Pressure Cooker Ramen Recipe

Pressure Cooker Ramen Noodle Soup

Pressure Cooker Ramen Recipe Authentic Japanese ramen noodle broths normally take hours of simmering, especially pork based (tonkotsu). We’ve simplified the recipe, without sacrificing an ounce of flavor by using an electric pressure cooker and by using easy-to-find ingredients from your regular grocery store. Traditional tonkotsu broth is fatty, so rich, with almost an oily mouthfeel. While I love pork …

Fresh Tuna Rice Bowl Recipe

Sushi Rice Bowl Recipe

Are you a sushi lover? Sushi rice bowls are a great way to enjoy the Japanese flavors without the fuss of rolling or hand-shaping rice. If your supermarket carries sushi-grade fish, you’re halfway to making this dish. The sushi-grade tuna is accompanied by the normal sushi players: seasoned Japanese short-grained rice, bite-sized chunks of crunchy cucumber and creamy avocado. The dish is …

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No Cook, 3-Ingredient Miso Almond Sauce

When all else fails, the answer is always Zen, especially in all matters related to food. With the exception of Peanut Butter & Chocolate Cake with Chocolate Ganache & Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups (more!more!more!) or if anyone wants to make me a big ol’ plate of Lobster Nachos (pile it on baby!) For the ultimate in Asian sauce simplicity, I found the …

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Miso Butter Shrimp Recipe

When shrimp goes on sale, I always snag a bag or two of frozen shrimp. There’s no use getting the defrosted shrimp behind the glass partition, that shrimp was just the same frozen shrimp, but defrosted. I figure, the less hands that have touched my shrimp, the better. Despite being a mother of 2 boys and having an immune system …