Chicken Nanban, Japanese food

Japanese Food 100 – #37 Chicken Nanban

Chicken Nanban, fried chicken with vinegar and tartar sauce, is a western-influenced Japanese food. The origin of this food is Nobeoka, Miyazaki prefecture and now it’s now eaten all over Japan. Chicken breast or thigh meat is usually used. Crispy fried chicken with vinegar and tartar sauce is ad... more
Dashimakitamago, Japanese food

Japanese Food 100 – #36 Dashimakitamago

Dashimakitamago, rolled dashi omelet, looks similar to Tamagoyaki. It’s infused with the flavor of dashi stock made from fish (usually bonito) and kelp. Compare to Tamagoyaki, Dashimakitamago is less sweet than Tamagoyaki and texture is softer and fluffy. It’s usually served with graded daikon ra... more
tamagoyaki, Japanese rolled omelet, Japanese food

Japanese Food 100 – #35 Tamagoyaki

Tamagoyaki is a Japanese rolled omelet, which is made by rolling together several layers of cooked egg. Tamago means egg and Yaki means grilled. Tamagoyaki is one of the most popular Japanese cuisines, not only among kids but also adults. Also, it is said that you can tell the level of Japanese re... more
edamame, Japanese food,

Japanese Food 100 – #34 Edamame

Edamame is immature soybeans in the pod. The pods are boiled and salted for flavoring. In Japan, Edamame is one of the most popular snack or an appetizer when you are drinking. At any Izakaya restaurants, they have Edamame as one of their menu. Edamame is originally a Japanese food but now can b... more
buta noshogayaki, grilled ginger pork, Japanese food,

Japanese Food 100 – #33 Buta no Shoga Yaki

Buta no Shouga Yaki, grilled ginger pork, is one of the taste of home and made up by marinated pork with ginger, sake, and soy sauce and so on and grilled. Buta means pork, Shouga is ginger and Yaki for grill/fly in Japanese language. It’s usually served together with shredded cabbage like small s... more
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