Tag: Japanese Cuisine (Cuisine)

First MICHELIN STAR RAMEN Shop in the World (Tsuta Ramen, Tokyo)

A few days ago, news broke out that the first ramen shop in the world got a Michelin star So obviously, Japan went crazy about it Reporting live from Sugamo Station The place has been pretty difficult to get into since this was announced two days ago This is the third time we’re here The […]

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JAPAN NIGHTLIFE: ①Japanese super fresh assorted sashimi

Assorted saury sashimi and dried and grilled whale meat… Do you want something fried?? There is a fried sardine. I wanna eat it. A fried sardine, please. I want you to eat a saury like a Japanese fisherman does. Please eat it with soy sauce mixed with hot pepper. Fat of a saucy makes it […]

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JAPANESE SPAGHETTI with Mushrooms (Easy Pasta Recipe)

[Music] hello everybody welcome back it’s Tuesday which means it’s time for another delicious recipe so what are we going to make today well we are gonna be making wahoo Kinoko spaghetti which means japanese-style mushroom spaghetti today’s recipe was requested by Yoshi Koh yet oh we hope you like our version of wahoo Kinoko […]

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What I Ate In A Day VEGAN #28 // Japanese-inspired Vegan Recipes

Hi guys, Welcome to a Japanese cuisine inspired edition of What I Ate Wednesday. I had been craving Japanese food for a while but didn’t want to go out and spend money. But on this morning I thought, why wait? Let’s start with miso soup. It’s so easy and you’ve seen me make this before. […]

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Cómo hacer SUSHI casero fácil

How to make Sushi. Ainhoabb4 INGREDIENTS. *The list will be in the description* White rice (300 grams) Rice vinegar (50 grams) White sugar (30 grams) Sushi mat Cling film Seaweed nori sheets (6 sheets approximately) Crab sticks. (6 sticks approximately) Cucumber Smoked salmon OPTIONAL ->Soy sauce OPTIONAL ->Wasabi OPTIONAL ->Fried onion First cook the rice […]

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Japanese Rice

Ingredient List can be found below. Weigh out your desired quantity of Rice (approx 50g/person). Take note of the volume the rice occupies. In our case we use half a mug (roughly 100g). Wash the rice until the water runs clear. Transfer to a pan and add twice the volume of water to rice (in […]

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