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    You will love the taste of this salmon with it's sweet and savory glaze. Serve this with a side of steamed aromatic rice.

    Recipe #87497

    This is a Japanese style sweet and savory pumpkin recipe. Kabocha has slightly sweet taste, and it is cooked in many different ways in Japanese cuisine. For example, tempura is a popular way to cook kabocha. Cut kabocha into thin slices to make tempura. Also, simmering is a common way. Kabocha tend to keep its shape even if it's simmered. This is a great side dish to accompany a Japanese meal.

    Recipe #179549

    I love to go through boxes of Chi Chi Dango while I'm in Hawai'i, and I get it at a certain specialty Japanese candy store. I was so pleased to find this recipe online at Aloha World.

    Recipe #209617

    It doesn't get any easier, and only 3 ingredients!

    Recipe #86039

    Cubed and Marianted Raw Tuna from the Complete Japanese Cookbook. Note: I don't do fish. This is being posted for someone else at their request.

    Recipe #207139

    13 Reviews |  By Esuka

    I got this recipe out of an authentic Japanese Cuisine book, I tried it because it was simple and seemed legit and it was WONDERFUL! My whole, non-cultural family loved it, even my brother who hardly eats anything (besides mac & cheese and McDonald's) said it was awesome!

    Recipe #119661

    This recipe came to me from a Japanese lady and I just had to share it.

    Recipe #205230

    I use this everytime I make onion rings, hot poppers and other fried finger food. Once you use it for the first time, you won't have to reach for the recipe again, cuz it's so easy. To make more, just change the 1-1-1 to 2-2-2 or more.

    Recipe #164636

    Made this up today for lunch - feel free to use any vegetables and/or leftover meat you have.

    Recipe #115116

    3 Reviews |  By seb

    From Hawai'i's BEST Mochi Recipe book that my friend let me borrow. Putting it down on here so that I can have it.

    Recipe #43301

    18 Reviews |  By Dib's

    I got this recipe from my girlfriend Cher-she said not to let any one ingredient drown out the others. When put together it should be a taste of its own, DO NOT use Miracle Whip.

    Recipe #19861

    wanted to try a new recipe....it turned out great! here goes

    Recipe #121494

    Here is a recipe for Tazukuri, which are spicy glazed sardines. This recipe may seem unappelaing to many, but thoe who have actually tried Tazukuri love the spicy, slightly sweet taste. Very easy and quick to make.

    Recipe #120801

    Here is a dish I am famous for both with my friends in Japan and Canada. It was given to me by an aunt in Japan and I wanted to share her recipe with the rest of the world..lol.

    Recipe #119221

    This is a recipe for futo-maki (thick roll) It is my mother's favorite type of maki sushi and I make it a lot for her. Kampyo is dried gourd and can be found in most Asian markets or in the foreign foods section of the supermarket.

    Recipe #119250

    Tamago is Japanese for "egg". Tamago yaki is sushi using an egg, like a sushi omelette. I really love it for it's sweet taste and light texture. You need a tamago pan to make this recipe. Any type of stock can be used in place of the dashi for a less fishy taste. Sounds complicated, but after a bit of practice, it gets much easier.

    Recipe #119558

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