We're nearing the end of the year and the end of our recipes for this holiday season. This time we're making BBQ Yakisoba, which are stir fried noodles, with our BBQ Sauce. This recipe does call for some fish stock, but you can use your choice of stock to elevate the flavor of the dish. While this dish will likely be finished in one sitting, consider stuffing any leftovers in a hot dog bun and add...
Sweet, savory and slightly crispy pork belly on a bed of rice, what a delight! This recipe calls for Pork Belly (not bacon!), grilled over the fry pan and adding our original Yakitori Sauce. Be sure to get a nice slight char on the Pork Belly for that crispy texture and don't grill with the sauce too long to avoid burning you pan.
【Pork Belly Rice Bowl】
This is probably our simplest recipe but also an absolute treat to add to any meal. Using our Yuzu Pepper/Yuzukosho by itself already elevates many dishes, by adding a nice clean heat, a slight tangy and aromatic Yuzu. However, this butter mix is a great addition to any steak for an added depth of flavors. It also goes well with any fish or chicken.
Cold Noodles in the middle of winter you say?! In Japan and some Asian countries, there is a practice of Shime, or closing of a meal. In Japan after a night of dining at an Izakaya and drinking, people typically order a bowl of rice, Ramen, Udon or Soba, both cold or hot. This cold soba in our soy & sesame dressing sauce is a great way to end a meal, with a cool and refreshing taste to cleanse...
Who doesn't love Poke? This recipe is very easy to make and takes little to no time to make! This recipe calls for our Goma or Sesame Sauce, with the creamy an almost a concentrate of sesame flavors, it will help bring in some sesame aroma while adding flavors to the Tuna. Be sure to mix well and lightly to ensure all pieces are marinated.
Chicken wings are more typically eaten fried, grilled or baked in the oven, but this recipe braises chicken wings in our Ponzu Sauce for a tender, juicy and flavorful chicken wings. Diluting the sauce with water in equal parts is very important for a more gentle and mild flavor throughout. Be sure to lower the heat to a simmer, if not you'll end up with tough wings!
【Braised Chicken Wings】