This is a recipe shared by my Japanese friend who used to live in SF Bay Area. I use small drumettes so my kids can enjoy this mini-drumsticks. The taste of garlic, miso, soy sauce, and mirin is very tasty. If you are looking for a easy appetizer recipe, give these wings recipe a try!
Among the classic Japanese dish, tempura, broiled fish, etc, one of my favorite is chicken karaage - aka Japanese fried chicken. Japanese fried chicken is quite different from American fried chicken since we typically uses boneless piece of chicken. The chicken itself is well marinated and dipped in corn starch for a crispy flaky crust. If you haven't guessed by now, this is another one of my children's favorite.
Japanese call Chicken Cacciatore "Chicken Tomato Ni (チキンのトマト煮)" and it is actually a pretty common home cooked meal in Japan. My kids love this dish and it's one of our favorite comfort food. I am sure if my recipe follows the authentic Italian method but I hope you enjoy it as much as my family does!
In Japan, when the weather is warm we feel like we want to eat a spicy dish like curry. The weather has been warm in the San Francisco area and my Japanese friend had requested that I post a curry recipe. This chicken curry recipe received the stamp of approval from my family and it is super yummy!
Once again, here is Nami's quick meal special. With the two kids, sometimes it's just hard to make complicated meal while trying to keep up with my day job as a full time mom. Here's a quick and delicious chicken recipe for those hectic mommy days.
I got this recipe from Carolyn who blogs at All Day I Dream About Food. It is simply the best Chicken recipe I found this year. The only mistake I made was not preparing enough chicken because my family ate every single last bite. Try this really delicious chicken recipe today!
Ground chicken sauteed with soy sauce, mirin, sake, complemented with eggs and green peas over rice. Classic Yakitori restaurant dish.
It's difficult to predict what food my kids will like and dislike when I am preparing them, however one ingredient they almost always enjoy regardless of the flavor are chicken drumettes. This Chicken Drumettes recipe enhances the traditional teriyaki flavor by infusing it with orange marmalade. This can also be a great dish to bring next time you have a pot luck party since it's easy to prepare in large quantity.
Paella is one of my favorite dish when I go to Spanish tapas restaurants. There are many different varieties of paella and ways to prepare them. My recipe is probably not the most authentic but if you are craving for paella it's simple enough to make it yourself.
Stew/Curry type of rice dish are very popular in Japan. These dish are usually very easy to prepare and can serve a large party of people. White stew makes great comfort food and you can always freeze the leftover for another rainy day. If you've tried white stew before without tuna, try it again with tuna next time.
Teriyaki Chicken is one of the most popular dish in Japanese restaurants. Try making teriyaki chicken recipe from scratch with the easy to follow instructions. I guarantee it'll taste better than teriyaki sauce from a bottle.
Teba Shio is one of the most popular dish in Izakaya (Japanese Tapas) restaurants. Even though these chicken wing are baked they tastes as though they came out of a deep fryer. Whenever I serve this for a party it's always the most popular dish and the first one empty. The salt and pepper encrusted skin makes for a perfect appetizer to go with some beer.