a little time to make but well worth it. You will need a dumpling dough recipe to go with this recipe and instructions how to cook the dumplings. Use your own recipe or go to Recipe #11031.

    Recipe #13536

    This is very popular in Japan, and very popular with my children. It's also a favorite dish in the restaurant where I work. The Japanese are quite happy to eat this at room temperature too. Prep time includes marinating time.

    Recipe #41381

    This is smoked in a wok. Between the curing, steaming and smoking, you end up with a tasty chicken that is very moist and has a lovely firm texture. I usually find the breast meat too dry on a roast chicken, but not on this one! Good hot or cold. Prep time does not include marinating time.

    Recipe #215549

    Here is a simple delicious recipe that will amaze your friends and family. If you love Sashimi you will die over this recipe. Give it a try and let me know what you think. I have never met anyone who hasn't asked me for the recipe. Enjoy and A Hui Hou (Until we meet again)!

    Recipe #90880

    1 Reviews |  By marisk

    Another island favorite. Maui onion is used because of its mild sweet flavor. If adding soy sauce, add it just prior to serving. I think kukui nut oil will work just as well. I was just thinking that this would be great with chopped limu (seaweed)!

    Recipe #203862

    11 Reviews |  By Derf

    A friend makes these and they are delicious!! Wonderful appetizer from Company's Coming, Cooking for Diabetics. Chill time is cook time. Diabetic choices: 1/2 starch = 1 - 1 1/2 square

    Recipe #46014

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