Japanese food enjoys a fair amount of popularity in the U.S. But with so many great recipes to choose from, be sure you're not leaving out a Japanese dish that could become your favorite.
Stuff olives with ginger to add a tasty embellishment to this easy drink. This cocktail recipe makes a generous 2/3-cup serving.
Make your own takeout! Each dinner can customize his or her own sushi roll with different vegetables, fish and seeds when you DIY.
Tofu, with crisp, crunchy coating tops this medley of greens for a main dish vegetarian salad.
Edamame, the edible soybean, is a tasty source of protein. It's widely available everywhere from your local produce aisle to the appetizer section of trendy restaurants. It is also seen here, as a unique addition to this slow cooker chicken chowder.
The tahini and sesame dressing is what makes this steak and soba noodle bowl stand out from the pasta pack.
Use coleslaw mix for the vegetables and tortillas for the Mandarin pancakes, and you have a simplified version of traditional mu shu pork.
Walnuts add additional crunch to this Asian-style stir-fry.
Tofu, Asian vegetables and cellophane noodles are the key ingredients in this healthy version of a classic Japanese dish.
This recipe makes four noodle bowls of large shrimp, red sweet pepper, and fresh snow pea pods flavored with either purchased or homemade Green Curry Paste.
Enjoy this Asian-influenced soup with good taste and good nutrition in mind--the edamame (green soybeans)--are a great source of soy. Use the slow cooker for added convenience.
Soup is served with most meals in Japan. Simple, subtly flavored, and satisfying, clear dashi-base broths* or soups thickened with miso, a fermented bean paste, top the list of favorites.
Serve these crispy tempura-coated vegetables as a side dish or appetizer. The delicious dip can also be served with bread or pitas.
Japanese buckwheat (soba) noodles, tossed with orange sections, red onion and topped with balsamic marinated salmon, add subtle earthy flavor to this hearty yet low-fat main dish recipe.
Dried apricots offset the spicy peas to give this snack a balanced mix of sweet and spicy. Pull this recipe out for your next game night.