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Japanese Korokke

Japanese Korokke: potato croquettes stuffed with meat or vegetables, or mashed and fried and served wrapped up. I had some of these in Japan and they are SO GOOD!

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Potato croquettes, or Korokke as they are called in Japanese, are a delicious fried food made from panko crumbed mashed potato with carrot and onion and mince. This is typical Japanese home cooking and also a tasty street food. They’re a great dinner or lunch because they’re like one meal all in one little croquette, so they’re especially great for lunch on-the-go! They’re also a delicious way to change up kids lunches from just the regular sandwich. The croquettes, or korokke, taste best…

Potato croquettes, or 'Korokke' in Japanese, are a delicious fried food made from panko crumbed mashed potato with carrot and onion and mince!

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Chawanmushi with Shrimp 海老の茶碗蒸し | Easy Japanese Recipes at JustOneCookbook.com

Chawanmushi with Shrimp II Chawanmushi is a savory egg custard dish which served as an appetizer in Japanese restaurants. It literary means ‘steamed in a tea bowl/cup’ (Chawan = tea bowl/cup, -Mushi =steamed in something)