Thick chewy noodles served in soy sauce based dashi broth, this simple Udon Noodle Soup is called Kake Udon in Tokyo and Su Udon in Osaka.
Great side dish for all Asian food.
The vinegar dipping sauce balances out the oiliness of the dish as a result of the deep frying. It also gives a sweet, sour & hot taste as the crispy batter quickly absorbs the flavour of the sauce.
I over-stuffed this one and the burrito you see in the picture above came in at over 560 g, enough to serve two.
The Ultimate Breakfast Sandwich with eggs, bacon, guacamole, chunky tomato sauce, cheese, all on a toasted croissant. Totally over the top.
Most important are Okonomiyaki sauce, Katsuoboshi, Aonori and Mayonnaise. You can use SIDS HOT WORCESTER and SIDS RASPBERRY HONEY MAYO instead.
Umami hamburger is way more simple, clean, un-fussy, un-pretentious and way more delicious because the ultimate umami comes from the fish sauce that we’ve been using for decades.
Sweet caramelized unagi sauce drizzled over perfectly grilled unagi and steamed rice, this Unadon will make any Japanese food enthusiasts mouth water.
Think grilled meat, fish, tofu, mushrooms and rice ball (Yaki Onigiri). A drizzle of this sweet-savory sauce to heighten the flavour of the dish. Use as a marinade or on freshly cooked noodles.
Confused when eating Japanese cuisine in a restaurant? Here is a list of terminology to help.
Table manners are essential for two reasons. One is to make others comfortable. The second reason is to keep us from embarrassing ourselves.
Fillo pastry sheet filled with a savoury chicken and potato filling, shaped into triangles and baked until crispy. These mini pies are wonderful. A favourite from Uzbekistan.