This sauce is found in many teppanyaki style Japanese steak houses in the U.S. I first had this type of cooking in Okinawa in the late 60's and fell in love with the sauce.
I tried different versions of this mustard sauce, and after numerous attempts, came up with this version I like the best.
This sauce goes well with grilled teppanyaki style meats and seafood.
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.
This Japanese fried noodle dish is always popular with my family and guests and is as good for a week day meal as it is for Shabbat. It is important to fry the ginger and green onions so that their essential oils are released.
Note: Udon are thick noodles and Soba are thin noodles.
If you've ever eaten Vietnamese food and not had this, you have been missing out. Very good and pretty healthy. I'm sure someone from Vietnam could critique this to death. I've had lots of Vietnamese food and this tastes pretty authentic.
A great sounding recipe from TOH that I am posting for ZWT 6. The description states: You’ll love the great flavor and easy preparation of Trisha Kruse’s fresh side dish. The Eagle, Idaho cook tosses bright green beans in a sweet sauce with a subtle kick.
Another recipe found in TOH that I am posting for ZWT 6. Description states: The zesty marinade with a splash of fresh lime juice makes these slightly sesame-flavored wraps a treat. To speed prep time, use a 1-pound package of frozen onion and pepper mix.
Be sure to use clear full flavored broth. Personally I like to add the carrots & mushrooms into the bowl of steaming broth without simmering them first , personal preference. This is such an attractive, easy to make, light soup that is just perfect for the start of an Oriental meal or with any meal. Substitute strands of cooked Chicken instead of the seafood. See footnore at bottom of recipe for clarifying broth
This is the sauce that I use on some of my sushi rolls. Good used inside your favorite rolls, and sometimes it's used on top of rolls too. I mix this with lump crab to top my Spider Rolls with, to make a Manhattan Roll. They are YUMMY, and so is this sauce! Time does not include 2 hr. refrigeration time. This sauce will last for quite awhile in the fridge.
This is from one of our favorite Japanese restaurants. It's different but is the perfect combination with a Japanese style meal when the flavors all meld together. We serve with recipe #234170 and it all blends perfectly on the plate.
This is a great recipe for Gyoza. It is a little time consuming to make, but oh so worth the effort. A gyoza press makes the job easier. It makes 100 gyoza. I make them all and freeze the others (uncooked)for another time. The dipping sauce is so tasty that you will tempted to get up in the middle of the night and stick your finger in for a little taste. MMmmmm!