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Dish 27: Japanese cuisine -Chawan mushi “savory custard”

It is a Japanese style custard. Instead of using water (Chinese style), they use Dashi to mix with eggs, such method largely enhance the flavor of seafood. 51 more words

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Dish 26: Japanese cuisine - Spinach, Tofu, Sprout Salad

I didn’t follow the procedures from the reference book, which just mentions that combine all ingredient in a food processor to make it. What I did is heating the sesame seed, add oil, and when the oil is warm then put all the other ingredients in and keep heating 30 seconds. 118 more words

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Bowled over: instant noodles work their charm

Following my blog post on Japanese cuisine, which focused mainly on sushi, I’ve since been interested to know more about another Japanese national obsession: instant noodles. 693 more words

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Riozen @ Little Tokyo - Pasong Tamo

I’ve always preferred cold days, since there is nothing better than to slurp your way through a steaming bowl of noodles – fragrant, savory, and noodle-y. 1,016 more words

Kezō-ji Temple

Kezō-ji is one of my favourite spots in Matsue. Remote, quiet, and with a great atmosphere. And although it’s difficult to get for people travelling by public transport, in my opinion, it’s definitely worth the visit.  336 more words

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*Katsudon Recipe

Katsudon is one of the more popular dishes in Japan. It’s main ingredient is a pork cutlet that is usually accompanied with rice and eggs. The site… 33 more words

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