Learn About Teppanyaki Cooking
A friend's birthday was held at a Japanese restaurant specializing in teppanyaki. This is a form of Japanese cooking utilizing a hot iron griddle, often referred to as Japanese steakhouses in America. Common ingredients are meat (beef), seafood (shrimp, scallops, lobster), and vegetables cut into bite size pieces. Dishes are typically made with these ingredients that are more common to the Americas and cooked using soybean oil.
The frying, flipping, knife work, and fire may be intimidating for some. A good place to start your culinary dive into teppanyaki may be dessert. The unique "fruit cake" is something anyone can create at home for a birthday or other celebration: grilled grapefruit, a cherry on top, with sliced melon.
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