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Kid-Friendly Japanese Food: vol.96

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Menu:
– Japanese rice topped with Natto
– Miso soup with Fu
– Simmered hijiki seaweed
– Harusame salad
– Stir-fry Spinach and sesame

Simmered Kiriboshi Daikon

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Simmered Kiriobshi Daikon (Simmered dried daikon strips) is a traditional Japanese side dish perfect for Japanese breakfast and Bento. Kiriboshi Daikon provides more nutrients than fresh daikon radish because the sun-drying process concentrates umami and nutrients and increases the content of calcium, iron, and B vitamins. It is also high in insoluble dietary fiber, making it a recommended food for people suffering from constipation, for example. This is also a Plant-based, Vegan & Gluten-free Japanese recipe.

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Japanese Kitchen Tools : Gyoza Spatula

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Do you like gyoza? I love gyoza, so I often make them at home. And I use this gyoza spatula when I do. Of course, you can use a spoon, but this tool is very time-saving because it allows you to quickly put the right amount of ingredients on the gyoza skin and spread it nice and thin. And of course, it can be used not only for dumplings, but also for spreading jam or butter on toast. For Gyoza & Gyoza Pastry recipe, please visit my food blog “YUCa’s Japanese Cooking”!

◎ About this kitchen tool ◎
Gyoza spatula : あんべら An-bera
https://amzn.to/3QT01Uy (Overseas)
https://amzn.to/3TfGVcV (in Japan)

How To Store Tofu

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Tofu is one of the essential ingredients in Japanese food. There are two main types of tofu: silken tofu, which has a smooth texture on the tongue, and cotton (momen) tofu, which has a texture. It can be eaten in a variety of ways, such as cut into pieces and eaten as a topping for chilled tofu or salads, mashed and mixed with other boiled vegetables as a Shiraae, in miso soup, as tofu steak, or even as fried tofu. 

Kid-Friendly Japanese Food: vol.95

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Menu:
– Japanese rice topped with Natto
– Miso soup with Fu, onion and wakame
– Simmered pumpkin
– Tomato pasta
– Miso stir-fry with pork and cabbage
– Potato salad

BEST 5 Popular Onigiri In Japan

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In this video, I present a ranking of the BEST 5 most popular Onigiri (rice balls) among Japanese children. What are the selected five onigiri among all the onigiri?

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Japanese Kitchen Tools : Oil Brush & Container

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Have you all heard of Okonomiyaki? In Japan, we use this kitchen tool for this dish, I thought I’d give it a whirl and see what it can do for okonomiyaki! This oil container has a brush so that just the right amount of oil can be drawn thinly and evenly over the pan.

◎ About this kitchen tool ◎
Oil Brush & Container : 油引き Aburahiki
https://amzn.to/3QruXuW (Overseas)
https://amzn.to/3AlHOJu (in Japan)

How To Store Cabbage

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I’ll introduce you how to store cabbage in the freezer. There are two ways so don’t miss it!

Kakitama-Jiru (Japanese Egg Drop Soup)

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In this recipe video, I will introduce how to make Japanese Egg Drop Soup called “Kakitama-Jiru”. In addition to tofu, we will also add onion and broccoli to add nutritions. This is also a perfect soup for babies around 9 to 12 months old so I’ll show you how to eat it in a way that both children and adults can enjoy by simply changing the seasonings.

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