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GF Korean Rice balls - for using up leftover rice! Brilliant, I always have leftover rice, and this is versatile.

GF Korean Rice balls - for using up leftover rice! Brilliant, I always have leftover rice, and this is versatile.

Takoyaki- delicious Japanese dish made of octopus! I loved these in Japan!

Takoyaki- delicious Japanese dish made of octopus! I loved these in Japan!

Unagi Don (Unadon) 鰻丼 | Easy Japanese Recipes at JustOneCookbook.com

Unagi Don (Unadon)

Japanese food / オムソバ (Omusoba) "omelet" with stir fried noodles and vegetables

Japanese food / オムソバ (Omusoba) "omelet" with stir fried noodles and vegetables

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Cuisine Paradise | Singapore Food Blog | Recipes, Reviews And Travel: Bibimbap ( 비빔밥)

Cuisine Paradise | Singapore Food Blog | Recipes, Reviews And Travel: Bibimbap ( 비빔밥)

Our Favorite Spaghetti and Meatballs recipe image / Photo by Chelsea Kyle, food styling by Rhoda Boone

Our Favorite Spaghetti and Meatballs

Our Favorite Spaghetti and Meatballs recipe image / Photo by Chelsea Kyle, food styling by Rhoda Boone

Sukiyaki    Preparations    * Make the waishita-sauce:  5 T dashi  5 T soy sauce  1,2 dl mirin  1 T sake  1 T sugar    * Blanche 100g fresh shii-take for about 2 minutes, rinse with cold water.  * Cut the “stems” out of the chinese cabbage leaves and slice them in a diagonal. Cut the leaves just in strips.  * Clean and cut the other ingredients.    Cooking    1. Panfry the paperthinly sliced beef, add some of the washita-sauce.  I prefer to take the beef out of the pan when done and return…

Sukiyaki Preparations * Make the waishita-sauce: 5 T dashi 5 T soy sauce 1,2 dl mirin 1 T sake 1 T sugar * Blanche 100g fresh shii-take for about 2 minutes, rinse with cold water. * Cut the “stems” out of the chinese cabbage leaves and slice them in a diagonal. Cut the leaves just in strips. * Clean and cut the other ingredients. Cooking 1. Panfry the paperthinly sliced beef, add some of the washita-sauce. I prefer to take the beef out of the pan when done and return…

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