Japanese Pan Recipes

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Japanese Korokke Pan

Planning a picnic and thinking what to take along? Here's a step by step demonstration of a great Japanese Korokke Pan recipe. These are actually Japanese croquettes sandwiched in bread roll. This dish when served brings instant happiness in your dining... - 143.989

Grilled Steak With Vegetables And Pan Seared Ahi Tuna With Daikon

MAKING 1. For the Steak with Vegetables: Season the steak with salt and pepper. 2. Throw it on the pre heated grill and cook well on either side for about 4 minutes until it is done to your liking. Also nice grill marks should form on the meat. 4. Once done,... - 99.3064

Japanese-style Pan Fried Unripe Avocado

Avocados are meant for so much more than plain old Guacamole! Turn those hard unripe avocados lying in your refrigerator into a delicious side dish. This recipe turns hard avocados into melt-in-your mouth, soft, nutty slices. You can add your favorite... - 98.5929

Pan Roasted Beef

Want to prepare a Pan Roasted Beef recipe with and Oriental touch? Watch this video to learn how you can prepare this impressive dish at home and that too effortlessly. Do not give it a miss. - 78.6004

Pan-grilled Teriyaki Marinated Tuna Fillets And Teriyaki Marinated Veggie Sausages With Creamy Mustard Parmesan Dip

If you are a patron of Japanese food, you will surely enjoy this teriyaki dish. Chef Bhal Dave presents two yimmy teriyaki based dishes and teams them up with zesty and creamy mustard parmesan dip. Try this at home and floor your folks and friends with your... - 76.2212

Pan Seared Tuna Steaks

Seared tuna with some toasted sesame seeds is a gourmet meal! To plate this in your house, watch every step in this video to create this miracle dish! No hassles at all, every step is clear and crisp! - 57.3991

Pan Browned Udon Noodles

1. In a 10- to 12-inch nonstick frying pan over high heat, bring broth and noodles to a boil; stir gently to separate noodles. Boil until liquid is almost gone, about 4 minutes, then add oil. 2. Stir often until noodles are lightly browned, about 8 minutes.... - 27.8676

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