Category: Japanese

Japanese Confectionery – Yatsuhashi

YATSUHASHI by Mako   Yatsuhashi is a traditional Japanese confectionery made of Japanese glutinous rice flour, sugar, and cinnamon and folded into a triangle shape with sweet fillings. It is an extremely popular souvenir among tourists and local Japanese and is famous for being a regional product of Kyoto.   Ingredients: Group A Shiratamako (Japanese…

Pan-fried Scallop in Spinach Milk Sauce

Fine quality scallops goes well with any type of food. The milk and spinach sauce is simple to prepare and packs a punch pairing with the pan-fried scallops. This recipe is designed and created specially for the exhibition at Japan Booth during FHA 2018.

Squid Innards Milk Ramen

Ikano shiokara gives a strong and unique flavor to food. It goes well with rice, however, for this dish, we used the shiokara to enhance the taste of the ramen soup with milk. The dish goes well with sake too. This recipe is designed and created specially for the exhibition at Japan Booth during FHA…

Soba and Spinach Salad

In Japan, soba is often eaten by dipping in dashi soup. However, Soba can make a good main for salads as it has less gluten and hence considered a healthier choice than pasta. The point to note when preparing soba is to boil it according to the instructions on the label of each soba brand…

Octopus Salad

Fresh Japanese Octopus can be used in a variety of dishes. For this fusion dish, the octopus has been freshly caught in Japan and then boiled and freezed immediately. What you have to do is only to unfreeze it at home! You may, of course, use fresh ones from markets! Bonus: It goes really well…

Japanese Ratatouille

Japanese Ratatouille is a healthy dish exploding with taste and the best part is that it can be prepared a day in advance, saving you time. This is a classic example using Dashi, Salt and bonito flakes to instill Japanese-flavour to the food. This recipe is designed and created specially for the exhibition at Japan…

Watari Crab and Gagome Kelp Sushi

Watari crabs are often used in pasta and miso soup but in this recipe, the crab is already cooked and can be used immediately after defrosting, thus we try to use it as sushi ingredients. The use of gagome kelp brings out the umami from the sushi rice making it so delectable to the taste…