Profile cover photo
Profile photo
Yoshiko Sullivan
1 follower
1 follower
About
Posts

Post has attachment
An Amazing Combination! Unagi and Avocado Free Style Sushi
This is a free style sushi called “chirashi-zushi” or “maze-zushi” in
Japanese. I added Unagi (eel) and avocado. The taste is just like caterpillar roll.
Very yummy and rich! Please check out the link,  Here it is! Maki Roll Sushi Recipe!  on how to make su...
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
Arranging Japanese-styled Plate
I found some
wonderful antique English plates at a local antique store. When I first saw
these plates I thought that they would be perfect for my Japanese New Year’s
celebration. The blue and white color combination reminds me of classic
Japanese ceramics a...
Arranging Japanese-styled Plate
Arranging Japanese-styled Plate
yoshiko-sullivan.blogspot.com
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
Kyoto-Style Ozouni
“Ozouni” is the traditional Japanese mochi soup for New Year’s. As I
mentioned in my previous post, there are many regional versions of “Ozouni” in
Japan. This is the Kyoto-style version using white miso. The taste is sweet and
creamy. Here is the link for ...
Kyoto-Style Ozouni
Kyoto-Style Ozouni
yoshiko-sullivan.blogspot.com
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
Tokyo-Style Ozouni
“Ozouni” is the traditional Japanese mochi soup for New Year’s. There are
many regional versions of “Ozouni” in Japan and the flavors vary greatly so it
is always important to indicate where the “Ozouni” comes from. Some are soy sauce
based, some are sweet ...
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
Scallion and Ginger Sauce for Roast Beef
With the Holidays coming I am sure that a lot of people are thinking about
roast beef. If you are up for something new, then try adding this Japanese
influenced sauce to your table. This sauce will be a hit for those that
consider themselves soy sauce lover...
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
Homemade Meyer Lemon Ponzu
In japan, we often use ponzu as a sauce for many dishes such as hot-pot,
tofu, gyoza, salad, hamburg, steak, grilled chicken, pickles, and so much more. We can buy ponzu sauce at the Asian supermarket or sometimes even the local
supermarket, but I still pre...
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
Meyer Lemons as a Substitute for Yuzu
If you are
familiar with Japanese food, I am pretty sure you have heard about the citrus
called Yuzu. Yuzu has a very aromatic rind that wakens up the senses. We often
use the rind to brighten up the flavor of our dishes and to enjoy the pleasant
fragrance ...
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
Kabocha Soup
Kabocha is a variety of Japanese pumpkin. It looks very similar to
Buttercup squash, typically found in western supermarkets but they taste quite different,
so don't be fooled! Kabocha is naturally sweet and has a texture that's a bit
like sweet potato. In ...
Kabocha Soup
Kabocha Soup
yoshiko-sullivan.blogspot.com
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
Holiday Gatherings: Japanese Influenced Cheese Plate
Don't forget to
serve a nice cheese plate with wine for your holiday gatherings. I usually
prepare 3 varieties of cheese, a blue cheese, a brie variety, and a harder
variety. We should always pair some sweet fruits and jam with the cheese too.
My cheese pla...
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
Taste of Fall - Japanese Style Taro Rice
Taro rice reminds
me of the beginning of fall in Japan.  Pickled “ume” (Japanese apricots)
adds lightness and body to the rice. Taste of fall –
Japanese Style Taro Rice ·       3 cups
of short grain rice (1 rice cup=180cc) ·       1/2
pound of taro (either ...
Taste of Fall - Japanese Style Taro Rice
Taste of Fall - Japanese Style Taro Rice
yoshiko-sullivan.blogspot.com
Add a comment...
Wait while more posts are being loaded