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Japanese Recipes

Bali: Sushi Tei Kuta

Bali is a heaven for fish and seafood lovers. To be honest, I don’t enjoy sushi as much as sashimi. I used to love sushi so much but now if I have to choose sushi or sashimi, I’ll go fo sashimi all the way. Somebody craved for Japanese food while we were in Indonesia. I …

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Shrimp, Tofu, and Mushroom Ankake Donburi Recipe

Seriously, I have been wanting to make Ankake Donburi (あんかけ丼) for so long. Harumi Kurihara the author of Everyday Harumi cookbook has the explanation what Ankake is. Ankake is a typical Japanese sauce, made from thickened dashi stock and can be served with a variety of ingredients. As other Japanese and Korean cooking, the thickening …

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Call It Fusion – Javanese Fried Bihun Topped with Salmon Teriyaki

I totally made a fusion food.  Bihun is what people known for rice vermicelli.  This dish was influenced by the Chinese immigrants in Indonesia. Incorporated with Javanese spices makes this dish a Javanese dish. Topped with Salmon Teriyaki induces a totally fusion dish.  To be exact, everything in these two foods are fusion. I posted …

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[Food Photo Series] Go Green with Matcha Soba

This is the second series of Go Green. It was actually served with dashi miso broth, wakame, tofo, chrysanthemum greens (other names: garland chrysanthemum, edible chrysanthemum, tong ho), lo bak (other names: Japanese daikon, Japanese/Chinese radish), and green onion. Since I wanted to take several shots of matcha soba, the soba was just undercooked and …

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