Showing posts with label VEGAN JAPANESE FOOD. Show all posts
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Saturday, October 6, 2018

HALLOWEEN Ghost Rice Pizza (No Oven Gluten-Free Recipe) | Japanese Cooking Video

Crunchy outside, sticky like Mochi inside 👻💕

No Oven using a frying pan! Quick, Easy, and Delicious 😋


HALLOWEEN Ghost Rice Pizza (No Oven Gluten-Free Recipe)
HALLOWEEN Ghost Rice Pizza (No Oven Gluten-Free)

Of course you can use Vegan/Vegetarian toppings 👍




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HALLOWEEN Ghost Rice Pizza (No Oven Gluten-Free Recipe)


Difficulty: VERY Easy
Time: 20 min
Number of servings: 15cm (6inch) pizza

Ingredients:
((Rice Pizza Dough))
150g (5.3oz.) cooked rice
1 tbsp. grated parmesan cheese
1 tbsp. pizza cheese
salt and pepper
1 tsp. olive oil
((Toppings))
pizza sauce
mozzarella cheese
grape tomatoes
cooked broccoli
bologna sausage (ham is ok)
Nori seaweed sheet

Directions:
1. Mix cooked rice, grated parmesan cheese, pizza cheese, salt and pepper.
2. Heat olive oil in a frying pan and spread the rice dough. Cook one side for 5 minutes until crisp golden brown.
3. Flip it over, place the toppings, cover, and cook the other side for 5 minutes.
4. Make the cute ghost faces using Nori seaweed sheet.

↓レシピ(日本語)
https://cooklabo.blogspot.com/2018/10/Halloween-Rice-Pizza.html
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Monday, October 1, 2018

Candied Sweet Potatoes (Traditional Healthy Japanese Vegan Snacks) | Japanese Cooking Video Recipe

Crispy outside, soft inside! Usually, we deep fry the sweet potatoes but in this video I will show you how to make it in a frying pan! Quick, Easy, and Delicious 😋


Candied Sweet Potatoes (Daigakuimo)
Candied Sweet Potatoes (Daigakuimo)

We call this snack Daigakuimo (大学芋) literally "University Potatoes" in Japanese because it was popular among University students in 1900's.




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Candied Sweet Potatoes (Traditional Healthy Japanese Vegan Snacks Recipe)


Difficulty: VERY Easy
Time: 15 min
Number of servings: n/a

Ingredients:
400g (about 1lb) Japanese sweet potato
4 tbsp. sugar *regular white sugar, brown sugar, honey, maple syrup, etc... are ok
1/2 tsp. soy sauce
1/2 tsp. vinegar or lemon juice * interfering agent to prevent crystallization
2 tsp. toasted black sesame seeds
4 tbsp. cooking oil

Directions:
1. Wash the sweet potato with the skin, cut into bite-size pieces, soak in water for 5 minutes to remove starch and prevent stop oxidation (color change). Drain well and remove excess water with paper towels.
2. Place the sweet potatoes in a frying pan, add cooking oil, cover and cook on medium for 3 minutes. Flip them over, cover and cook another 3 minutes.
3. Insert a bamboo skewer to check if the potatoes are done. Remove the oil from the pan using paper towels. Add sugar, soy sauce, vinegar or lemon juice. When the sugar melts and coats the sweet potatoes, stop the heat and sprinkle with black sesame seeds.

↓レシピ(日本語)
https://cooklabo.blogspot.com/2018/10/Candied-Sweet-Potatoes.html
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Sunday, September 9, 2018

5 MIN Vegan Miso Ramen from Scratch Recipe | Japanese Cooking Video

Very tasty yet delicious Miso Ramen in 5 minutes!!!


Miso is a traditional Japanese seasoning made from fermented soybeans. It is a umami-rich paste to make a Miso Soup. There are tons of different kinds of Miso pastes in Japan. You can use any of your choice to enjoy this recipe.

5 MIN Vegan Miso Ramen from Scratch
5 MIN Vegan Miso Ramen from Scratch

I made this recipe for Vegan people but sure you can easily change the ingredients to make non-vegan Miso Ramen.




