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Yuzu is a small, Japanese citrus fruit Used for its juice and zest. Try our mocktail recipe for Yuzu's fragrance and beautiful floral, bright citrus flavors.
Tanghulu, a candied fruit snack, is a popular street food in China. Different from traditional candied fruit, tanghulu has a crunchy shell around the fruit.
Learn how to make gluten free tempura with this easy-to-follow recipe! You'll also find helpful tips and the origins of this tasty Japanese delicacy.

In Japan, there are many restaurants and cafes serving many different types and flavors of souffle pancakes. Make them at home with our souffle pancakes recipe.

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Lao Gon Ma Noodles or Garlic Chili Oil Noodles, are spicy, garlicy and made with Lao Gan Ma chili. Try our recipe for these sweet-spicy noodles to enjoy!
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If you’re looking to expand your knowledge of Asian cuisine, tteokbokki is a great place to start. Tteokbokki is a Korean stir fried rice cake dish made with garae-tteok, or long cylinder rice cakes, called tteokmyeon, or tteokbokki-tteok (rice cake noodles), and has been a staple in Korean cuisine since the 19th century. Today, there are a number of different variations of the beloved Korean dish, including curry-tteokbokki, seafood-tteokbokki, rose-tteokbokki, cheese-tteokbokki, and more, so if you want to learn more about tteokbokki and find the dish that works best for you, keep reading on.

No summer is complete without a classic backyard party, filled with friends, family, and food, but sometimes, the menu at these parties can start to get repetitive. Luckily for you, Korean barbecue is super easy to make at home, especially if you’ve already got some grill skills under your belt. Read on Bokksu Grocery!
Whether you are a long-time lover of sushi or just warming up your palette, this crunchy sushi roll will not disappoint! For starters, this sushi roll recipe does not include any raw fish, so it’s the perfect introduction to sushi if you are a little hesitant about trying sushi. Read more at Bokksu Grocery!
Calamansi is a citrus fruit that’s often used in Filipino food. This citrus fruit is considered a Philippine lime and packs a big punch of flavor. One mention of this fruit, and you know you’re in for a great meal! Read more at Bokksu Grocery!
If you’re a soup lover, you’ll definitely want to know about sinigang. Sinigang is a traditional Filipino soup or stew that boasts a sour flavor palate and can be made with a number of different ingredients. For a rundown on everything you need to know about this beloved Filipino food, keep reading on! 
Have you packed or received a homemade bento before? Pack this tonkatsu bento for yourself or a special someone for your next outing! Today, we are packing a tonkatsu bento with onigiri (seasoned rice balls), tamagoyaki, and veggies. Read more at Bokksu Grocery!

Have you ever eaten at a Thai restaurant and wondered what the thick red/yellow sauce with red flakes is? That's sweet chili sauce, and it's the perfect condiment for everything from dipping to marinades and more. In Thailand, this sauce is called nam chim kai. It adds a delicious sweet, spicy flavor to dishes.

Intrigued? Read on at Bokksu Grocery for more information about this tasty condiment. After reading through, you'll want to put this spicy sweet and sour sauce on everything (we promise)!