Thursday, June 21, 2018

DIY Onigiri Wrappers | Japanese Cooking Video Recipe

This video will show you how to make Onigiri wrappers using the stuff on hand: aluminum foil and scotch tape. If you have a cute masking tape, that will do and perfect 💕


DIY Onigiri Wrappers
DIY Onigiri Wrappers

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K6qLA7okTHM

Now you can keep Nori seaweed sheet fresh and crisp until you're ready to eat!!!




NOTE 1: 240g (0.5lb) rice & 2 tsp. Sesame oil (or any oil is ok) to coat the rice. 


NOTE 2: By mixing oil in rice, you can keep the rice MOIST and SOFT even if you keep it in the fridge. Which means, you can make this onigiri a night before and store it in the fridge for your lunch 😉


NOTE 3: Instead of mixing in the oil, you can brush the aluminum foil with oil. You can use either idea depending on the Onigiri you make.


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EXTRA: Tanabata Origami How to Make Vega (Orihime 織姫) and Altair (Kengyuu 牽牛(彦星)) | OCHIKERON | Create Eat Happy :)

This video will show you how to make Vega (Orihime 織姫) and Altair (Kengyuu 牽牛(彦星) using Origami.


Tanabata, which is a festival celebrated on July 7th. People write their wishes on strips of paper and hang them on bamboo trees. Moreover, there is a Tanabata story. I don't think the story is that romantic, but it is about Vega (Orihime 織姫) and Altair (Kengyuu 牽牛(彦星)). They fell in love with each other but without working. So the emperor (Tentei 天帝, Orihime's father) decided to separate them on opposite sides of the river of the Milky Way. Now they could see each other, only once a year on Tanabata July 7th, if they work hard.


Tanabata Origami
Tanabata Origami



Tanabata recipes are here (七夕レシピはこちら):
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Tuesday, June 19, 2018

10 Must-Have Japanese Condiments and Recipe Ideas | Japanese Cooking Video

In this video, I will show you the most common, basic, and popular brands to start with. I'm sure you can get them at Japanese grocery stores in your country. Or maybe online!


10 Must-Have Japanese Condiments
10 Must-Have Japanese Condiments



#1 Koikuchi Shoyu (Dark Soy Sauce)
#2 Cooking Sake
#3 Mirin (Sweet Sake)
#4 Su (Japanese Vinegar)
#5 Miso
#6 Dashi
#7 Sesame Oil
#8 Kewpie Mayonnaise
#9 Kagome Tomato Ketchup
#10 Wasabi

If you live in Japan, probably you know the below products as well. I use them now instead of the common ones. However, when I serve food to my friends, I use the common brands since there is no mistake using them!


Matsuno Shoyu 松野醤油 (in Kyoto) has practiced the traditional handmade method of making Japanese soy sauce for 200 years. Only the best ingredients are chosen because these decide the final aroma and taste of their soy sauce after fermentation in wooden barrels.
http://www.matsunoshouyu.co.jp/

Chidorisu 千鳥酢 (rice vinegar)


2 times more Lycopene Tomato Ketchup カゴメ 濃厚リコピン トマトケチャップ


Nagano Tomato Kids' Ketchup with Chopped Veggies ナガノトマト 子どもと食べたい! つぶ野菜入りケチャップ


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