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A light and healthy dish that's perfect for summer. Also a good example of the neba-neba group of foods, neba-neba meaning slippery, sticky or slimy. Try it and see!
A fragrantly simple way to enjoy autumn aubergines with a hint of heat from the chilli.
A quick and delicious take on an Italian favourite, enhanced with subtle Japanese flavours.A quick and delicious take on an Italian favourite, enhanced with subtle Japanese flavours.
This elegant starter combines the sharp heat of wasabi and cayenne pepper with the creaminess of avocado and mayonnaise.
A simple, flavoursome version of classic teriyaki sauce, livened up with a kick of chilli and garlic.
This soup may look delicate, but the dashi ensures that it provides a distinctly satisfying flavour.
A traditional Japanese party dish made with a very healthy combination of ingredients.
The donburi is such a popular dish in Japan that there are restaurants devoted to it. This is one of the most common varieties.
This subtle and elegant dish showcases the delicate flavour of a much-loved Japanese staple, tofu.
The thin sushi roll was invented earlier than nigiri-zushi (finger sushi). Experiment with the filling depending on your taste.
Vinegared rice is served in a pocket of abura-age, or sweetened, deep-fried tofu. Inari is the fox god of the Japanese indigenous Shinto religion, and because foxes are traditionally believed to like abura-age, he lends his name to this sushi.
This basic recipe is a classic method for preparing a 'simmered' fish dish
This dish, known as the dish for longevity, comes from Okinawa prefecture at the very south of Japan.
Rich in B vitamins, which alleviate tiredness by helping the body to convert food into energy.
Chilled Chinese Egg Noodles are a quick, refreshing option – vary the toppings to cater for vegetarian and other diets.
Stimulates the appetite with the gentle heat of its nanbanzuke marinade.
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