While sushi may be most popular on Japanese restaurant menus, Japanese cooking is so much more. With miso broths, noodles of every size and shape, sukiyaki. hearty greens, and crisp-tender stir-fried vegetables, Japanese cooking is easier to make than you might expect.
Apple bits, green beans and tofu create a stunner of a salad.
Chicken and Daikon Salad
Daikon (Asian radish) and chicken combine for an Eastern-influenced chicken salad.
Soba Noodles with Almond Butter
An eclectic but delicious meld of flavors, this recipe is an easy way to dress up Japanese soba noodles.
Asian Tuna Tacos
In this dish, tuna steaks are seared with a sesame seed crust and served with a wasabi mayonnaise,chopped scallions, and cilantro, all in a flour tortilla.
Pork Pot Stickers and Green Curry-Coconut Sauce
For pot sticker filling: Combine all ingredients in a food processor; purée until smooth. Brush wonton wrappers lightly with water on one side. Place about…