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Learn how to prepare authentic Japanese food in your home with our easy-to-follow recipes. At JapaneseRecipes.com you will discover recipes ranging from sushi to popular favorites like udon soup. Many of the recipes on this site include ingredients that can be found in your local grocery store and are simple to prepare—you don't have to be a master chef to make a delicious Japanese meal.

Please let us know what you think of the recipes, variations you have tried or share your own special Japanese recipe here.

 

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  • The Japanese Valentine's Day tradition of compartmentalized chocolate giving

    JustHungry 8 Feb 2016 | 7:46 am

    Valentine's Day is nearly upon us. There's quite a difference between the way this holiday-that-isn't-really-a-holiday is celebrated in Japan vs. elsewhere. In most western countries, Valentine's is a day for couples to spend some romantic time together at a restaurant[…]   Read more...

  • Easy Kimchi Jjigae

    Rasa Malaysia: Easy Asian Recipes 9 Nov 2022 | 2:10 am

    Easy Kimchi Jjigae Recipe Easy kimchi jjigae is a famous Korean kimchi stew made from kimchi, pork belly slices, and firm tofu with a spicy kick from Gochugaru powder (Korean hot pepper flakes) and Gochujang (Korean red chili paste). The[…]   Read more...

  • Cherry Tomato Tarts

    Rasa Malaysia: Easy Asian Recipes 8 Nov 2022 | 9:10 am

    Cherry Tomato Tarts Recipe Cherry tomato tarts are an easy yet healthy recipe made from roasted cherry tomatoes, chive cream cheese, and a sheet of ready-made puff pastry. The juicy cherry tomatoes are gently roasted to have a tart and[…]   Read more...

  • Shrimp Bisque

    Rasa Malaysia: Easy Asian Recipes 9 Nov 2022 | 2:12 am

    Shrimp Bisque Recipe Shrimp bisque is a thick, creamy soup cooked with succulent shrimp and heavy cream. It’s a chowder-like soup loaded with a sweet and savory taste from shrimp, onion, and clam juice. This soup is absolutely delicious, rich[…]   Read more...

  • Fugu, are you a pig?

    JustHungry 5 May 2016 | 5:50 am

    A friend was wondering out loud on Facebook, why the kanji characters for fugu (pufferfish) are 河豚. She was pondering the use of 豚, the second character, which means "pig", but the first character 河 is a mystery too, since[…]   Read more...

 
 

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