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    8 Reviews |  By Nin-Nin

    Onigiri! A staple in the Japanese boxed lunch (bento), it adds character to otherwise plain rice. Makes it easier to eat when taking your lunch with you. Also great with Ramen noodles! Use your imagination on onigiri, there is no end to the variety available. A great way to get rid of left over rice from a previous meal. Practice this one, it may take a few tries before you learn to make a consistent shape and size each and every time. It should look like a triangle with 3 dimensions. Brings back memories of Shinkansen stations =).

    Recipe #60398

    A college edition of our Chinese Restaurant's Pepper Steak. Easy to do, and really filling. Thick Sauce is a very black and thick type of goo similar to molassas. Use light soy sauce and pepper to adjust to taste.

    Recipe #60395

    A college dorm or apartment do-able gourmet! Impress your date with this delicious and delicate dish. The key to success on this dish is the freshness of the Salmon, and getting it just done enough, and not a smidgen overcooked. This make take a few tries and adjustments to suit your own kitchen, so the 6 min is just my suggestion for my own kitchen. Especially good with Mexi rice! An additional note as an after thought. To better judge approximately how long you should broil the fish, a friend told me a quick tip on how to estimate: About 10 - 15 min per inch thickness on the salmon at 400 degrees F. So for me, I generally use abnout 3/4 inch thickness, so a 6 minute cooking times leaves it a little raw, just the way I like it =).

    Recipe #60392


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