Posts Tagged ‘shopping guide’

Miso & Easy Miso Lamb Stew

Recipe and photos from Marukome USA Tensuke Market & Sushi Cafe carries an array of Marukome miso products and their best selling miso products, Miso & Easy! Below is a recipe from Marukome that might be just the thing your need to switch up your dinner feast.   Miso & Easy Miso Lamb Stew Ingredients…

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What Is Furikake Seasoning?

Furikake (振り掛け / ふりかけ) is a dry Japanese seasoning meant to be sprinkled on top of cooked rice, vegetables, and fish. It typically consists of a mixture of dried fish, sesame seeds, chopped seaweed, sugar, salt, and monosodium glutamate. Other flavorful ingredients such as katsuobushi (sometimes indicated on the package as bonito), or okaka (bonito…

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Stuffed Takumi Shrimp

There are many ways teriyaki sauce can be used to make delicious recipes at home. And Tensuke Market & Sushi Cafe we carry a mainstay of Kikkoman products. Try this recipe from Kikkoman at home. Stuffed Takumi Shrimp Ingredients Yield: Makes 20 shrimp Prep Time: 40 minutes Cook Time: 40 minutes 4 cups vegetable oil 1 pound jumbo…

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Sunomono Shirataki Salad Recipe by House Foods

Su-no-mono is a term that refers to a range of vinegar-based Japanese foods and Japanese dishes. Sunomono is a term that refers to a range of vinegar-based Japanese foods and Japanese dishes. In Japanese, “su” means vinegar. Many Japanese foods, especially seafood or vegetable dishes, can be dressed in a vinegar dressing. Often times, sunomono…

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How To Make Dashi Broth

Dashi is one of Japanese cuisine’s most important secret weapons. But what is dashi? It is a soup stock made of infusions of foods that are rich in umami, including bonito fish flakes, dried kombu kelp seaweed, dried shiitake mushrooms, and dried whole sardines. Dashi makes up the liquid base in most savoury Japanese dishes,…

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Shopping Guide: Japanese Cotton Cheesecake

What’s all the hype about Japanese cotton cheesecake?? Actually, there is no such thing as “Japanese Cheesecake” in bakeries in Japan.  Usually, you will see 3 Types of Cheesecakes in Japan. Baked Cheesecake (ベイクドチーズケーキ) Rare Cheesecake (レアチーズケーキ) Soufflé Cheesecake (スフレチーズケーキ) Baked Cheesecake is the typical cheesecake. It has eggs, cream cheese, heavy cream, flour and it’s baked in…

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How To Cook Salmon Head & Bones

You don’t ever see salmon heads and bones at typical American markets. But if you ever visit ethnic markets, you’ll most likely find parts of fish that you didn’t even realize can be cooked!  In fact the collars of fish like tuna and sea bass are high-priced menu items that you’ll find in fancy restaurants…

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Roasted Sesame Edamame Hummus By Kewpie

Kewpie dressings are so great to use as marinades or go-to seasonings like in these hummus recipes. Add some flair to your homemade hummus and grab some of the many flavors of Kewpie dressings that we carry at Tensuke Market & Sushi Cafe. KEWPIE HUMMUS (serves 4 to 6 appetizer portions) Ingredients: ½ cup Kewpie…

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Gyudon – Japanese Beef Rice Bowls

Gyudon (牛丼), literally beef bowl, is a Japanese dish consisting of a bowl of rice topped with beef and onion simmered in a mildly sweet sauce flavored with dashi (fish and seaweed stock), soy sauce and mirin (sweet rice wine). It also often includes shirataki noodles, and is sometimes topped with a raw egg or…

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Karaage – Japanese Chicken Nuggets

Karaage (唐揚げ), pronounced kah-rah-ah-geh, literally means “Tang fried” (Tang as in the Chinese dynasty), and is an umbrella term for any chicken that’s coated in either potato starch or flour and fried. Like Gyoza and Ramen, Karaage is an example of Wafu-Chuka (Chinese-style Japanese) cuisine, whereby dumplings, noodles, or in this case fried chicken, was…

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