Hello people. It's Mr. Wada back on duty. Christmas is right on the corner. Do you have ideas already what food to prepare? I have a suggestion for your Christmas dinner, that is, 'roast' beef'! I used a rice cooker to cook it instead of an oven. So, you could try
Hi guys! It's Mrs. Wada back on duty. I tried to make daikon mochi for the first time yesterday and Mr. Wada liked it. So I thought of sharing it here. By the way, daikon is Japanese word for Japanese raddish.
Daikon Mochi Ingredients
Here are the ingredients: (Makes 6 pieces)
Que onda guey? It's Mr. Wada on duty aqui. I'm not sure how much you know about Miso soup. You probably already know, it's the soup that comes along with sushi or in meal sets at restaurants. You can buy instant miso soup sachets at the supermarket but in this post
Hello, it's Mr. Wada on duty. Do you have an experience that you find out you are running out of bread in the morning and feel so doomed? I do and I just did. BUT don't panic people. There is a way out. We can make instant bread in 20 MINUTES with
Hi guys! It's Mrs. Wada back on duty. It's officially summer! Hot. hot. hot. How about some amazake, a Japanese sweet sake, to beat this summer heat?
I saw this particular TV show featuring amazake and one of the guests in the show is using a yogurt maker to make it. I
Hi there. It's Mr. Wada back on duty. Have you heard of Sukiyaki? I assume you are thinking of a hit song from the 60s. However I'm referring to Japanese food Sukiyaki.
It is a traditional cuisine, most of time eaten at home. Hey, there is a famous Sukiyaki restaurant called Ningyocho Imahan (人形町今半),
Hi there. It's Mr. Wada back on duty. July has been quite hot and humid in Japan. News says we may be short of water this summer, etc. To survive this hot summer, I'd like to share a Matcha smoothie recipe.
- 2 tbsp of matcha powder
- 1 pc of banana
- 4 pcs of
Hi there. It's Mr. Wada on duty.
If you enjoyed the previous rice cooker recipes, here comes again. It's Matcha Cheese cake this time! It is based on the recipe book I have but I arranged a bit like I use honey instead of sugar, soy milk instead of cream, etc.
How's your week so far? It's Mrs. Wada back on duty again. Here's my another challenge in making Japanese sweets. This time I'm going to share a simple and easy to make Japanese sweets called mitarashi dango. There are many variations of dango sweets in Japan. For mitarashi dango, it's basically a
How's your week so far? This week started with a rainy day. Rainy season is coming up. Speaking of season, I got fresh fuki (Japanese butterbur) from a friend, which is now in season. Maybe I had one before but I haven't tried cooking it. My friend gave me a rough