9 delicious Japanese recipes that belong to your regular repetoire

The tastiest Japanese recipes on Culy

Of course we all love sushi, but Japanese cuisine has so much more to offer than nigiri, maki and sashimi from a all you can eat card! From a sandwich with fried pork to salmon with miso butter and of course lots of noodles: this list of the tastiest Japanese recipes on Culy has something for everyone. Ideal for home cooks who want to expand their repetoire.

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1. Okonomiyaki (savory Japanese pancake)

Okonomiyki is unmistakably Japanese street food. Never tasted? This savory Japanese pancake is irresistibly tasty! We made it with bacon, but the nice thing about okonomiyaki is that you can mix and match with ingredients. For example, also top it with bonito flakes or strips of nori.

> Culy Homemade: okonomiyaki (hearty Japanese pancake)

2. Easy Japanese beef windows

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<p> Windows cannot be missing in your repertoire of Japanese recipes, but making a good noodle soup is not as easy as it seems. The secret of good windows is in the broth: that must be a real taste bomb. This recipe is based on dashi, broth made from kombu (dried seaweed). The beef is also marinated in dashi with soy sauce and mirin. </p>
<p> <strong>> Culy Homemade: easy Japanese ramen with beef </strong> </p>
<h2> 3. Katsu sando (Japanese sandwich with crispy pork) </h2>
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<p> The katsu sando has been a favorite snack in years Japan and now slowly conquering the rest of the world, it is a seemingly simple sandwich consisting of two slices of white bread, topped with tonkatsu (breaded, fried pork) and a hefty lick of tonkatsu sauce, so a kind of schnitzel on bread, but then incredibly </p>
<p> <strong>> Culy Homemade: katsu sando (Japanese sandwich with crispy pork) </strong> </p>
<h2> 4. Japanese salmon with miso butter, spinach & garlic </h2>
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<p> This salmon with miso butter is a tasty, light and tasteful dish from the Japanese kitchen – and it is also ready quite quickly . In combination with butter, miso develops a nutty aroma that fits very well with fried or grilled fish, according to Stevan Paul, who wrote the book My Japanese Kitchen. </p>
<p> <strong>> Japanese salmon with miso butter, spinach & garlic </strong> </p>
<h2> 5. Tamagoyaki (rolled up Japanese omelette) </h2>
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<p> Jup, another recipe with an almost impossible pronounceable name But certainly just as tasty as the previous special dishes in this list! This rolled up Japanese omelet may seem like an egg (<em> no pun intended </em>), but it is still one of the most difficult dishes in Japanese cuisine to Fortunately, this recipe from My Japanese Kitchen should work, but in Japan tamagoyaki is served as a snack. </p>
<p> <strong>> Tamagoyaki (rolled up Japanese omelet): that's how you make it </strong> </p>
<h2> 6. Japanese miso soup with noodles and chicken </h2>
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<p> Miso is of course a well-known one ingredient from Japanese cuisine, and taste is also central to this dish. This miso soup is not only filled with chicken, but also with shiitake, carrot, spring onion and corn for the necessary vegetables. A thousand times better than instant noodle soup, believe us. </p>
<p> <strong>> Culy Homemade: Japanese miso soup with noodles and chicken </strong> </p>
<h2> 7. Japanese spinach crisps </h2>
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<p> Well, these spinach crisps may not be real Japanese: vegetable crisps of kale and spinach are especially popular in hip American cities because they are so healthy, but we added a Japanese twist by adding sesame oil and Gomashio, the latter being a kind of herbal salt made from sesame seeds, a little dried chili and salt. </p>
<p> <strong>> Culy Homemade: Japanese spinach chips (healthy alternative to chips!) </strong> </p>
<h2> 8. Japanese coleslaw </h2>
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Coleslaw van white cabbage, winter onions and spring onions: may not immediately sound like a Japanese salad, but add sesame oil, rice vinegar, white miso and soy sauce and voilà you have a delicious side dish to accompany your noodle soup. you can garnish it with some z white sesame seeds

> Recipe: Japanese coleslaw

9. Yakisoba (Japanese udon noodles with lots of vegetables)

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<p> This recipe again has noodles as a basis: Yakisoba is traditionally a Japanese wok dish with buckwheat noodles, but we use those tasty thick udon noodles in this recipe, and the easy recipe is also very healthy because of that. the vegetables with which it is stuffed. </p>
<p> <strong>> Culy Homemade: yakisoba (Japanese udon noodles with a lot of vegetables) </strong> </p>
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<p> Of course we all love sushi, but Japanese cuisine has so much more to offer than nigiri, maki and sashimi from a <em> all you can eat </em> card! From a sandwich with fried pork to salmon with miso butter and of course many noodles: this ri jtje of the tastiest Japanese recipes on Culy contains something for everyone. Ideal for home cooks who want to expand their repertoire. </p>
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