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5 MIN Vegan Miso Ramen


Difficulty: VERY Easy
Time: 5 min
Number of servings: 1

Ingredients:
1 package fresh Ramen noodles
a bag of bean sprouts (remove the roots and heads if you prefer)
whole kernel corn (canned)
chopped green onion
((Miso Ramen Soup Base))
2 tbsp. Miso
1 tbsp. Soy sauce
1 tsp. Sugar
1 tsp. Kombu kelp Dashi powder
1 tbsp. ground white sesame seeds
1 tsp, garlic paste
1 tsp, ginger paste
1 tbsp. sesame oil
a few drops of La-Yu chili oil if you like
350ml hot water

Directions:
1. Wash the bean sprouts, place them in a microwavable dish, cover, then cook on medium (600w) for 2 min. Drain well, then season with salt, pepper, and sesame oil.
2. In a bowl, mix the ingredients of the Miso Broth, add hot water little by little then mix well.
3. In a pot, boil water. Add fresh Ramen noodles in the boiling water and gently stir noodles with chopsticks. Cook Ramen noodles according to your package. Drain the noodles in a strainer and place them in the soup. Then arrange the toppings.

↓レシピ(日本語)
https://cooklabo.blogspot.com/2018/09/5Min-Miso-Ramen.html
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Saturday, July 21, 2018

Japanese French Fries (Umami Salt Flavor) | Japanese Cooking Video Recipe

The secret to the best homemade french fries with a hint of umami salt💕Crunchy on the outside, fluffy soft on the inside! Tasty yet delicious simple recipe 👍


Japanese French Fries
Japanese French Fries

Do you like French fries? Deep-fried or oven-baked? Me? It always comes down to what I want to make and eat. Deep-fried ones this time! Hope you like this recipe 😉

My daughter and I went to a potato digging at her kindergarten and got some fresh potatoes. My darling said "make her favorite French fries". Fresh potatoes are fragrant and delicious! It was a great choice!!! All gone at once 😋



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Japanese French Fries (Umami Salt Flavor)


Difficulty: Easy
Time: 30 min
Number of servings: n/a

Ingredients:
potatoes
deep frying oil
salt
Kombu kelp Dashi powder

Directions:
1. Wash potatoes thoroughly. Remove eyes (sprouts) if necessary. Cut into wedges. Soak in water for 15 minutes to remove excess starch. Pat dry with paper towels.
2. Place potato wedges in a pan. Add cooking oil until potatoes are covered. Turn the heat to medium low and cook for about 15 minutes until you can insert a bamboo stick.
3. Turn the heat to high and cook for about 3 minutes until crunchy outside.
4. Remove from the oil, sprinkle with a few pinches of salt and Kombu kelp Dash powder.

レシピ(日本語)
https://cooklabo.blogspot.com/2018/07/Japanese-French-Fries.html
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Kombu Dashi I used:


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Friday, June 29, 2018

Miso Rice Mochi (Chewy Traditional Japanese Snack) | Japanese Cooking Video Recipe

Miso Rice Mochi is a very popular Traditional snack in Tōhoku area (Yamagata, Akita, Iwate, etc...) in Japan. Sticky rice balls topped with addictive sweet Miso glaze! Mouthwatering! Must try 😋


You can use leftover cold rice 👍


Perfect for Vegan, Vegetarian people as well 💖


Miso Rice Mochi
Miso Rice Mochi




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Miso Rice Mochi (Chewy Traditional Japanese Snack)


Difficulty: Easy
Time: 30 min
Number of servings: 3 sticks
Necessary Items: bamboo skewers

Ingredients:
150g (5.3 oz.) cooked Japanese rice
1 tbsp. Miso
1 tbsp. sugar
1 tsp. Dashi soup stock *water is OK
1 tsp. white sesame seeds
cooking oil or sesame oil

Directions:
1. Mix Miso, sugar, and Dash soup stock.
2. Mash the rice with a rice paddle until it gets sticky like Mochi. Divide it into 9 pieces, roll into balls, put onto bamboo skewers, then form them into flat round shapes.
3. Toast sesame seeds in a frying pan to bring out the flavor.
4. Heat cooking oil in a frying pan, cook both sides, brush Miso sauce on one side, then cook again until golden. *Be careful not to burn
5. Sprinkle with sesame seeds to finish.

