I tried this out as a potential Thanskgiving recipe. I don’t think it’s happening for this, but these were interesting. It was my first time using Japanese sweet potatoes (found at the farmers market) which were a little starchier than I expected.
This has been my go-to method lately when I need a quick, Asian-ish salmon for a main or Japanese breakfast. Continue reading
This is probably my favorite breakfast, and I finally made it at home for once! Thanks, homemade Japanese pickles, for inspiring me to do so. This is more a meal that you assemble than make, particularly if you have leftover miso soup hanging around.
My sister got us a Japanese pickling class for my birthday. It was so fun! We made three different types of pickles in the class, and I’m listing all of these recipes here.