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Andrew Zimmern Cooks: Beef Tataki with Ponzu Sauce

Japanese Beef Tataki By Andrew Zimmern This easy Japanese tataki is stunning and tastes even better. With a simple dish like this, buy the best beef you can get your hands on. Because it’s served very rare, using a tender, luxury cut like sirloin is important—trust me, it’s worth spending the extra bucks. Skip the…  Read More

Beef Tataki

Beef Tataki with Ponzu

Seared Beef Tataki Appetizer By Andrew Zimmern A popular Japanese dish, tataki refers to beef or fish that is quickly seared over high heat, leaving the center very rare. It’s thinly sliced and served with a citrus- and ginger-infused vinegar soy sauce.

12 Delicious Japanese Recipes to Make at Home

My Favorite Japanese Recipes The foods of Japanese izakayas are among the most beloved in the world. There’s not a chef in the country who doesn’t try his or her hand at ramen, soba, egg custards, robata-style fish, sashimi, yakitori, goya and so on. Surprisingly, though, very few home cooks do. Making Japanese food at home requires having a few…  Read More

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From my grandmother’s split pea soup to pasta carbonara and sticky Chinese chicken wings, my FREE digital cookbook includes all of my best-loved recipes. This digital cookbook has a little bit of everything. Soups, salads and appetizers, plus game day snacks that are super-shareable, hearty weeknight meals and even a few special occasion items (hello,…

Andrew Zimmern's Chicken Thigh and Liver Yakitori

Andrew Zimmern Cooks: Chicken Yakitori

Chicken Thighs & Livers with Yakitori Sauce By Andrew Zimmern The secret to making authentic izakaya-style Japanese chicken skewers is in the fresh ginger juice baste and classic yakitori glaze—a craveable combination of dashi, sake, soy and mirin. I like to cook the skewers on a tabletop grill with binchotan, a charcoal made of compressed…  Read More