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Ichigo Daifuku (Strawberry Mochi Cake). My friend is nisei ( second generation Japanese in Canada) brought mochi to our sushi party last night. Her auntie makes mochi. I love mochi!

My friend is nisei ( second generation Japanese in Canada) brought mochi to our sushi party last night. Her auntie makes mochi. I love mochi!

I make dessert every night.  I know that’s probably not the healthiest thing, but it’s what I enjoy doing and I love dessert!  As we should all know by now

Easy Mochi (Japanese Rice Cake) recipe - Makes: about 100 cubes oz. Coconut Milk 1 ¾ cups Water Food Coloring (optional)* Potato starch for dusting (Cornstarch can be used as well)

Gyoza or pan-fried Japanese dumplings. Gyozas are easier to make than you think, learn this easy, quick, and delicious recipes.

Gyoza or pan-fried Japanese dumplings. Gyozas are easier to make than you think, learn this easy, quick, and delicious recipes. Dumplings are eaten at lunch and dinner and also snacks throughout the day.

Japanese Konnyaku Jellies - Gel sweets with fruit inside. Similar to jello, just slightly different.  Easy to make.  Ingredients: konnyaku powder gel mix, citric acid, hot water, fruits. Fyi, konnyaku is a digestible starch made from a plant. It is considered safe to eat and is used in numerous Asian recipes. It makes both savory and sweet foods, for example, noodles and jelled cubes for soups.

Recipe: Konjac Sweet Fruit Jelly (Konjac is made from yams, so it is a vegan-friendly dessert) What a refreshing treat to serve at a summer party!

How To Make Bento | Easy Japanese Recipes at JustOneCookbook.com

On the hunt for the best bento box for kids? Leakproof, insulated, the perfect size, compartments - shop these top bento box picks that are a parent's dream.

Tsukemono (Japanese Pickled Cabbage) | Easy Japanese Recipes at JustOneCookbook.com

Introducing "Asazuke" A Quick Tsukemono In Japan, all types of tsukemono are available at grocery stores and specialty stores; however many people make Asazuke