Tofu Katsu Curry

Tofu Katsu Curry is the perfect vegetarian meal for Meatless Monday. It is packed with so many amazing textures and delicious and robust curry flavors. The crunch from tofu Katsu definitely takes it to the next level. If you don’t have time to make Katsu, you can just make the curry quickly and eat it... Continue Reading →

Tofu Katsu

We love chicken katsu at our house, but last week I changed it up and tried making a Vegetarian friendly version of chicken katsu using tofu for when we want to go meatless and not have meat.  The process is exactly the same as the chicken katsu version, but you will be substituting a block... Continue Reading →

Chicken Japanese Curry

We love eating all the different kinds of yummy curries from different cuisines at our house....Thai Curry, Vietnamese Curry, Indian Curry, and even Steph and Ayesha Curry! My youngest daughter Taylor recently declared that Japanese Curry is her favorite curry to eat. She explained that she loves it more than other curries because 1) it's... Continue Reading →

Chicken Katsu

The kids and I love Chicken Katsu!  It's like an oversized excellent quality crispy chicken nugget. Crunchy, addicting, and ammmmazzzzing!  When seasoned and cooked properly, the panko bread crumbs produce a delicate crispy breaded crust and keep the chicken meat juicy and moist.  The katsu sauce is also super flavorful and gives the chicken katsu... Continue Reading →

Sushi Bake

Over the past few years, Sushi Bake has become one of the most popular pot luck/party food among friends and family.  It is requested at every party and always the first dish to be devoured.  Sushi Bake is essentially a deconstructed sushi roll, baked like a casserole.  It's the perfect food to bring to parties... Continue Reading →

California Rolls

  I've seen many variations of a California Roll, but the basic ingredients in most California Rolls are Nori seaweed, sushi rice, imitation crab, cucumber, and avocado.  My mom’s idea of great Japanese Food is enjoying a nice big fat California Roll with ginger, wasabi, and soy sauce.  Everyone else in the family disagrees, but... Continue Reading →


Did you know the "Ton" in tonkatsu means pork? If yes, maybe I was the only one who didn't know this.  I always wondered why it wasn't called Pork Katsu like the chicken version is called Chicken Katsu.Anyway, I enjoyed making tonkatsu because I had all the ingredients in my pantry and this took me... Continue Reading →

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