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Making Japanese Food

Japanese food had always been a very popular cuisine around the world. As more and more people begin to enjoy having Japanese food, many also begin to love to try doing it on their own. Today, we will be giving you some guidelines on how to make Japanese food. The first thing that you will need to do if you want to learn how to cook Japanese food is to get the Japanese cooking equipment and ingredients. Since they are now widely available around the world with globalization, you do not need to worry about not being able to find them.


Japanese food is all about creativity. Before you start cooking Japanese food, it is suggested that you make a visit to the supermarket or Japanese supermarket to get the ingredients for your recipe. To prepare Japanese food, you will need to be more meticulous by giving attention to details as food is regarded as a form of art.

Usually, Japanese foods will include ingredients such as unagi. Salmon, tuna, pork, beef, green beans and many others. There are a few distinctive cooking methods that are often used by the Japanese. These are methods such as shabu-shabu for thin sliced beef. While frying is used for their tempura using flour and oil, also tempuras are usually served with soy sauce. There is also grilling where it is often used for their fishes and chicken and served with their specially made sauce.

Dumplings are also another favorite Japanese food. Gyoza skins are used and they are usually pan fry before they are served. The filling of the dumpling are typically minced pork mixed with onions and spices. The fillings are then wrapped in the Gyoza skin with the edges folded. These are steamed and then fried and usually served with soy sauce and ginger.

For noodles, there is the soba and udon. There are a variety of different flavored for soba. The more common one is the cha soba, which is green tea flavored. It is the thin green noodles while udon is the thicker white ones. Both are made from wheat and are served in different styles.

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