Few appetizers are as welcoming and nourishing as a steaming hot bowl of Miso Soup at a Japanese restaurant. This refreshing and savory soup is actually incredibly easy and fast to make, so you can master it with ease from the comfort of your kitchen. Perfect for pairing alongside seafood, teriyaki, or just on its own, Miso Soup has a surprising depth of toasty, sweet-and-salty seafood flavor. The tofu even adds a touch of heartiness that is more than welcome when the weather turns cold.
Don’t let the pressures of the workweek keep you from enjoying a delicious and colorful dinner; you can make the Teriyaki Chicken & Rice Bowl in 20 minutes or less! Enjoy the sweet and tangy flavor of teriyaki sauce slathered over rice, tender chicken, and bright broccoli and carrots. Teriyaki Chicken & Rice Bowl is a savory and hearty marvel that will make you think twice about ordering take-out!
Chicken Katsu is a traditional Japanese comfort, a lightly fried chicken cutlet with exceptional crunch. As a result, Chicken Katsu is juicy in a crispy crust with just the right amount of seasoning. The crust itself is almost airy, perfect for a lighter main course just as hearty as other fried chicken. Whether you slice it, sandwich it, or serve it alongside a fresh salad, Chicken Katsu is a meal you can enjoy out loud!
A central part of Japanese cuisine, no one can resist classic chicken teriyaki. Every inch of the tender chicken is coated in sticky, tangy, savory, and sweet sauce that you can't help but lick from your fork or your fingers. 30-Minute Chicken Teriyaki is actually just as breathtakingly fast to make as it is breathtakingly delicious to eat, so you can enjoy it anytime without needing to call for take-out. Served over rice or on top of a fresh salad, this dish is designed to wow and it succeeds every time!
Teriyaki Chicken Casserole combines the sweet, tangy kick of teriyaki sauce with savory, juicy chicken and your favorite rice—all in one dish! Combined with aromatic garlic, peppery ginger, and the freshness of stir-fry vegetables, you'll find each mouthful more flavorful than the last. It's a unique Asian-fusion take on a traditional Japanese classic that's even tastier than the sum of its parts. Taking less than an hour to make, Teriyaki Chicken Casserole could turn weeknight meals into the centerpiece of your favorite evenings!
Hibachi is a Japanese grilling device that has become synonymous with flashy chef tricks at some restaurants where grilled meats and veggies are served with flair. While you might not be flipping shrimp into your guests’ mouths, you can still prepare a delicious dinner. This Hibachi Chicken and Fried Rice has a unique touch with a tangy mustard sauce. The savory chicken and veggies are cooked hibachi-style and the fried rice and mustard sauce can be eaten separately or mixed in. Hibachi Chicken and Fried Rice is custom-made for your tastebuds!
When you have a craving for some Japanese-style teriyaki chicken, it may seem easier to pick up the takeout menu and call for delivery. But looks can be deceiving! Will the teriyaki chicken arrive cold, or dry, or in tragically small portions? The easier option is actually to whip up a batch of Easy Baked Teriyaki Chicken yourself. Roasted to maximum juiciness and positively slathered in that irresistible tangy, sticky, sweet, and savory sauce. Leave takeout menus in the rearview mirror with Easy Baked Teriyaki Chicken.
Crispy Katsu Pork is one of Japan's tastiest national dishes and one of its most versatile. You can enjoy the crispy, juicy pork chops with a light breadcrumb coating in simple sandwiches with a bit of mustard, alongside rice and cabbage, or all on its own. But what makes it better is the speed! Crispy Katsu Pork can be on your plate in 30 minutes or less. It's the best of mouth-wateringly delicious and time-management friendly!
Have you ever thought the fortunes in fortune cookies were a little lame? Now you can write your own—and while you’re at it, make the crispy cookies, too! The ingredients to make Homemade Fortune Cookies are pretty simple, but getting the cookies folded properly can be a bit fussy. Make preparing Homemade Fortune Cookies a group activity, so you and your friends can lean on each other for tips and comic relief.
Yakitori Chicken is often served as popular street food in its native country, Japan. It's easy to see why: being on skewers, it's a fun and handy meal on the go. They're also amazingly easy and speedy to make at home on your own grill, so you can have all the savory, juicy indulgence of street-fare with all the craft and care of a home-cooked meal. The chicken and bright red peppers are both made better with the addition of a tangy soy barbecue sauce; the chicken is even slathered in it. Yakitori Chicken is a perfect addition to barbecue and cookout menus because no one can deny how good it is!