Legends in their field, Shibanuma have been producing top quality soy sauce since 1688- that’s over 300 years! Now these experts are putting on a special exclusive event with Japan Centre on Saturday May 16th. If you consider yourself a foodie and are curious to learn more about Japanese cuisine, this is an event you cannot miss…
Get the low down on just what to do with all those ingredients and which to use for your favourite Japanese dishes.
In every popular cuisine, there are three essential ingredients that make up the holy trinity, the cornerstone of flavours that give that classic, instantly recognisable taste. In Japanese food these three main ingredients are soy sauce, dashi & mirin.
By combining these three sauces together, you can season many Japanese dishes with that quintessential Japanese flavour. So whether you are making chicken teriyaki, hot-pots, Japanese style omelettes or even noodle soup, learning how to use these ingredients together is the first step to creating delicious Japanese food. Read on for Japan Centre‘s guide to the holy trinity of Japanese cooking.
Hiyayakko is a traditional Japanese dish that is often served during the warm months in spring and summer. This recipe is not only very easy to make, but also a great way to eat a delicious, healthy dish at any time.
There are many different types of tofu available and some are of course better than others for making Hiyayakko. To get the best tofu, you will need to find something fresh and of high quality. Find our recommendations below.