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How to Make Omurice How to Make Omurice
Learn how to make Omurice
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Okonomiyaki Recipe Okonomiyaki Recipe
Learn how to make Okonomiyaki.
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How to Make Pao De 
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Queijo How to Make Pao De 45e2 Queijo
In this recipe, we used a minimum amount of cheese to reduce the usage of salt but you can add more cheese to taste. If the dough is too soft to shape, you can also spoon it directly onto the sheet.
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How to Make Onigiri How to Make Onigiri
There's more than one way to make these japanese rice balls. Watch how to make the recipe here.
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How to Make Odamaki-Mushi How to Make Odamaki-Mushi
Chawanmushi (savory egg custard cup) with udon is called Odamaki-mush because the noodles look like a ball of linen thread, which is what Odamaki means. You can also give this dish a light flavor by using chicken tenderloin instead of the sausage!
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Ninjin Shirishiri Recipe Ninjin Shirishiri Recipe
Learn how to make this Okinawan home cooking recipe.
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Pumpkin Pudding Halloween Recipe Pumpkin Pudding Halloween Recipe
This recipe is less likely to create bubbles or holes in the pudding so adjusting the heat is easy compared to custard pudding :) Steam the egg mixture while the pumpkin is still hot so that you can reduce the cooking time.
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Pumpkin Muffins Halloween Recipe Pumpkin Muffins Halloween Recipe
This is an exquisitely delicious muffin with lots of kabocha and walnuts :) You can adjust this recipe to suit many tastes by adding different ingredients.
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Pumpkin Potage Halloween Recipe Pumpkin Potage Halloween Recipe
Use the kabocha squash to make this halloween recipe.
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Pumpkin Cheesecake Halloween Recipe Pumpkin Cheesecake Halloween Recipe
This deliciously rich cheesecake has a pleasant pumpkin and cheese flavor! If the top of the cheesecake browns too quickly, cover it with aluminum foil to slow it down while baking.
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Peach Lassi Recipe Peach Lassi Recipe
The juicier and riper the peaches are, the more delicious the lassi will be! You can also freeze the peach slices and make an exquisite peach gelato.
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How to Make Pepper Steak How to Make Pepper Steak
In the original recipes in China, pork is often used but in Japan using beef is more common. If bamboo shoots are not available in your area, you can increase the amount of bell peppers.
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Potato Salad Recipe Potato Salad Recipe
A simple and delicious potato salad recipe.
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Reba Nira Recipe Reba Nira Recipe
A great way to cook pork or beef liver. This traditional dish is delicious. A simple, and simply delicious main dish.
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Saba Misoni Recipe Saba Misoni Recipe
This is a great fresh fish recipe. It is one of the most popular home cooked meals in Japan!
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How to Make Satsuma-Age How to Make Satsuma-Age
Enjoy the freshly-fried satsuma-age with a tiny bit of the ginger soy sauce! This homemade satsuma-age doesn't contain any additives and has a minimum amount of salt.
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How to Make Sata Andagi How to Make Sata Andagi
A delicious donut recipe from Okinawa.
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How to Make Scotch Eggs How to Make Scotch Eggs
The combination of the crispy outside and the gooey inside is so delicious! Scotch eggs are an English dish and authentic recipes use a hard boiled egg and sausage meat. This version is inspired by a Japanese dish called Menchikatsu.
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How to Make Melon Kakigori How to Make Melon Kakigori
This luxurious melon sauce isn't heated at all, so you can enjoy the fresh flavor and aroma of the muskmelon.
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Seafood Doria Recipe Seafood Doria Recipe
Seafood Doria is a Western-influenced dish, in which a creamy white sauce with seafood and mushrooms is poured over rice and baked.
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Quick Tip

Try to always be a day ahead in your cooking. If you follow this rule, then, when you get home from work, the family dinner will be waiting for you, rather than everyone waiting on supper. While you are heating up the meal you can be preparing for the next, or you can wait until everyone is fed before working on tomorrow. This puts the power back into your own hands by allowing you to cook when it best suits you while eliminating the stress caused by rushing.


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