In this special edition no. 4 of our #Stay home, cook at home recipe service series we have 5 recipes that kids & teens will love – from pasta and burgers to sushi. They’re easy to make and guaranteed to taste great.
It’s time for the third special edition of our Kikkoman recipe subscription, with another serving of culinary inspiration. This time we’re showcasing 5 tasty vegetarian recipes.
Spending more time at home means you have more time to cook! And it’s fun to tempt the palate with new recipes from time to time. For example: Our five delicious pasta creations with Kikkoman. Enjoy!
Spending more time at home means you have more time to cook! Kikkoman has compiled a selection of recipes that are perfect for home-cooked meals with the family. They include 5 popular Japanese dishes that everyone will love.
Fancy a tasty snack but don’t feel like cooking much? Check out Kikkoman’s recipes for delicious snacks that you can make in no time at all.
Desserts with soy sauce as an ingredient are incredibly popular in Japan. Soy sauce is even used in ice-cream mixes to add a special caramel-like flavour.
Did you know that soy sauce also goes really well with egg dishes? Japanese cuisine has a great many dishes featuring eggs as a main or secondary ingredient.
Asparagus doesn’t just taste great in the traditional way with hollandaise sauce: it also makes a delicious duo with soy sauce. We've gathered tips for you from purchase to serving up.
Every year Sakura Zensen, the “cherry blossom front”, covers Japan in a blanket of white and pink petals. Learn more about the cherry blossom season.
Japan’s traditional cuisine is called Washoku. It's very closely associated with the country’s culture and philosophy, and it has even been accorded world cultural heritage by UNESCO.
Do you know your noodles? Have you heard of SOBA, UDON and RAMEN? And what about SHIRATAKI? Read on to discover more!
Typical Italian ingredients such as Parmesan cheese, dried tomatoes, mushrooms and anchovies all share a certain feature: umami, a special full-bodied flavour. So why not combine it with umami soy sauce?