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How to Make Gomoku Ankake Yakisoba Noodles. How to Make Gomoku Ankake Yakisoba Noodles.
The combination of the meat, seafood and vegetables gives the dish a delicious flavor! Microwave the noodles before cooking so that the outside browns quickly and the inside remains tender.
6:42
By: Cooking with Dog
How to Make a Creamy Stew with Chicken and Root Vegetables How to Make a Creamy Stew with Chicken and Root Vegetables
This creamy stew with chicken and root vegetables is incredibly tasty and healthy.
8:08
By: Cooking with Dog
How to Make Takoyaki How to Make Takoyaki
Takoyaki is a ball-shaped Japanese snack made of a wheat flour-based batter and cooked in a special takoyaki pan. Learn how to make it here!
4:33
By: Cooking with Dog
How to Make Delicious Edamame Beans How to Make Delicious Edamame Beans
Edamame are young green soybeans which are rich in proteins, vitamins, minerals and omega-3 and -6 fatty acids! It is also known to help break down the alcohol in your body so it could be the best snack for your drinking party
2:50
By: Cooking with Dog
How to Make Hoto Noodles How to Make Hoto Noodles
Hoto is a popular regional dish originating from Yamanashi, Japan made by stewing flat udon noodles and vegetables in miso soup.
6:18
By: Cooking with Dog
How to Make a Marinated Cucumber and Ginger Salad How to Make a Marinated Cucumber and Ginger Salad
Learn how to make a marinated cucumber and ginger salad. You can also use boiled octopus or roasted aburaage, thin deep-fried tofu instead of the shirasu whitebait. Toasted white sesame seeds or shredded fried egg are sometimes used as a garnish.
2:47
By: Cooking with Dog
How to Make Kudzukiri and Kuromitsu Syrup How to Make Kudzukiri and Kuromitsu Syrup
Kuromitsu is a Japanese sugar syrup, literally "black honey". It is similar to molasses, but thinner and milder.
3:21
By: Cooking with Dog
How to Make Chicken Nanbanzuke How to Make Chicken Nanbanzuke
How to Make Chicken Nanbanzuke, and easy, fast japanese style chicken.
5:59
By: Cooking with Dog
How to Make Hamburg Steak How to Make Hamburg Steak
Hamburg steak is beefsteak that is shaped into a patty to be cooked after being chopped.
5:00
By: Cooking with Dog
How to Make Fukagawameshi a Japanese Soup Recipe How to Make Fukagawameshi a Japanese Soup Recipe
Be careful not to overcook the clams to keep them from getting tough and shrinking.
7:39
By: Cooking with Dog
How to Make Fried Shiso Wrapped Sardines How to Make Fried Shiso Wrapped Sardines
The umeboshi, pickled plum and shiso leaves add a refreshing taste to the sardines! If sardines are not available, try beef, pork, chicken or other types of fish for this recipe.
4:14
By: Cooking with Dog
How to Make Fried Tsukune, Chicken Meatballs How to Make Fried Tsukune, Chicken Meatballs
Fried Tsukune (Chicken Meatballs), tasty and unsusual chicken meatballs.
4:20
By: Cooking with Dog
How to Heat Sake How to Heat Sake
Sake is traditionally served warm in Japan. The rice wine's taste varies subtly with temperature.
1:12
By: Howcast Studio
How to Make Japanese Green Tea How to Make Japanese Green Tea
Japanese ceremonial green tea is prepared from a tea powder known as matcha. You can make this tea at home without going through the ceremony.
1:07
By: Howcast Studio
The Japanese Cocktail Recipe The Japanese Cocktail Recipe
Learn how to make the Japanese Cocktail,with brandy and orgeat syrup.
7:07
By: Small Screen
How to Make Onigiri - Japanese Rice Balls How to Make Onigiri - Japanese Rice Balls
Learn how to make Onigiri (Japanese rice balls) for your Japanese bento box with the recipe and instructions in this Howcast video.
1:08
By: Howcast Studio
Sushi Ingredients to Have on Hand Sushi Ingredients to Have on Hand
Learn what sushi ingredients you need to have on hand to make sushi with the help of a sushi chef in this Howcast food video.
3:19
By: Howcast Studio
How to Make 3 Different Kinds of Japan How to Make 3 Different Kinds of Japan
Learn how to make 3 different types of Japanese roll with this guide from a sushi master. Forget the expensive takeaway, learn to make authentic, tasty sushi rolls yourself with this guide.
6:27
By: Scoff
How to Cook Homemade Yaki Udon How to Cook Homemade Yaki Udon
Japanese chef Atsko Ikeda shows you how to make Yaki Udon at home.
2:16
By: Scoff
How to Prepare Udon Noodle Dishes How to Prepare Udon Noodle Dishes
Japanese chef Atsko Ikeda shows you how to prepare Udon noodle dishes.
2:29
By: Scoff
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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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