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  1. Staff Picks. Tofu Hiyayakko. 13. This is one of the really traditional easy dishes in Japan. My dad likes it so much. We often eat this dish with the rice, miso ... Vegetarian Nori Rolls. Okonomiyaki. Yakitori Chicken. Chakin Sushi.

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    • Vegetable Gyoza. Let’s get the ball rolling with these dumplings! Gyoza is a meat-filled pan-fried potsticker traditionally served as an appetizer or side dish in Japan.
    • Sweet and Spicy Soy Glazed Edamame. Japanese restaurants typically serve this crunchy green vegetable as a meal-starter. Normally, edamame is flavored with a simple sprinkling of salt, but in this recipe gives it a bit more flavor.
    • Japanese Chilled Tofu. Tofu doesn’t really sound that exciting, but wait until you try this dish. Called hiyayakko, this appetizer is made of silken tofu topped with dried bonito flakes, green onions, and freshly grated ginger and drizzled with a bit of soy sauce.
    • Japanese Pickled Cucumbers with Soy Sauce. Pickled cucumbers are another staple in Japanese meals. It’s a popular appetizer, but you can also have it for an afternoon snack.
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    • Tsukune (Japanese Chicken Meatball Skewers) You can never go wrong with grilled meat on the sticks for any summer cookout. Called the Tsukune, these Japanese chicken meatball skewers are really moist and flavorful.
    • Yakitori. Marinade in a savory sweet sauce, these chicken and scallion skewers (yakitori) are hard to resist! It’s great for grilling outdoors as the delicious sweet grill smell is going to make everyone hungry.
    • Yaki Onigiri (Grilled Rice Balls) or Miso Yaki Onigiri. For any potluck get-together, there should be a carb dish that can fill some really hungry stomachs.
    • Nishime (One-Pot Vegetable Stew) Looking for something healthy and homey to contribute to the table? Try this colorful dish called Nishime! Commonly served in Osechi for the Japanese New Years celebration, Nishime is a simmered dish which includes root vegetables, starchy potatoes, konnyaku (konjac), kombu, deep-fried tofu, sometimes chicken, and fish cake.
  3. May 19, 2020 · Best Japanese Savoury Snacks Snack on Savoury Japanese Gyoza. A Gyoza is a small pastry snack filled with ground meat and vegetables traditionally... Snacks Cooked in Japan’s Natural Hot Springs. Sometimes when you travel it is not always just about the snack you eat,... Takoyaki Japan’s Most ...

  4. Sep 22, 2020 · Japanese Tofu Salad. You'll combine pressed tofu, garlic, and ginger with tomato, onion, and cilantro and a simple Japanese-inspired vinaigrette made with soy sauce, mirin, sesame oil, and rice vinegar. "Here is a simple way of incorporating tofu into your diet," says JOSIE.

  5. You can use tamari for even more authentic Japanese flavor. The resulting spicy tamari sauce makes a perfect savory counterpoint to these tasty little vegetarian bites. These sesame crusted tofu skewers are sweet, salty, and tangy—a perfect appetizer for what’s to come! First course: Marinated Japanese chicken wings. Who doesn’t love chicken wings?

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