I used to like Japanese curry that is made of shop-selling curry paste, but once after I learnt authentic curry cooking, I can not resist my homemade curry. I put so many spices, so the sauce tastes really deep but not too heavy, that why I like my recipe. Most […]
Simple, just simple. This vinegary vegetables are Namasu which is very traditional Japanese side dish, and it is the filling of the Tuna. My kids love Wasabi and had fun to grate it by themselves! Somebody was so fascinated to grate fresh Wasabi and somebody was enthusiastic to munch the […]
This curry soup is utterly my original and it contains some Japanese elements like white miso, Kelp Umami etc.. Arranging spices are so much fun, it’s like a chemical experiment!
Our lovely customers kindly allow me to know their great achievements of recreating Japanese foods that they learnt in our classes 🙂 They learnt Aji (horse mackerel) Fry & Tar Tar Sauce and Garlicky Gizzard Karaage that are typical Izakaya food. Well done, ladies! Looks absolutely delightful!!And another lovely customer […]
Some throwback photos of yesterday’s Japanese cooking class.
Some shots of yesterday’s workshop with Joanne from goodness gracious. Well done, guys, you beautifully made an organic beeswax wrap and Teriyaki Chicken Roll Sushi & Mochi 🙂
Simplicity is the best way to let the quality stands out 🙂
Tomato garlic sauce.This healthy sauce that is made of all fresh vegetables and ingredients can be such a multi-usage. The sauce is for Renkon (lotus root) Burger & Yakitori Gizzard. Pretty micro-herb is from my small garden in the balcony 🙂 Another dish for the sauce was Grilled Beef Salad […]
A quick sharing of yesterday’s class (I disappointingly forgot to take photos of sushi itself!)