Japanese Fried Rice with Edamame, Tofu and Hijiki Seaweed 枝豆とひじ
Super easy, copycat recipe for Trader Joe's popular Japanese Fried Rice with Edamame, Tofu, and Hijiki Seaweed! Keep the ingredients stocked in your kitchen, and you can make this delicious fried rice any time, any day. It's gluten free and vegetarian/vegan!
Japanese rice balls, called onigiri or omusubi, are compact triangles of cooked rice stuffed with a tasty filling and often wrapped in a sheet of toasted nori. Cute, portable and healthy, they’re one of our favorite ways to eat lunch on the go. In Japan, onigiri can be purchased at any convenience store or supermarket, but they’re also often a homemade treat tucked into lunch boxes.
Nasi Goreng literally means ‘fried rice’ in Indonesian and Malay, traditionally cooked in sunflower oil or margarine, and topped with a fried egg. Whilst a little fried food can work in a balanced diet, the oils used to cook the food are important for your health. Sesame oil gives a great flavour to this dish and contains heart-healthy fats, but you can also use coconut or olive oil too. I’ve also swapped the usual white rice for brown (which contains the nutritious bran and germ) for a nice…
Here is a traditional japanese dish that I consider "comfort food". It is also a favorite dish in Hawaii. Whenever I make this and sit down to cuddle up with my bowl of Oyako Donburi, I am totally embraced with memories of my mom's love. Oyako means - mother and child, so goes to say, chicken and egg. Donburi means - rice bow
Sushi Rice, the Secret Behind Delicious Sushi - La Fuji Mama
Semi-decent sushi can be ruined by bad sushi rice. If you can make good sushi rice, there is no reason why you can’t make delicious sushi at home. Making sushi rice is easy. All it entails is making a seasoned rice vinegar, and then folding the vinegar into freshly cooked Japanese rice.