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Here are the Editor's Picks articles for the Japanese Food Site! These are the top ten articles that your Japanese Food Editor feels are most important for you to read. Enjoy!
1. Japanese Mayonnaise Recipe
Smooth, soft and tangy, Japanese mayonnaise comes in squeezable tubes. But making your own fresh mayonnaise is very easy and more economical, too.
2. Panko Japanese Bread Crumbs Recipe
Panko, or Japanese bread crumbs, is different from other types of bread crumbs. If you cannot buy panko pre-packaged, you can make your own using this easy recipe.
3. Japanese Shrimp Balls Recipe
Only a few seasonings turn minced fresh shrimp into a delectable dish, reminiscent of tempura, for bento lunches, appetizers or okazu
4. Shoyu Ramen Recipe
Even if you don't make your ramen (chukamen) noodles from scratch, do try to make your own ramen broth. The difference between instant ramen soup packets and homemade is similar to that of instant bouillon cubes and rich, homemade stock.
5. Japanese Cheese Cake Recipe
While American cheesecakes are dense, rich and creamy, Japanese cheese cake has a light soufflé-like texture.
6. Teriyaki Beef or Chicken Rice Bowl Recipe
The teriyaki rice bowl is simply teriyaki-flavored meat on top of rice, an American variation of the Japanese donburi dish.
7. Turkey Korokke Croquette Recipe
A fantastic way to use up leftover mashed potatoes and turkey bits is to make Japanese korokke, breaded and fried potato cakes.
8. Mochi Ice Cream Recipe
Here is a popular new mochi creation: ice cream-filled mochi balls! Fill with any flavor of ice cream flavor you like.
9. Dorayaki Recipe
Sweet red bean paste-filled pancakes are beloved pastries in Japan. They are easy to make at home.
10. Are You a Sushi Master? Quiz
How well do you know your beloved sushi? Whether you prepare it or simply savory it at your favorite sushi bar, have fun with this quiz to test your sushi savvy.
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