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How to cook Yakitori


Yakitori (焼き鳥) is one of the most popular Izakaya food. It is skewered grilled chicken. There are mostly two kinds of flavor: Tare and Shio....

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Dango (団子) is one of the most popular Japanese sweets. It a ball shape cake made from rice. Just like Yakitori, they are skewered with bambo...

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How to cook Yakitori

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Yakitori (焼き鳥) is one of the most popular Izakaya food. It is skewered grilled chicken. There are mostly two kinds of flavor: Tare and Shio. Tare is soy sauce based flavor, and Shio is simple salt flavor. Here MLJ will introduce how to cook Yakitori with Tare.