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This recipe was passed down to me by my aunt, and is meaningful to me because she shared it with me at a time where I didn't understand the importance of eating healthy, whole meals. This recipe is warming, very nutritious, and easy to make. If you make it, please enjoy:)
A simple, vegan, low-carb stirfry.
With leaves that are thick and chewy, Chinese broccoli will soak up all the flavors of the sauce. It looks different from the regular broccoli and has a slightly bitter note. Great for getting some extra greens into your diet!
Only for broccoli lovers this easy, quick and delicious healthy recipe!
This steamed broccoli with this dressing is perfect as a starter or light dinner!
This easy miso soup recipe can be done with just a few ingredients from the pantry (or fridge): dashi powder, miso paste, dried kelp. Great, but totally optional, addition, is soft tofu, cut into small cubes! Boil some water, add the rest of the ingredients and simmer a few minutes, and voila! Comfort in a bowl.
Miso-glazed dishes are called Dengaku in Japanese. This classic Japanese side dish, Nasu(eggplant) Dengaku is very popular especially this time of year since eggplant is seen as a tasty autumn delicacy in Japan. The juicy eggplant and rich miso flavor really go well with each other!
As Springtime approaches it's time for some light refreshing food. I love Japanese style food.
When ever I think of spring I think of beautiful cherry blossoms in Japan. I was lucky enough to see this magical event in Tokyo on one of my many visits to this amazing city. This is a quick and easy meal to make for two. Perfect to enjoy at lunch time or in the lighter evenings.
This is a reliable, delicious and crowd-pleasing topping for vegetables, grain bowls, meat or any savory food that needs a tangy, umami kick. The recipe is flexible and the flavors lend themselves to creativity. Try lemon or lime instead of orange, honey or agave instead of maple syrup and turmeric in addition to ginger.