EAT-JAPAN Recipes
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Snacks, Desserts & Drinks
A fabulously fresh shochu-based cocktail, ideal for chic afternoon garden parties and balmy summer evenings.
An easy and refreshing alternative to traditional nibbles. Prepare this delicately tangy snack a few days in advance.
An ideal way to enjoy the delicate sweetness of miso! Enrich your baking with white miso's rich nutritional benefits.
Mix cute colours up with traditional Japanese flavours for a mountain of mini-treats.
This traditional Japanese dessert would make the perfect way to round off any meal.
Mix cute colours up with traditional Japanese flavours for a mountain of mini-treats.
Mix cute colours up with traditional Japanese flavours for a mountain of mini-treats.
A Japanese version of good old beans on toast. Maybe.
A beautifully fruity and fluffy shochu cocktail.
This is the perfect way to use up any leftover pickled ginger, or gari, from a sushi party.
Japan meets the UK in this delicious fried sarnie.

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.

A less than 100 kcal desert!

Boiled taro potato with two types of miso-based sauce.

Daigaku Imo literally means “University Potatoes”, since this cheap and cheerful snack was so beloved of poor students.

Few foods cannot be improved upon with a hug from a slice of bacon. This classic combination with a twist is found in bento throughout Japan, and also goes great with a glass of beer.

Green tea powder – also known as Matcha – is traditionally used in the Japanese tea ceremony and a popular sweets ingredient in Japan now. This is a chilled dessert custard that has rich and mildly bitter green tea flavour and creamy in texture.

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