Expats: What Japanese dishes do you cook at home?

Asked by Victoria Vlisides · 3 years ago

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Answered by Martyn Bissett · 3 years ago

I've had a go at cooking a variety of dishes such as donburis, curry, sushi, nabe, ramen etc. I quite like this book - Recipes of Japanese Cooking - it is useful for living in Japan as it uses ingredients you can buy here, but it's also written in English as well as Japanese. Good for learning Japanese too as the English and Japanese are on the same page, cooking nouns and verbs.

Recently I've been learning more vegetarian dishes, more cook-at-home style dishes and bento recipes. Vegetables and tofu sides, with rice, miso etc. I own this book which has been useful (vegan, and only Japanese) - ますます菜菜ごはん

Answered by Olga Kaneda · 3 years ago

I sometimes cook miso soup, tonkatsu, gyoza. Usually if I am looking for some Japanese dish recipe in English, pops up Just One Cookbook by a Japanese woman living in US.

Answered by Peter Sidell · 3 years ago

Goya Chanpuru! It's quick and easy and delicious, and I've experimented by adding in cumin or paprika, and sliced olives.

Answered by Mandy Bartok · 3 years ago

Having lived in Okinawa, I should do more with goya ... but I don't. :) I make oyakodon, soba noodles and a lot of things with miso. My daughter loves to help me wrap gyoza too. 

Answered by Linda Cordes · 3 years ago

I make curry, niku jaga, sukiyaki, and nabe on a regular basis. I also love to pick up Japanese cookbooks and try new recipes all of the time. 

Answered by Preethu P · 3 years ago

Yakisoba,karage,soup and many more....

pleease check this site and try it


Answered by Relinda Puspita · 3 years ago

Takoyaki, since you can by its fluor and pan.

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