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Matcha tea is a common and versatile ingredient used in Japanese desserts including cakes, puddings, ice cream, and mochi. You can also use matcha to add flavor to baked goods such as cookies, muffins, and brownies, and it also works well as a topping for fruits such as bananas or strawberries or in healthy smoothie mixes and milkshakes. Read on to discover more about popular matcha sweets you can buy in Japan or try making yourself at home!
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There are a large variety of unique sauces used in Japanese cuisine, for use in cooking hot dishes such as mirin and soy sauce, to condiments and dipping sauces like Japanese mayonnaise. In this article we’ll introduce some of Japan’s most popular sauces that are essential when creating authentic Japanese dishes including; soy sauce, tonkatsu sauce, Japanese mayo, gyoza sauce, yakisoba sauce, mirin, okonomiyaki sauce, wasabi sauce, soba sauce, karashi and Japanese rice vinegar.

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Do you know your kombu from your wakame? In Japan, not all seaweed is considered equal, with different varieties used in a range of products found in everything from miso soup to sushi rolls. In this article we’ll introduce the main kinds of seaweed you are likely to encounter in everyday Japanese cuisine including; nori, kombu, hijiki, mozuku, wakame and aonori.

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