Unohana, okara, Japanese food

Japanese Food 100 – #55 Unohana

Uonohana is made up by soy pulp.  It’s a pulp consisting of insoluble parts of the soybean which remains after pureed soybeans are filtered in the production of soy milk and tofu. It is usually white or yellowish in color.  This food is also called Okara too. Basic ingredients of Unohana is soy pul... more
Satoimo no Nikorogashi, Japanese food

Japanese Food 100 – #54 Satoimo no Nikorogashi

Satoimo no Nikorogashi is a dish of taros boiled in broth, called 'Nikorobashi'. Satoimo means taro and niru means simmer in Japanese. Taros are simmered in a pot with dashi broth, soy sauce, sugar and sweet cooking rice wine for flavoring. Satoimo no Nikorogashi has little sweet and heart-warmin... more
Hamnurger steak, Japanese food

Japanese Food 100 – #53 Hamburger Steak

Hamburger Steak is one of the most popular dishes which is loved by all age groups. It’s made up by mixed ground meats (Beef and Pork or just beef) together with small pieced onions, eggs, bread crumbs and other vegetables. Mold the meat mixture into thick oblong or round steaks and grill them. I... more
Tanuki soba, Japanese food

Japanese Food 100 – #52 Tanuki Soba

Just like Kitsune Udon, Tanuki Soba is another funny named Japanese Soba, buckwheat noodle in soup. Tanuki means Raccoon in Japanese. Crunchy bits of deep-fried dough produced as a byproduct of cooking tempura - which sometimes called as Tempura bits are placed on the top of Soba. There are many ... more
Kitsune udonm Japanese food

Japanese Food 100 – #51 Kitsune Udon

Kitsune Udon is one of the most basic menus at Udon restaurants. Kitsune means fox in Japanese. Kitsune Udon is Udon noodle with warm soup topped with Aburaage (sweetened deep-fried tofu). Japanese has been eating Kitsune Udon for long time and there are many reason why it’s called “Fox Udon". I... more
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