レシピ(日本語)
https://cooklabo.blogspot.com/2018/06/Miso-Rice-Mochi.html
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Tuesday, June 12, 2018

Top 10 Vegan Japanese Meals | Japanese Cooking Recipes

I hope you get an idea to enjoy vegan Japanese food 💕

Top 10 Vegan Japanese Meals
Top 10 Vegan Japanese Meals

I am not a vegan (and many Japanese people here are not), so I understand it is difficult to find vegan Japanese food recipes. However buddhist cuisine called Shojin Ryori (influenced by Chinese Buddhism) monks and some believers eat vegetarian or vegan based on the Dharmic concept of ahimsa. Shojin Ryori is served at restaurants very casually nowadays but they are not made by vegan specialized cooks, so be careful 😅



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FYI:

Dashi is a Japanese soup stock used for many dishes. Kombu Dashi (Kelp Broth) is a Vegan option. It includes only water and dried kelp. The easiest and fastest you can make is by mixing hot water and kelp Dashi powder sold at most Japanese grocery stores or maybe online!


Miso is not only for the soup but can be used to add tasty flavor to the dishes. Please get Miso without Dashi.


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Monday, June 11, 2018

Classic Japanese Lemon Pop Candy (Nostalgic Ramune Tablets Recipe) | Japanese Cooking Video

Ramune is a nostalgic tablet-shaped Japanese candy. It is one of Japanese Dagashi (cheap small snacks and candies) most kids enjoy in their childhood 💕


Ramune (Japanese Lemon Pop Tablet Candies)
Ramune (Japanese Lemon Pop Tablet Candies)

It gradually dissolves with a bit fizziness. Sweet and sour addictive candies 😋




⬇️RAMUNE


⬇️Baking Soda (get the edible one, not for cleaning)


⬇️Citric Acid (get the edible one, not for cleaning)


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Classic Japanese Lemon Pop Candy (Ramune Recipe)


Difficulty: Very Easy
Time: 15 min + drying time
Number of servings: 18 pieces (0.7inch candies)

Ingredients:
60g (6 tbsp.) powdered sugar (confectioner's sugar)
25g (4 tbsp.) corn starch
1/2 tsp. baking soda
1 tsp. citric acid
1 tsp. lemon juice
1/2 tsp ~ 1 tsp. Water

Directions:
1. Mix citric acid and lemon juice in a bowl, until somewhat blended is ok.
2. Add powdered sugar, corn starch, and baking soda in order. (You do not want to let the baking soda touch the liquid or it becomes fizzy.)
3. Mix very well with your hand. If you think you need more water, add little by little. A drop at a time or a 1/2 tsp. at a time. Clasp and unclasp your hand to check if it becomes one but crumbles (Not too moist. If you add too much water, it becomes fizzy and plumps up. See the video).
4. Push into a mold to shape.
5. Dry them out completely for a day.

レシピ(日本語)
https://cooklabo.blogspot.com/2018/06/Ramune.html
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Friday, June 1, 2018

Hokkaido Potato Mochi (Chewy Traditional Japanese Snack) | Japanese Cooking Video Recipe

Imo Mochi (Potato Rice Cakes) are one of the very popular Traditional Hokkaido snacks. The texture is chewy like Mochi, coated with addictive sweet soy glaze! I wrapped with Nori seaweed sheet, just like Isobeyaki 💕 Mouthwatering! Must try😋


Hokkaido Potato Mochi (Chewy Traditional Japanese Snack Recipe)
Hokkaido Potato Mochi (Chewy Traditional Japanese Snack Recipe)

Only 7 Ingredients 👍

Most ingredients are only 2 tbsp. Easy to remember 😉
Perfect for Vegan, Vegetarian people as well 💖



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Hokkaido Potato Mochi (Chewy Traditional Japanese Snack Recipe)


Difficulty: Easy
Time: 30 min
Number of servings: 8 pieces

Ingredients:
220g (8oz.) potatoes
2 tbsp. Katakuriko (potato starch) or corn starch
Sauce
* 2 tbsp. sugar
* 2 tbsp. soy sauce
* 2 tbsp. Mirin (sweet Sake)
2 tbsp. cooking oil
1/2 Nori sheet

Directions:
1. Mix the sauce. Cut Nori sheet into 8 strips.
2. Wash and clean the potatoes. With the skins, place it on a microwavable dish, cover with plastic wrap, then microwave at 600w for 5 minutes until you can insert a fork or a bamboo stick. Remove the skins then mash.
3. Add Katakuriko (potato starch) then knead by hand.
4. Divide it into 8, then roll into flat circles. If they crack, moist your hand with water then roll again.
5. Heat cooking oil (about 2 tbsp.) in a frying pan, cook both sides of potato Mochi until crisp golden brown.
6. Remove the excess oil with a paper towel. Stop the heat, then add the sauce and cook with the remaining heat until the sauce thickens. You can heat more if the sauce is still not thick.
7. Nicely coat the potato Mochi with sauce, then wrap in Nori.

