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Post Reply Have you ever cooked a recipe you've seen in anime?
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I've done Curry and rice balls,
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Morbidhanson wrote:


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Onigiri, Aishiteruze Baby/ I love you baby. I put a tuna filling in them.

I'd love to try hot pot ( Princess Jellyfish etc.). I 've had it once in a restaurant, it was cooked at our table.


Hot pot is pretty easy to make and your whole family can eat it. You can use pretty much any kind of broth for the base and then just throw in a bunch of ingredients. A clear broth made with dashi is the best to me. You add a cup of hot water once in a while since you're supposed to keep the heat on constantly, even as everyone takes ingredients and eats them.

Firm tofu, leeks, crab claws, fishcake, pieces of kelp, thinly-sliced meat, rice vermicelli, napa cabbage, ginger chunks, etc.

Satay sauce with soy sauce, green onions, and a raw egg yolk makes for a great hot pot dipping sauce.


Thanks I'll try it some time.
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Posted 9/6/15
Not unless someone tells me that honey can be used to tenderize meatloaf like in Shokugeki no Soma.
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Itsunder9000 wrote:

no but ive always wanted to try ramen with the little pink swirly things in it i always see that in anime lol


It's called narutomaki

It's actually called Miso Ramen


He's talking about the fish sausage (narutomaki) in the ramen, not the ramen itself.
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HuastecoOtaku wrote:


Itsunder9000 wrote:

no but ive always wanted to try ramen with the little pink swirly things in it i always see that in anime lol


It's called narutomaki


They have little narutomaki in Nongshim noodle bowls ( http://www.nongshimusa.com/our-products/bowl-noodle/hot-spicy-bowl ), at least I've seen them in the Hot & Spicy flavour that I like.

As for things I have made from anime, it's mostly just onigiri/rice balls and kare pan/curry bread. I started out using this recipe for kare pan ( http://www.closetcooking.com/2008/03/kare-pan-curry-bread.html ) but now we bake them instead of frying them and we don't coat them in the panko as called for because breading bread just seems silly. I won't say it's not delicious to do it the way the recipe calls for, but it certainly isn't a regular meal that way.
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I made octodogs once

Getting all eight legs was difficult

And putting in the seaseme seeds was a pain
Posted 9/6/15
Not yet, but I really want to make some of the stuff from Shokugeki no Soma. I just have to stop being lazy about it. >_<
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All the time. Anime informs like 10% of my cooking lol
If it looks easy enough to make at home, I'll search up the recipe sometime. Stuff like curry, omurice, inarizushi, different types of tempura, mochi, dorayaki and so on.
I even have a takoyaki grill. We bought it on impulse but since it's hard to find small octopus in bulk, all we've made in it are takoyaki - tako, tiny fried eggs and pancake balls. :(
The nice thing is that japanese cooking still uses a lot of the same ingredients as western cooking. There's only a few things that are really foreign, but come in dry forms so I can buy them pretty easily in an asian supermarket.
It's not as much of a struggle as trying to buy pork stomach or pandan leaves or whole live crabs. Dx
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I've made a few different kinds of rice balls. My family loves when I make them & beg for them sometimes but their such a hassle to make >.<
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i have been eating and cooking most of this stuff since before i started watching anime. my entire family loves pretty much all japanese food, so my parents have been cooking this stuff for a long time, and naturally i help sometimes. my favorite is probably takoyaki.
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Posted 9/7/15
I have not, but would love too
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