3 Best Japanese Food Bloggers

January 04, 2016

If you're craving Japanese food, you might have all the ingredients in from Sushi Sushi, but you might not know where to begin when it comes to cooking it! What are you to do? The answer is simple, head over to one of these incredible Japanese food blogs and choose one of their tried and tested recipes. These food bloggers are Japanese cooking experts and will guide you carefully through the process of making any Japanese dish with detailed instructions and photos throughout. 

Which one is your favourite?

Just One Cookbook

 

Image and Recipe Copyright Credit: Just One Cookbook

http://www.justonecookbook.com/

Just One Cookbook is run by Nami, she was born in Japan but now lives in America. She learned a lot of her Japanese cooking skill traditionally from her mother, and believes firmly in the idea of cooking being one of the best ways to show love to your family. All her dishes have heart, so we really recommend reading this blog if you're looking to take on a lot of the more traditional Japanese cooking skills.

The Japanese Food Report

Image Copyright Harris Salat at The Japanese Food Report.

http://www.japanesefoodreport.com/

The writer of the Japanese Food Report is Harris Salat, though he credits himself as a journalist rather than a cook. The site is written more as a research report into Japanese cooking, but it's knowledgeable and in depth. Harris has really looked into and visited makers of traditional Japanese ingredients, and they say to know the recipe you have to know the ingredients! 

 Humble Bean

 

Image copyright to Humble Bean.

http://www.humblebeanblog.com/

 Humble Bean blog is run by Asuza, and it provides simple, easy to replicate recipes for the home cook. If you are looking for recipes which explore Japanese flavours but not necessarily in the context of traditional recipes, this is a great place to go. 






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