Yummy if you add some cheese in the center.
Best eaten on the day you make but yes, you can keep in the fridge then microwave.
You can also freeze them at step 3. Wrap individual potato Mochi in plastic wrap. When you eat, cook in the pan frozen.

レシピ(日本語)
https://cooklabo.blogspot.com/2018/06/Potato-Mochi.html
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Friday, May 11, 2018

Kawaii Harajuku Crepes (Japanese Street Food Recipe) | Japanese Cooking Video

A crêpe or crepe is a type of very thin pancake-like pastry. In this tutorial, I want to show you how to make and roll up the crepes into perfect cone shape.


Kawaii Delicious Harajuku Crepes
Kawaii Delicious Harajuku Crepes

I made 15cm (6inch) crêpes to make 7cm (3inch) cone-shaped crepes. Then wrapped with 15cm (6inch) Wax Paper. Perfect for toddlers to hold in their hands! You can of course make them larger!


I used 15cm (6inch) Wax Paper like these:









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How to Make Kawaii Harajuku Crepes


Difficulty: Easy
Time: 45min
Number of servings: 6~7 15cm (6inch) crêpes

Use 12oz. measuring cup

Ingredients:
50g (about 5 tbsp.) cake flour
1 tsp. granulated sugar
a pinch of salt
1 egg *room temperature
1 tbsp. melted butter
125ml (1/2 cup) warm milk
a few drops vanilla extract *if you like
whipped cream
#1 banana and chocolate sauce
#2 strawberries and strawberry sauce
#3 blueberries and blueberry sauce

Directions:
1. Sift in flour in a bowl. Add sugar and salt, then mix well with a wire whisk.
2. Add beaten egg little by little and mix well.
3. Add melted butter and mix well.
4. Add warm milk little by little and mix well. Mix in a few drops vanilla extract if you like. Then cover with plastic wrap and leave the batter to stand at room temperature for 30 minutes.
5. Use a nonstick pan, or wipe the surface of the frying pan with a thin layer of cooking oil using a paper towel. Heat the pan on medium, pour the batter into the pan, slowly move the pan in a circular motion to spread the batter evenly.
6. Cook until the edges begin to dry, then flip it over and cook the other side for about 10 seconds.
7. Leave them to cool completely.
8. Place the filling (1/6 of a crepe shell) then wrap into a cone shape (see the video).
9. Use a cute wax paper to wrap the crepe (see the video).

YES! You can make them a day (night) before. Keep them in the fridge. The cream will set nicely and easy to eat in this way. Of course eating them as soon as you can is better.

レシピ(日本語)
https://cooklabo.blogspot.jp/2018/04/Konbini-Crepe.html
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Monday, May 7, 2018

How to Make Melon Cream Soda (Melon Float) Classic Japanese Summer Drink | Japanese Cooking Video Recipe

Melon Cream Soda (or Melon Soda Float) is a very popular classic Japanese drink loved by both kids and adults. It is always available at casual restaurants (so called family restaurants), something like Coke in the US.


A scoop of vanilla ice cream makes the drink frothy and creamy as it melts. Delicious but be careful not to mix all at once or bubbles over. hehe


Melon Cream Soda (Melon Float)
Melon Cream Soda (Melon Float)

Recipe is very simple. Therefore you may want to buy a right syrup to get a better result. For instance, the syrup I used was pretty good! Only 3 bucks.

明治屋 マイシロップ メロン (Meidi-Ya My Syrup Melon)
http://www.rakuten.co.jp/meidi-ya/512720/1978051/1978052/
http://www.meidi-ya.co.jp/merchandise/mybrand/syrup.html





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How to Make Melon Cream Soda (Melon Float)


Difficulty: Easy
Time: 1 min
Number of servings: 1

Ingredients:
melon syrup
soda (unsweetened)
ice cubes
vanilla ice cream (Meiji Essel Super Cup)
cherry if you like

BTW, Essel is made up by Meiji company which means "an excellent ice cream is essential". Haha

Directions:
1. Fill a glass with a glassful of ice cubes.
2. Fill about a quarter to one third of a glass with syrup, then add soda, leaving a little space at the top for an ice cream.
3. Place a scoop of vanilla ice cream to finish.

