Traditional manju that mom would make on special occassions.
Quick and easy yasai soba cooked vegetarian style with fresh mushrooms, peppers, carrots or whatever you want to add...
Yabo’s Local Style Pork Tofu - a recipe shared with me by my god daughters grandfather. What I learned from him was to “boil” the sauce with the tofu in it, it creates a flavorful textured tofu; similar to what I was served at a favorite long gone restaurant.
A variation of my brother in laws delicious soba recipe. I am a noodle person. This is a quick version of the Japanese-style char siu prepared on the stove top instead of slow roasting in the oven and a home made dashi broth. Use your favorite dashi and your favorite condiments. I like it just as is, plain and simple and so soothing.
Usually, it's vegetables of some kind, along with some meat. But you can fill it with carne asada, spinach & ricotta cheese, pulled pork and barbecue sauce, macaroni & cheese--the possibilities are endless! On a lazy Sunday morning, I decided to make some egg roll with the vegetable odds & ends in the refrigerator--which turned into Yakisoba Egg...
A popular dish at our neighborhood Korean Restaurant; once served as their special of the day is now a regular item on their menu. This Yuk Hoe (Beef Tartare) fresh and lightly spiced flavored beef is traditionally served with Asian pears, cucumber and lettuce leaves.
This Yakisoba recipe is the perfect stir-fry recipe. With a combination of grilled noodles and pork, no one can turn down this delicious recipe.
Try this Yakitori Chicken Ssam recipe. Ssam (pronounced: sahm) literally means “wrapped” in Korean and is a common way to eat grilled meat. The meat is typically grilled at the table and served along with condiments such as ssamjang, raw garlic, chili peppers and plenty of lettuce leaves.
Now you can have those wonderfully sinful smells from the mall food court in your own kitchen. The quintessential special dessert indulgence for us all.
I so look forward to my holiday package from a co-worker friend of mine. While he may not look like a baker, he comes up with some fantastic recipes. A twist on the standard lavosh, this recipe incorporates our popular furikake, toasted seaweed seasoning. Crispy, light and delicate.
The most common of “nabe” style hot pot dishes. This quick recipe combines shrimp, tofu and fishcake. All cooked in a flavorful broth.
A wonderfully fragrant side dish full of complex flavors. Pair this with some spicy curry or vegetable dish.
Here at our Japanese specialty stores, you will find many, many different varieties of bottled Yakisoba sauces, each with a little different flavor. Make this in batches to have handy in your refrigerator.