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Japanese Cuisine to cook in Greece 2018/12/30 09:48
Can you please tell me some famous Japanese foods that i coul cook here in Greece?
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Re: Japanese Cuisine to cook in Greece 2018/12/31 12:43
YouTube is your Best Friend.
You will get 100 of cuisine if not 1000 from YouTube.
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Re: Japanese Cuisine to cook in Greece 2018/12/31 15:12
It depends on what access that you have to some basics. If you can get your hands on cooking sake, mirin, soy, and dashi then you are well on your way as if you have them you can make yakitori sauce, teryaki sauce, ponzu, and sukiyaki stock as well as a general marinade for things like karaage. Bonito flakes and potato starch come in handy too.

Easy meals to start yourself off would include chicken yakitori, chicken Karaage, beef sukiyaki, sashimi, tamagoyaki, and you can make all of those just with fresh produce and sauces that you make yourself. Another which is spectacularly good is silken tofu just heated in water or dashi and eaten with ponzu, ginger, and eschallots, with steamed rice on the side. It takes 5 minutes to prepare and costs next to nothing, but delivers awesome flavour (as long as the tofu is good).

I quite like the youtube channel "cooking with dog" which has good recipes and easy to follow instructions. And a supposedly talking dog.
by Lazy Pious (guest) rate this post as useful

Re: Japanese Cuisine to cook in Greece 2018/12/31 15:41
It is a simple problem whether you can purchase ingredients and condiments or prepare alternative materials.
It is possible in any country if it does not need any special cookware.

There are many vids on YouTube, even in English, these are so.
https://youtu.be/7mz9UKbGyzo
https://youtu.be/MIkI_W87HhU
https://youtu.be/KLHJnoJgtKM
by Nalice (guest) rate this post as useful

Re: Japanese Cuisine to cook in Greece 2019/1/1 03:43
Karaage and Katsura curry FTW
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