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Okonomiyaki is a cross between pancake and pizza. "Okonomi" means "as you like". The dish is perhaps so called because it is prepared in different ways in different parts of Japan. This is one of the most popular styles.
Okonomiyaki is a cross between pancake and pizza. "Okonomi" means "as you like". The dish is perhaps so called becasue it is prepared in different ways in different parts of Japan. Here we outline the main styles, so you can choose which one you like best.
This classic Japanese dish provides a winning taste combination of sweet aubergine and savoury miso.
Egg nigirizushi is made using a special kind of rolled Japanese omleette, which is secured to the rice using a strip of nori seaweed.
Okonomiyaki is a cross between pancake and pizza. "Okonomi" means "as you like". The dish is perhaps so called becasue it is prepared in different ways in different parts of Japan. This is one of the most popular styles.
Sushi's not just raw fish on rice cas these delicate little parcels prove. Admittedly, they're a little bit fiddly - but well worth the effort!
An ideal way to enjoy the delicate sweetness of miso! Enrich your baking with white miso's rich nutritional benefits.
A rice-free take on one of the most relaxed sushi styles. Adaptable to all diets and tastes, this healthy dish is perfect for parties
This recipe shows that you can make delicious sushi using Western ingredients. Why not experiment using your own favourite ingredients?
A variation on the conventional Japanese omelette.
Although it is a traditional Japanese ingredient, this recipe shows that tofu can be successfully served with Western ingredients.
This most quinessential of Japanese dishes seals the flavour of a variety of ingredients within a coating of light, crispy batter.
Somewhat similar to chirashizushi, barazushi offers a pleasing variety of delicious taste sensations.
The donburi is such a popular dish in Japan that there are restaurants devoted to it. This is one of the most common varieties.
Literally meaning 'escattered sushi', this differs from the other main kinds of sushi in that it is served in a bowl, with the vinegared rice being topped with an assortment of toppings, most typically raw fish.
In Ireland there is a long tradition of adding seaweed to bread. This one is made using sushi nori sheets, which gives it a delicious distinctive flavour. You can serve it warm or cold generously spread with butter. It also goes well with fish, ham, cheese and avocado.
The dulse really is the crowning glory of this rich, nutty and aromatic soup. It adds a delicious chewy texture and a lot of extra depth to the dish.
This is the perfect way to use up any leftover pickled ginger, or gari, from a sushi party.

The onigiri is Japan’s handiest meal, like our sandwich. And this is toasted version!

A delicious ice cream packed with the antioxidant goodness of matcha green tea.

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