Furikake Rice Seasoning – Seaweed Furikake (Nori Fumi Furikake)

Furikake Rice Seasoning – Seaweed Furikake (Nori Fumi Furikake)

Asian Recipe - How To Make Japanese Nori Fumi Furikake

It’s about time for another furikake recipe, because these days I’m obsessed with finding new ways to enjoy this amazing condiment! :D

Furikake is a popular table seasoning in Japan that comes in a variety of flavors. Nori fumi furikake, meaning seaweed flavored furikake, is a very popular flavor, and for good reason! It’s a classic combination that tastes like Japan in a bottle. Just a sprinkle gives the perfect little boost of flavor for rice, noodles, soup, or anything else you’re looking to jazz up a bit!

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Classic Chicken Teriyaki

Classic Chicken Teriyaki

Asian Recipe - How To Make Japanese Chicken Teriyaki

Chicken teriyaki is one of my favorite Japanese dishes, and a dish many people are already familiar with. But what you may not know is teriyaki is not a flavor, but a style of cooking. Teri means luster and yaki means grilled, so making great teriyaki involves really mastering the technique to create a beautifully glossy, grilled dish full of flavor. While in Japan teriyaki is mainly enjoyed at restaurants that specialize in the skill, it can also be enjoyed at home with minimal effort. This is my go to method for making great teriyaki, so you’ll be enjoying authentic teriyaki chicken at home in no time! Read the rest of this entry

Basic Teriyaki Sauce

Basic Teriyaki Sauce

Asian Recipe - How To Make Japanese Teriyaki Sauce

While we tend to think of teriyaki as a flavor, in Japan, teriyaki actually refers to the way of cooking the dish. “Teri” means luster, and “yaki” means grilled. So it’s not necessarily the sauce they refer to, but the shiny luster that comes from it being fried in the pan that makes a good teriyaki dish. Of course, you still need a teriyaki sauce to make such a dish, so here’s a basic recipe to get you started!

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