The Japanese have a knack for making cold yet satisfying dinners for hot summer nights. Try cool Japanese salads, cold Japanese noodle recipes and easy Japanese sushi rolls to beat the heat this summer.
The secret to creating this authentic beef tataki salad is to sear the beef, then marinate it in a soy-garlic dressing and freeze it for a few hours. Once it’s firm, you’ll be able to cut wafer-thin slices of beef to serve over a soba salad.
We could eat this tangy cha soba noodle dish for breakfast, lunch and dinner during summer. It’s perfect for school and work lunches.
Ideal as an entrée or a light supper, these grilled scallops with daikon and cold noodle sauce are just a little bit posh. Serve them with chilled sake for the full Japanese experience.
Team a cool and crunchy Japanese salad of asparagus, cucumber and Asian greens with fresh-off-the-grill fish for this refreshingly light teriyaki swordfish salad.
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