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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 Table : vol.151

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Menu:
– Miso soup with wakame, spring onion and dried wheat gluten
– Japanese brown rice
– Grilled teriyaki yellowtail
– Egg
– Salad
– Pickled carrot
– Natto (fermented soybeans)
– Yogurt with homemade kumquat jam
– Hoji-cha

Oreryu Shio-Ramen @ Jingu-mae

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Jingu-mae area is always funky and pop culture area. New trends usually are born in this area. After cupcake and pancake shops, there are so many bubble tea and sweets shops including fashionable chocolate shops (and even rolling cake stand!) are now VERY popular in this area. I personally like to visit there to check new trends and to buy delicious donuts at the good town doughnuts. On the way to the donuts shop, I found this ramen shop called the Oreryu Shio-Ramen. “Ore-ryu” means my style. Men usually use “Ore” for themselves. I always research salt ramen, so my husband and I decided to try their ramen.
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Finalizing the edit for my first cookbook!

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All early-bird places have sold out! Thank you for sending us support messages, everyone (who pledged for my first cookbook project)!  We are now working on collecting your messages and editing some of them since we have limited of our space! Thank you for your understanding in advance!!! If you are still interested in getting my first cookbook, please be a supporter!
https://www.kickstarter.com/profile/yjc/created

YUCa’s Table : vol.150

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Menu:
– Miso soup with wakame, tofu and bonito flakes
– Japanese brown rice
– Grilled teriyaki salmon
– Salad
– Sauteed beef and vegetables with dark miso sauce
– Yogurt with homemade kumquat jam

YUCa’s Table : vol.149

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Menu:
– Miso soup with kimchi and tofu
– Green pea rice
– Veggie Gyoza
– Salad
– Natto* with mustard *fermented soybeans
– Yogurt with homemade kumquat jam
– Japanese green tea

YUCa’s Table : vol.148

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Menu:
– Miso based soup with pork, kimchi and lots of vegetables
– Japanese brown rice
– Japanese beef steak with salt and pepper
– Sweetened black beans
– Daikon Miso Dengaku [Recipe]
– Natto* with mustard    *fermented soybeans
– Yogurt with homemade kumquat jam

Daikon Dengaku Miso

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It’s time to enjoy Daikon radish. In winter, you especially see many daikon radish at the supermarket. Daikon radish has plain and a bit bitter taste so it’s good for grating, simmering, steaming and grilling etc…This time, I would like to introduce simmered daikon radish with miso sauce on top called “Daikon no dengaku miso”. This is also simple, easy and yummy recipe! You’ll simmer daikon radish with kelp and Japanese rices until it becomes almost transparent color.(it’s kinda magic!) Then, put bonito flakes to add more comfort flavor. After taking out the daikon radish from the pot, we then put special sauce made of dark brown miso called Haccho-miso. This sauce is AMAZING! You can put this sauce for many other dishes. Enjoy Japanese cooking!

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YUCa’s Table : vol.147

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Menu:
– Soy sauce based soup with wakame seaweed, spring onion and dried tofu
– Japanese brown rice
– Chicken Nanban [Recipe]
– Salad
– Seasoned soybeans, burdock, konnyaku and carrot
– Natto* with mustard    *fermented soybeans
– Green tea

Chicken Nanban

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I met some of my cooking class guests who don’t usually eat pork but chicken. In Japan, people tend to eat more pork rather than chicken. Of course, there are so many delicious Japanese foods with using chicken. My family and I like chicken a lot! This is a recipe for chicken lovers like us! Today’s dish “Chicken Nanban” is one of the Japanese home meals. “Nanban” is a type of dish which has been influenced by Portugal or ethnic countries in our history.”Nanban” dishes are usually either fried or used onion and peppers in a sauce. I love this secret sauce! In this recipe, I cut the chicken into bite-size pieces since I have a small child. But normally, we open the chicken with using knife to be thinly. So, it’s your choice. In addition to this fried chicken, we add tartar sauce made with boiled egg, mayonnaise and onion. This tartar sauce goes well with this salty and sweet sauce. So tasty and so special! Please try it out!!

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