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    I created this recipe when my girls were little so they would eat more fish. Kids will eat most anything with a sauce on it! It became a family favorite.

    Recipe #40880

    I found this on a Japanese website ttp:// thought that it was very special that it was western style pasta with a touch of Japanese in it-miso. A substitute to the diet no-no creamy spaghetti! Thanks to Mianbao who helped me translate the last part. I think next time I will be making it vegetarian!!

    Recipe #110769

    My mom makes miso every year and this is one of the first things that we make with her miso. The recipe (with a variety of differences) is readily available, but I tend to go with the most simple versions of things, so this is what we use. The grilling/broiling instructions are a bit vague, but grills are different enough that the operator should use whatever method they think is most reasonable, just keep an eye on it to make sure it doesn't burn. Burnt miso is not a good thing. Prep time includes marinating time.

    Recipe #109713

    Recipe #330470

    Soba noodles are a Japanese noodle made with buckwheat flour; if your supermarket doesn't have them in the international foods aisle, try an Asian market. This is not a strictly authentic yakisoba, but it's awfully good!

    Recipe #330775

    This comes from Turn off the Fat Genes by Dr. Neal Barnard. I love cold soba noodles, so this doesn't feel like a diet recipe to me...just really yummy food. Try to eat this on the same day you make it, as cooked soba will be a bit mealy on day two, not very yummy. Note: I have never used the optional cilantro, so I have no comment on how this tastes with that added.

    Recipe #351435

    4 Reviews |  By duonyte

    From the Chicago Tribune. A fast and easy combination of chicken, veggies and noodles. A couple of pork chops could be subbed for the chicken.

    Recipe #382536

    Step-by-step recipe for the beginner cook eating solo. Inspired by a Vegetarian Times recipe from the '90s using healthy buckwheat noodles. Use frozen spinach, broccoli, corn, or all three. Substitutions: Broth can be powder or liquid, chicken or beef, or use miso powder or paste. Variations: Add kimchi, cooked meats, beef balls, fishballs, kamaboko, green onion, seaweed, cooked dumplings or wontons.

    Recipe #384782

    Recipe #387904

    Bonito flakes are flakes of dried, smoked bonito fish. They look similar to wood shavings. The "bonito" is a type of tuna, but may not be marketed as tuna in many countries. Found in Asian Food Markets or online. Use for dipping with shabu-shabu, and use on fish and shellfish dishes as a marinade. This sauce is also used to baste fish as it cooks also. It’s uses are versitile, and you can also used as a marinade for beef. If you can't find Yuzu juice you can substitute lime juice, but you won’t get the distinctive flavor that yuzu imparts.

    Recipe #256421

    5 Reviews |  By Sue Lau

    A recipe from Katsuyo Kobayashi, and her book "Quick and Easy Japanese Cookbook". She was one of two female chefs to defeat Iron Chef Chen Kenichi, and is also considered to be Japan's favorite TV cooking show host.

    Recipe #29025

    This is a very popular sauce used for the japanese barbeque. Usually served with salmon but goes well with beef dishes as well. From the "Japanese Country Cookbook, by Russ Rudsinski. Altered by my mom.

    Recipe #137708

    This is a copycat recipe from Benihana's.

    Recipe #302251

    1 Reviews |  By Manami

    Here is a quick, healthy, vegetarian dish that is a different take on an eggplant dish. Chef Allen Susser of Chef Allen's in Aventura, Fl. glazes it with soy sauce and mirin and sprinkles it with togarashi, a tangerine scented Japanese spice blend of chiles, sesame seeds and dried seaweed. F&W Magazine, 08/2008 edition from 'Green" Living Guide, Local Flavors.Cooking times are estimates. "Togarashi, the Japanese word for “chiles,” is a group of condiments always including chiles that bring out the clean, simple flavors of Japanese food. It works well with fatty foods such as unagi (broiled eel), tempuras, shabu shabu (small bits of food cooked in rich broth), noodle dishes, and yakitori (grilled dishes). Nanami togarashi is a close cousin, with a slightly different proportion of ingredients emphasizing citrus zest.

    Recipe #318972

    1 Reviews |  By KateL

    Entered for safe-keeping. From Clean Eating, May/June 2009. This Japanese salad has a good proportion of protein to carbohydrates for a light lunch, but this will be more filling if served with brown rice. Nanami Togarashi can be found inthe Asian section of a supermarket or health food store, but red pepper flakes can be used as an emergency substitution.

    Recipe #374360

    Delicious Miso recipe that I found while browsing the internet.

    Recipe #251875

    1 Reviews |  By rsarahl

    This tasty broth is simple to prepare, flavorful, healthy and is a versatile addition to every recipe collection. Dashi is a base for many soups, but can be served alone as a clear broth or with soba noodles and green onions for a light and easy course.

    Recipe #77195

    This is my attempt to replicate a salad dressing from a Japanese restaurant I used to frequent many years ago. While this may not be authentically Japanese, it sure is tasty! You can really pick up a lot of the individual flavors, and yet they all blend together nicely. This keeps well.

    Recipe #170199

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