Sara Molton offers this recipe for a "Japanese" style fondue which in Japan is called Shabu Shabu. The term means "swish, swish" which is how you cook thinly sliced meats and vegetables. This is a fun family communal meal.
Baby greens toppped with almond-crusted chicken tenders and a sweet orange teriyaki-honey dressing. .
Find gyoza skins at your local Asian market if possible but if not you can use wonton skins. The gyoza are filled with ginger, ground pork, cabbage and scallions.
Shiro shoyu's notable sweetness associated with its main ingredient, wheat, enhances the flavor of many ingredients. In this recipe, the flavor of wild mushrooms is strongly enhanced by the shiro shoyu. The soft poached egg is draped over the ravioli to accentuate the combination of flavors.