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    kcocoangela

    Member since Oct 2010

    Chef #1705661

    From Japan

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    I would like to introduce just some simple-everyday-recipes served at dinner table in an ordinary Japanese household, using ingredients which you can find at your local stores. Some call it "fusion" Japanese.

    Simply add some soy sauce when you marinate your chicken. You will be surprised how much this exotic liquid goes with western cooking ingredients, such as wine, olive oil and more! Make your own Teriyaki sauce with red wine! Sounds crazy? Well, I'll tell you the secret...


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