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Welcome to “YUCa’s Japanese Cooking”,
a cooking class in TOKYO.

Chef and Recipe creator YUCa will guide you through the art of
Easy, Simple and Delicious Japanese food to you!

YUCa’s Maternity Leave

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Last class before maternity leave was with the guests all from Vancouver, CANADA 🇨🇦!
What a coincidence!!! I hope many more miracles will happen after my maternity leave.

YUCa’s maternity leave :
Sep 1st, 2019 – Nov 21st, 2019

Taiyaki

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Do you know this fish shape waffle? This is called Taiyaki (鯛焼き). “Tai (鯛)” means a carp and “Yaki (焼き)” means stir-fry or bake in Japanese. To make this shape, you need to buy special waffle machine. You can buy online or electric stores here in Japan to make at home or you can find Taiyaki shops at many places here in Japan. Usually, Taiyaki has red bean paste inside but some shops sell custard cream, matcha cream, sweet potato paste, Chocolate cream, Sesame cream etc. In this recipe, I introduce the traditional Taiyaki which has red bean paste inside. Enjoy!

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9 months pregnant!

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9 months pregnant now. Maybe my tummy is a bit small ?!
Our baby (My family call the baby Bebe-chan!) kicks my stomach a lot all day these days. Sometimes it hurts but that’s one of the precious memory in life.

YUCa’s Table : vol.170

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Menu:
– Japanese rice  [Recipe]
– Sweetened black beans
– Kimpira (stir-fry burdock and carrot)  [Recipe]
– Pickled plum
– Grilled salmon
– Sautéed cabbage
– Simmered Konnyaku and fried tofu with Yuzu miso sauce
– Mayo egg salad
– Karaage

Soymilk

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Have you ever tasted soymilk? I usually buy soymilk at the market but I decided to make from scratch at home. I realized that homemade soymilk has more natural flavor from soybeans. If you need some sweetness, please add various sweeteners (i.e. Honey, Agave syrup, Brown sugar, Coconut sugar etc) and enjoy comparing those flavors. It’s FUN!

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Catch your food at the UO in Shibuya

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Hello, everyone!
In this vlog, I will introduce unique and interesting restaurant which is located in Shibuya. I visited this place last year so it’s a bit old but please check how unique this is! Highly recommended!!!

Enjoy Japanese foods! YUCa

YUCa’s Table : vol.169

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Menu:
– Japanese rice  [Recipe]
– Sweetened black beans
– Kimpira (stir-fry burdock and carrot)  [Recipe]
– Stir-fry green pepper
– Sautéed white bean sprouts and chive
– Egg and chive miso soup
– Teriyaki salmon

Kimpira | Stir-fry burdock and carrot

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Kimpira is one of my favorite veggie side dish. Have you ever taster this? Or some of you may have seen them in a bento box. I want to eat this at every meal and everyday. Kimpira is a stir-fry veggie dish with say sauce, mirin, sake and sugar. But Kimpira usually with burdock and carrot. You can cut into various sizes and shapes. When I feel like biting chunks, I cut them into big pieces. I hope you enjoy this simple and easy dish!

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Last and The BEST shaved ice in this summer!

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Last and the BEST shaved ice in this summer! 🍧
Bye-bye, Summer of 2019 !!!

Time to enjoy Japanese pears

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The fall has come ! At the good timing, many pears from my hometown has also come! I especially love them because they are so sweet and sounds “Shaki-shaki” (crispy) !!! As you see, my family cannot eat all of it in a short period so I usually serve in my cooking class and also give to the neighbors every year!

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