EAT-JAPAN Recipes
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Dressed Salads & Pickles
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 typical comfort food, with every family in Japan having their own recipe.
A quick and simple way to enjoy these thick, filling noodles. Experiment by adding toppings until you create your perfect combination.
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.
Umeboshi have a sharp sometimes tart taste and are often rather salty. They are exceedingly good for cleansing the palate and stimulating the appetite.
Bainiku literaly means 'meat of plum'. This sour and salty sauce is made from pickled plum (umeboshi), one of the most popular pickles in Japan.
Boost digestion and veggie intake all at once with some delicious crunchy pickles, and master a versatile low-fat dressing.
Spice up your lunch life with this easy-to-use, easy-to-get-addicted to wasabi sauce. Be careful - it's hotter than you think!
Japanese noodles are starting to catch up with sushi as the UK's favourite Japanese meal. Find out why with this healthy salad.
A deliciously simple way to serve sardines. Great for a starter.
Both spinach and sesame are packed with essential vitamins and minerals. Add this to your menu for a health-boosting dish that tastes great, too.

The spicy chilli flavour will stimulate your appetite!

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

Sweet little treats perfect for any occasion.

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