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How to Cook Cellophane Noodles to Be Crunchy

Cellophane noodles have many aliases, but whether you call them glass noodles, rice vermicelli, bean thread noodles or crystal noodles, these clear, thin threads are the star of many Asian dishes.The typical way of cooking cellophane noodles is to immerse them in hot water until they soften and then toss them into noodle salads or stir-fry with…
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How to Cook Rice for Pounding Mochi

Almost every component of Japanese cuisine is a well thought out, carefully crafted piece of culinary architecture as pleasing aesthetically as it is gustatory. Mochi cakes are no different.Mochi, a type of wagashi, or rice-based confection, consists of glutinous, sticky rice painstakingly pounded into a smooth, congruous paste that forms the…
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Cooking Frozen Salted Mackerel

Its name denotes simplicity, but also belies its complexity. A common side dish in Japan, where it's called "sabo shio," and a popular street food in Korea, where it goes by "godeungeo gui," the dish consists of salted, skin-on mackerel fillets grilled over a high flame or fried in a hot pan to give it crackling, crispy skin that pairs beautifully…
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