Yaki Mandu is a Korean dumpling that can be steamed or fried. There is a lot of prep in making these and they take some time, but as quick as you can fry them, they will be gone!
A favourite at Izakaya restaurants, Yaki Onigiri are Japanese grilled rice balls covered in savoury soy sauce.
Yaki is Japanese for pan fried and udon are the thick and chewy noodles, made from wheat flour. This recipe is simple, requiring little skill. The trick is the high heat and the short cooking time.
Using thick, chewy udon noodles, this yakiudon recipe helps you to add some authentic Japanese flavours to your standard stir fry and make your cooking come to life.
Yakiniku sauce is a sweet & flavourful Japanese BBQ sauce. It’s perfect for dipping thinly sliced, well marbled, short rib and other grilled goodies.
Yakisoba is a classic Japanese stir fry noodles dish with pork and vegetables, and seasoned with a sweet & savoury sauce similar to Worcestershire sauce.
Japanese buckwheat noodles with chicken is the best!
Yakisoba is perhaps one of Japan’s best known street foods and it literally means “grilled noodles”.
Tossed with pork and cabbage, this Yakisoba is an easy stir-fried noodle that’s gluten-free. The homemade yakisoba sauce makes it all special.
A genuine taste of Japan. Follow the recipe with no substitutions.
Chicken pieces rest overnight in a tasty ginger, soy sauce and rice wine marinade before being pan-fried, baked, or grilled. Serve hot with rice or noodles.
Glazed in a homemade tare sauce, these vegetables bring colour and vibrancy to your summer barbecue. Finish off with brushes of the sweet-savoury sauce.
Different but delicious.
Fish Yassa aka Poisson Yassa – A Senegalese seasoned fish smothered in lemon, garlic and mustard sauce - grilled or fried.
This has to be the best mustard based barbecue sauce I have ever had. A perfect topping for wings! It is also great on chicken and pulled pork.