Rice Cooker Recipes
Japan is a top destination for summer and we go every year, except this year. So let’s bring Japan home with us! These recipes are super easy and pretty authentic, you’ll feel like you’re in Tokyo or Osaka in no time at all!
Fluffy Japanese Soufflé Pancakes
A must eat if you ever go to Japan because they’re SO FLUFFY!
The Best Japanese Cheesecake
This cheesecake sells out on the regular in Tokyo – it’s so hard to get your hands on it, they call it the Phantom Cheesecake
Nothing says summer like strawberries and nothing says Japan like fruit sandwiches!
Fluffy Japanese bread is the best bread!
So simple yet so delicious – sweet n salty pork with eggs on a fluffy bed of rice
If you miss those store bought combini rice balls, this is the recipe for you: miso tuna salad tucked into a delicious seaweed wrapped rice ball.
Maybe you won’t be hanging out in any cool Kyoto matcha houses, but you can still get your matcha on!
Japanese Style Tamagoyaki French Toast
Most people are obsessed with Japanese pancakes but this creamy custardy french toast can give those jiggly cakes a run for their money.
Easy Oven Baked Tonkatsu
Juicy pork, crispy panko outsides, all baked in the oven for extra ease.
Crispy Chicken Karaage
Juicy, crispy, maybe the best fried chicken snack ever?!
Chicken Katsu Sando
Oh gosh how I miss all the different sandos (sandwiches) they have in Japan. This one is filled with a crisp panko chicken katsu.
Extra Tall and Fluffy Gram Pancakes
Gram is famous for their pancakes in Japan. Good news – you can make them at home!
Probably the best little street side snack with beer: crispy molten hot takoyaki. Make them at home, no trip to Osaka needed!
Missing those yakitori vibes? Grill some mochi for a crispy chewy smoky treat.
Creme Brûlée Soufflé Pancakes
Because creme brûlée soufflé pancakes. Enough said 🙂
Egg Salad Tamago Sando
Like those creamy egg sandwiches you can find at 7-11 in Japan but even better because you didn’t have to fly anywhere.
Spicy Savory Mentaiko Udon
Udon is maybe the best Japanese noodle. Yup, I went there…
PS – If you want to live vicariously through old travel posts, please check these out!
I hope I see you soon Japan!