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Old 01-20-2020, 12:03 AM   #1
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I wanted a new recipe for Chawan Mushi (and yes, I do have a set of those "cups" but they are in Ottawa but I am wintering in Northern Minnesota...). I stumbled across this site:

https://www.kikkoman.com/en/cookbook...487/index.html

Curious if any DCers have made any of the recipes or follow the Food Forum?

The recipes take a bit of deciphering, but I've bookmarked several to try (when the KN is out at his monthly Military dinner). I might have to wait until I return to Ottawa--good thing I brought back Dashi powder and bonito flakes!
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Old 01-20-2020, 07:38 AM   #2
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I have not used that site..

While I no longer make many Japanese dishes, I still follow Nami of Just One Cookbook.. Every recipe of hers I've tried, is wonderful..

https://www.justonecookbook.com/

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I have not used that site..

While I no longer make many Japanese dishes, I still follow Nami of Just One Cookbook.. Every recipe of hers I've tried, is wonderful..

https://www.justonecookbook.com/

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Japanese recipes I wanted a new recipe for Chawan Mushi (and yes, I do have a set of those "cups" but they are in Ottawa but I am wintering in Northern Minnesota...). I stumbled across this site: [url]https://www.kikkoman.com/en/cookbook/search/recipe/00000487/index.html[/url] Curious if any DCers have made any of the recipes or follow the Food Forum? The recipes take a bit of deciphering, but I've bookmarked several to try (when the KN is out at his monthly Military dinner). I might have to wait until I return to Ottawa--good thing I brought back Dashi powder and bonito flakes! 3 stars 1 reviews
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