Japanese Recipes


Tonkatsu (Fried Pork Chops) & Sauce

By Lynn Dine
A recipe I found on the "Taste of Home" website and here is what is stated:...

Chicken Katsu

By Teresa Morgan
Chicken Katsu is often found on most Japanese, Hawaiian and Korean restaurant menus. These delectable deep...

Japanese Fruit Pie

By Laura Yoder
My mom made this yummy pie when I was a child. It is a wonderful twist...

Annie's Bean Sprout Salad

By Pam Ellingson
This is one of my favorite salads to serve with Oriental dishes. When you have a...

Tanya's Oriental Lime and Cucumber Salad

By Pam Ellingson
I took an Oriental cooking class from the chef at one of Wichita's nicer restaurants, and...

Japanese Cucumber and Crab Salad

By J. White Harris
This tasty salad is delicate and unusual.

Teriyaki Steak Yakisoba

By Darci Juris
I love me a sweet teriyaki sauce, and just love this noodle bowl with veggies and...

Japanese Rumaki

By Pat Duran
This addictive appetizer is of Japanese origin, but it first achieved popularity in Hawaii- and is...

Japanese Pancake

By Holly Deshane
This recipe came from my sister-in-law, but I added the cinnamon. If possible, always make...

Sashimi tuna salad

By Darci Juris
Well, it's that time again for some "clean eating". Yes, trying to cut those extra pounds....

Teriyaki Sauce

By Laurie Sanders
My sister gave me this recipe. My husband and I both really like teriyaki so...

SUKIYAKI

By Marlene York
I have used round steak or a small chuck roast for this recipe. With the...

Wonton Wrappers - Homemade

By Pat Duran
This is such an easy recipe- I thought I would share it with you all. They...

JAPANESE HAMBURGER

By JANET JORDAN
This Japanese Hamburger is a real treat it's a lot different than hamburger helper and so...

Roasted Red Pepper Hummus Dip

By Renee Griffith
This is very good served with pita or bagel chips. Enjoy!

Cooking Rice Mt. Fuji Way

By Marsha Gardner
I remember our Japanese cook measuring and cooking rice using this technique as a child. ...

Shrimp & Mushroom w/rice

By Cathy Stevenson
First made this recipe in the 70's loved it then and still love it now. ...

Mongolian/Japanese Shrimp Sauce

By Morcash Sweat
I received this recipe from a Mongolian restaurant. It's a little bit different, and has...

Baby Soup

By Maggie May Schill
I know sounds a little morbid. I always called this simple clear soup "baby soup" because...

Japanese Ginger Salad Dressing

By Patrick Johnson
This is a mockup of that sweet and tangy salad dressing that you find at many...

Ume Misoyaki Butterfish

By Toni Mendenhall
very tasty not a fishy taste.

Japanese Coleslaw

By Joyce Lowery
This was a favorite of my mother.

Blueberry Pork Mizuna Salad w/Blueberry vinegarete

By Lisa G. Sweet Pantry Gal
Picked up mizuna at the farmers market, love trying different greens. I made a salad with...

Pickled Shiitake Mushrooms

By Sheryl Faulkner
I first had these at a great little restaurant in Portland called the Boke Bowl. On...
12 Adorable Thanksgiving Treats

12 Adorable Thanksgiving Treats


Looking for a family-friendly kitchen activity? Or, do you just want to amp up the adorableness of your Thanksgiving desserts? From brownie bite and chocolate apple turkeys to acorn donut holes, try one of these Pinterest-perfect creative Thanksgiving treats. We think they’ll be a big hit at the dinner table. They’re almost too cute to […]

11 Pumpkin Pie Recipes With a Twist

11 Pumpkin Pie Recipes With a Twist


Pumpkin pie is a classic Thanksgiving dessert. Typically flavored with fall spices (like cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg, and cloves), the custard pie is creamy and luscious. The version most aligned to what we think of pumpkin pie first appeared in Amelia Simmons’ American Cookery cookbook in 1796. Since then, pumpkin pie has evolved. Now, there are […]

20 Holiday Stuffing and Dressing Recipes

20 Holiday Stuffing and Dressing Recipes


We don’t care if you call it stuffing or dressing, Thanksgiving isn’t Thanksgiving without this delicious holiday side dish. While we love mom’s classic recipe, we also can’t wait to try these twists and changes to the stuffing we’ve always known. These dressing recipes will have you coming back for seconds and even thirds!