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    A concoction of Japanese ingredients makes this quite a kicker. The ginger provides a delicate sass, and the pickled plum is a perfect sub for the ubiquitus olive. Thanks for the name, Cheryl! Kanpai!

    Recipe #224541

    4 Reviews |  By Ingy

    Very quick and easy -- since I've lived in Japan I make this almost daily.

    Recipe #178493

    1 Reviews |  By Ingy

    Matcha, powdered green tea, is the centerpiece of the Japanese tea ceremony. However, it is enjoying a wide popularity at the moment because of its rich, intense flavor and its high concentration of antioxidants and vitamins. To prepare matcha in a traditional manner, one needs a tea bowl and a bamboo whisk (chasen). The bamboo whisk is an important part, as the fine bamboo strands help to dissolve the matcha into the water while creating a pleasant, light froth. A regular metal whisk is not fine enough to dissolve the matcha properly.

    Recipe #246770

    1 Reviews |  By Ingy

    This is one of my all-time favorites! The sauce can be used for just about anything -- salad dressings, other meats, etc. I found this in a dictionary-sized book of recipes from around the world.

    Recipe #104404

    6 Reviews |  By Ingy

    This recipe is great for a light summer meal. Tastes great served on crackers or made into a light sandwich.

    Recipe #64200

    2 Reviews |  By Ingy

    This recipe is one of the easiest and quickest ways to serve salmon; it cooks in just 10 minutes. During the summer, try one of the great salmon species such as King, Coho or Sockeye. Recipe from Cooking Pleasures Magazine.

    Recipe #117917

    This is a recipe that I saw prepared on the Food Network and have made it many times since. It is quick, easy and uses ingredients already on hand. Great for a mid-week or late night dinner.

    Recipe #136283

    4 Reviews |  By Ingy

    A light pasta dish that is quick and very easy. If you are a vegetarian, the mushrooms are a great substitution for meat in a pasta dish.

    Recipe #113966

    2 Reviews |  By Ingy

    A delicious and simple slaw using East Asian flavors. Note: for variation, add the juice of 1 lime.

    Recipe #243550

    2 Reviews |  By Ingy

    A great substitution for mashed potatoes - this cheesy combination is delicious! Recipe by Rachael Ray.

    Recipe #212585

    1 Reviews |  By Ingy

    A fantastic weeknight dinner slightly adjusted from a Rachael Ray recipe. A hearty, rustic stew that's perfect on a cold night.

    Recipe #198045

    1 Reviews |  By Ingy

    This is similar but better then a dish served at my favorite restaurant Abruzzo in Hood River, Oregon.

    Recipe #189829

    1 Reviews |  By Ingy

    A fresh chicken salad for the times I need a little Southwest flavor in my Japanese kitchen. This recipe uses ingredients I can easily find in Japan.

    Recipe #187202

    5 Reviews |  By Ingy

    A light and very flavorful salad. Courtesy of The Cookworks.

    Recipe #131170

    9 Reviews |  By Ingy

    What a perfect flavor combination - savory and sweet! I made this for Thanksgiving last year and it was amazing! Recipe from Everyday Food magazine.

    Recipe #184255

    4 Reviews |  By Ingy

    This is a wonderful classic Italian dish that is so simple! This is adapted from a recipe in one of my favorite cookbooks - "Lidia's Italian-American Kitchen".

    Recipe #88984

    1 Reviews |  By Ingy

    Provence meets the orient in this dish of fresh garden potatoes and fresh Japanese udon noodles. I'm amazed by the French influence in my rural Japanese town -- this recipe honors the mix of cultures. Can be eaten with a fork or chopsticks -- whatever your pleasure!

    Recipe #184240

    2 Reviews |  By Ingy

    You can microwave everything in the same dish, including the whole head of garlic; once cooked, the cloves are soft enough to mash and the taste is mild and sweet. Recipe from Martha Stewart's Everyday Food.

    Recipe #244393

    Skinless drumsticks cook-up in a skillet (not deep fryer) and partner with trimmed-down blue cheese dip. Recipes from Martha Stewart's Everyday Food.

    Recipe #247493

    1 Reviews |  By Ingy

    Lots of sauteed yellow squash in this rich, carbonara-inspired sauce offsets the indulgent bacon topping. Parmesan can stand in for the Asiago cheese, if you like. Recipe from Martha Stewart's Everyday Food.

    Recipe #248156

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