There’s nothing like an easy to make, easy to eat, healthy Japanese meal that you can make at home! My sister Kari has been the primary cook at home for our aging parents. Our parents are artists and also opened one of the first Japanese restaurants on Long Island (almost 45 years ago!) so amazing taste and impeccable presentation are not optional.
Our dad has had issues with his teeth for years — he lost most of his teeth, and then lost his dentures. He refuses to get implants so a modified meal is what is required. That is the case for a lot of people. You will be surprised to see how easy this meal is to make and it is super nutritious!
Watch the video below if you want our step by step process. We had a lot of fun making this video. Special thanks to Francisco Aliwalas and Ritsuko Yamaguchi for all their help.
We have listed some of the harder-to-get ingredients and links to purchase them through Amazon should you be interested. Please note that these are affiliate links — it means that we will receive a small commission should you choose to purchase through the links below and there is NO cost to you at all. This just allows us to create more videos like this one. So we always appreciate the love. 🙂 If you have an Asian food store near you, definitely go there!
Shimaya Dashi Soup Stock
Low Sodium Soy Sauce
Saute Tofu Steak
Spinach with Shiitake Mushrooms
Sakura (Cherry Blossom) Cookie Cutter
Short Grain Brown Rice