EAT-JAPAN Recipes
Type
Salads
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!
This healthy salad combines the warming kick of red chilli with the refreshing crunch of grated daikon, a large, white Japanese radish also known as mooli.
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
Umeboshi have a sharp sometimes tart taste and are often rather salty. They are exceedingly good for cleansing the palate and stimulating the appetite.
Boost digestion and veggie intake all at once with some delicious crunchy pickles, and master a versatile low-fat dressing.

This crispy deep-fried cod warm salad has the perfect combination of flavour and texture. Also the refreshing soy sauce dressing adds brightness to the dish.

This is a chilled pasta with very rich and creamy wasabi-hinted avocado sauce. If you enjoy a little kick of wasabi, then this appetizer is for you.

Try this simply soy sauce dressing over salads for a deliciously piquant flavour.

Finalist's Maki sushi by Meltem Baykaner (age 11), from the Original Sushi Competition 2003.
Adults' Second Winner sushi by Dennis Briscoe, from the Original Sushi Competition 2005

A simple and delicious way to bring a little wasabi heat to any classic dish.

Furikake is a type of dry condiment, shaken over rice to serve. This freshly made, warm version is simple to make but packed with flavour.
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