Adding a glassful of ice cubes keeps the ice cream from melting and frothing. By making this recipe, I noticed I should not blame the restaurant when it is served with lot of ice cubes. LOL

レシピ(日本語)
https://cooklabo.blogspot.jp/2018/05/Melon-Float.html
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Friday, April 6, 2018

Vegan Corn Cream Korokke (Gluten Free Croquettes) - Japanese Cooking Video Recipe

Crunchy outside, creamy inside. The cream is slightly sweet with juicy corn kernels.

Best eaten just made 😋


Vegan Corn Cream Korokke (Gluten Free Croquettes)
Vegan Corn Cream Korokke (Gluten Free Croquettes)

People in Japan love these~ kids love them so do the adults. This vegan version tastes really good. Those who are not vegan would also enjoy this recipe for sure!!!




Rice Panko (Bread Crumbs) 米パン粉



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Vegan Corn Cream Korokke (Gluten Free Croquettes)


Difficulty: Easy
Time: 2.5hrs
Number of servings: 16 pieces

Use 12oz. measuring cup

Ingredients:
100g (2/3 cup) chopped onion
150g (7/8 cup) Whole Kernel Corn
300ml (1 1/3 cup) soy milk
6tbsp. rice flour
1/2 tsp. salt
black pepper
1 tbsp. olive oil
((Batter Coating))
mix 1:1 rice flour and water
rice Panko (bread crumbs)
deep frying oil

Directions:
1. Mix soy milk, rice flour, salt, and pepper in a bowl or a spouted measuring cup.
2. Heat olive oil in a pot, then cook chopped onion on medium low until tender.
3. Add 1 in 2, then cook on medium low, stirring constantly, until starting to thicken.
4. Spread on a tray, let cool, cover with plastic wrap, then cool it completely in the fridge for 2 hours.
5. Divide it into 16 portions, form each into a cylinder shape, dip in rice flour water mixture, then coat with rice Panko bread crumbs.
6. Deep fry in oil at 180C until golden brown. Best eaten just made.

You can serve with Tonkatsu sauce or tomato ketchup if you like but without any sauce is good enough.

レシピ(日本語)
https://cooklabo.blogspot.jp/2018/04/Vegan-Corn-Cream-Korokke.html
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Friday, February 9, 2018

How to Cook Whole Tomato Rice in a Pot - Video Recipe

After sharing the Whole Tomato Rice using a rice cooker, I received many requests using a pot and a soup stock.

Kombu soup stock adds UMAMI. Yummy!!!

Any soup stock will do, of course 😋


Kombu Dashi Stock I used in this video:
Riken Sozairyoku Dashi Kombu Dashi Powder (No MSG / No salt added)
リケン 素材力だし こんぶだし (化学調味料/食塩を無添加)
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Whole Tomato Rice in a Pot
Whole Tomato Rice in a Pot

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Whole Tomato Rice in a Pot


Difficulty: Easy
Time: 1hr
Number of servings: 4

Ingredients:
2 cups (300g/10.6oz.) uncooked Japanese rice
400ml Kombu soup stock (No MSG / No salt added)
3/4 tsp. salt
a bit of pepper
2 tsp. olive oil
1 tomato

Directions:
1. Wash rice (4~5times), drain in a strainer, then leave for about 30 minutes.
2. Place the rice in a pot, add Kombu soup stock and the seasonings, then mix well.
3. Remove the tomato stem (and the bottom if you want) and place it in the pot.
4. Put on medium, when it comes to a boil, cover, turn down to low, then cook for 13 minutes.
5. When it's done, stop the heat, do not open and let it steam for about 15 minutes.
6. Remove the tomato skin if you don't like it, toss the rice lightly using a rice paddle, then serve.

I used Kombu soup stock No MSG / No salt added.

If you want to use the soup stock seasoned with salt, please remove or reduce the amount of the salt in this recipe.

レシピ(日本語)
http://cooklabo.blogspot.jp/2018/02/blog-post.html
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