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One plate sukiyaki – Egg Florentine style

Sukiyaki is one of the best-loved dishes in Japan. It is made up of sliced meat, tofu and vegetables cooked together in a large pan in Sukiyaki sauce. Before being eaten the food is often dipped in a whisked raw egg.

People outside of Japan don't always want to try the raw egg dip though. Our Egg Florentine style Konyaku gives a similar experience to how Japanese people eat sukiyaki. It allows you to try Japan’s most famous dish on one plate with a poached egg.

Tsuyoshi @ ex-Otabe Kafe
Photographed by Mike Slattery

Konyaku Norimaki

Konyaku is an original, healthy and great alternative to rice in this traditional Japanese sushi. This is a real treat which can also be very entertaining as all the family can participate. Children in particular find hand-rolling Temakis very enjoyable. This recipe explains not only how to roll Makis but also Temakis (hand-roll). Have fun and Enjoy!

Tsuyoshi @ ex-Otabe Kafe
Photographed by Mike Slattery

Konyaku Kheer – Indian dessert meets Konyaku

This recipe was inspired by the Indian pudding Kheer made with rice or vermicelli. This recipe is a perfect match with Konyaku. The result is delicious and light. The konyaku can be the noodle or rice version.

This is usually cooked with ghee or butter, but by using vegetable oil, it becomes versatile and be used by people suffering from dairy intolerance or following a vegan diet.

This dessert can be eaten hot or cold and can be prepared up to 1 day in advance.

Tsuyoshi @ ex-Otabe Kafe
Photographed by Mike Slattery