The Washoku Way
It’s all in the balance. The meaning of washoku is simple: food as harmony. To live and cook in the washoku way be sure to follow these guidelines when you prepare the recipes below: let the ingredients speak for themselves, celebrate the seasons and balance flavor with health.
- Let the ingredients in our Mongolian Pot speak for themselves: ginger root, garlic, cabbage, spinach, onion, vermicelli, mushrooms, and Soy Sauce. Let your guests select the chicken and vegetables to add to the hot broth and cook until done as desired.
- Looking to prepare the crispiest and most delicious pork chop ever? Look no further than our Tonkatsu! Panko breadcrumbs are the secret for a light and crunchy dish that takes pork to a whole new level.
- Celebrate the seasons with our Chicken Teriyaki Rice Bowl. Choose a variety of your favorite seasonal vegetables to include in a stir fry along with our Teriyaki Marinade & Sauce. Top off rice with veggies and chicken for a well-balanced (and delicious) meal.
- Balance flavor with health by preparing our California Temaki-Zushi. Flavors from the Soy Sauce and Rice Vinegar enhance the crabmeat, rice, and avocados. Serve these on a platter for your next party and enjoy!