EAT-JAPAN Recipes
Japanese Ingredients
Kombu (Kelp)
This dish, known as the dish for longevity, comes from Okinawa prefecture at the very south of Japan.
This simple yet satisfying dish packs a powerful umami punch, whilst the spring onions and ginger combine to create a light, refreshing taste.
An easy and refreshing alternative to traditional nibbles. Prepare this delicately tangy snack a few days in advance.
This traditional clear soup is packed with healthy ingredients, such as root vegetables and tofu. This variation is made with vegan dashi stock as is only appropriate for Buddhist temple food.
This is a classic side dish, simple yet umami-rich. Spinach, packed with minerals, iron and fibre, is a great addition to any diet, too.
This simple yet delicious dish is great for the colder months as a comforting mid-week meal. It's also perfect to make in bulk and freeze.
This basic stock underpins the flavour of many Japanese dishes, as well as being used to make delicious soup.
Low-calorie and healthy, this is a great way to get cooking with konnyaku.

This satisfying and nourishing dish is not only tasty, but extremely healthy as well.

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