You can cook Japanese food easily at home!
December 5, 2016
Daikon of convenience stores oden
Daikon (Japanese radish) is a vegetable often used in Japanese cooking. Daikon can be found at every grocery store and supermarket all year round, but especially in the winter. Daikon harvested in the winter have a sweeter taste than summer daikon, which tend to be hotter tasting. Daikon is often simmered. One such dish is oden which has a bonito and dried sea tangle soup stock base and contains many ingredients such as a tube-shaped fish paste cake, fish paste balls, pounded fish cake, boiled eggs, as well as daikon. Daikon can also be eaten raw in such dishes as tsukemono (Japanese pickles), grated radish and tsuma (shredded daikon) which is almost always served with sashimi. If you would like to eat daikon in Japan, the easiest thing to do is to buy oden at convenience stores because it is sold there year round.
What kind of impression do you have when you say Japanese food?
You may imagine healthy, colorful, beautiful, high quality, traditional, etc. Can you imagine cooking Japanese food at home? Most people may think that it is difficult.
However, we think otherwise. Therefore, here at J-Simple Recipes (Japanese Simple Recipes) we have prepared recipes for traditional Japanese dishes and international dishes with a Japanese twist which can easily be made at home. It may be difficult to obtain all Japanese foodstuffs and seasonings, so we have included substitutions you can make. If you cannot get any Japanese foodstuffs or seasonings at the shops in your neighborhood, you can purchase them at numerous sites on the Internet.
At J-Simple Recipes, we have three keywords: “Simple,” “Healthy” and “Delicious.”
We want you to continue to cook Japanese food for a long time, so we have made the recipes simple.
Because the Japanese cuisine has many low-calorie foods, you can have a healthy meal naturally and may not gain weight even if you eat a little too much.
You may think that healthy and easy- to-cook food is not delicious, but that is not so with J-Simple Recipes.
J-Simple Recipes includes some international dishes with a Japanese twist, too. For example, even if you are just frying meat or vegetables, you can add soy sauce as the final seasoning in order to give any international dish a Japanese twist. So you can easily begin to like Japanese food.
Everyone has their own eating traditions, but if you add just a few Japanese recipes, your cooking experience will expand. So please enjoy cooking Japanese food.
At J-Simple Recipes, we have six categories:
Japanese food and international dishes with a Japanese twist. It is the main part of this site.
Japanese recipes for rice dishes and miso soup.
An introduction to foodstuffs used in Japanese cooking.
An introduction to the typicalof the Japanese people.
This section on table manners is designed to help you in eating Japanese dishes.
This section includes.