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Delicious recipes using Japanese ingredients

Wagyu Beef and Beans

Here we take pork beans, a popular American home-cooked dish, and make it using Japan-produced wagyu beef.

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Herb-Roasted Scallops

Use this simple recipe to enjoy these Japanese scallops, which are full of savory flavor.

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Miso Piroshki

Miso is an ancient Japanese fermented seasoning to which saltiness, sweetness and umami have been added.

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Salmon Curry

This recipe uses wild salmon harvested from Japanese waters in curry with coconut milk, an Asian favorite. Salmon is easy to prepare, as it does not fall apart when cooked.

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Matcha-flavored Flockensahne Torte

This is a fusion of a traditional German cake and Japanese matcha green tea powder.

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Fried Japanese Rice with Dried Whitebaits and Peanuts

Taiwan’s popular dish, a stir-fry of dried whitebaits and egg, turns into a satisfying meal with the addition of delicious Japanese rice.

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Wagyu Beef with Seasoned Oil

Lightly sautéed beef wagyu served Cantonese-style, drizzled with seasoned oil. The seasoned oil in this recipe is often served over chicken in Hong Kong.

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Mabo-style Nagaimo

Try the popular Szechuan dish "Mabo-style Tofu" with nagaimo (Chinese yam).

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Sweet and Sour Yellowtail

Sweet and sour pork is a Cantonese dish popular for its unique sweet and tangy flavor. Substituting Japan-farmed fatty yellowtail for pork gives it a new, delicious twist.

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Steamed Salmon Dumplings

A variation on the popular Chinese dish, steamed dumplings.

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Korean Pancakes with Alaska Pollock

Alaska pollock is a tender-fleshed fish. It gives the pancakes a delightfully rich flavor.

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Bean Thread Noodle Salad with Apple

This recipe adds Japanese apple to the standard Thai dish, yum woon sen, a salad with bean thread noodles. .

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Bonito Kabsa

Kabsa is a popular Saudi Arabian dish of rice with meat and vegetables.

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Experience the tastiness of Japanese food ingredients within your own national cuisine.

Japanese food is of high quality, and the raw ingredients themselves are richly flavored. Using them, not just in Japanese cuisine but in combination with the cuisine of any nation, broadens the reach of these wonderful flavors. Here we have taken popular recipes from various countries and modified them using Japanese ingredients. Why not try the novel flavors produced by these combinations with Japanese ingredients?

Masae Furutani, Food Researcher

Has studied international food culture extensively including Japanese, Western and Chinese cuisine, and confectionery. Currently lectures at cookery schools, holds seminars and also develops new dishes for food companies.