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Osechi Ryori (Photos & Recipes)

I’ve put together a set of recipes that I’ve never shared before, until now, that highlight some of the deliciousness I learned during my macrobiotic studies in Japan. Some of the dishes are pictured here.  I explain what the symbolism is for certain ingredients as well as recipes.  The dishes eaten during the first few days of the New Year are intended to bring more abundance, happiness, longevity, and health into your life.

All of these recipes are vegan and macrobiotic using the best quality organic and hand made ingredients. There is no sugar contained in the recipes, only natural macrobiotic quality sweeteners.

Boiled Vegetable Salad with Dressing

Chirashizushi (Beautiful Decorated Sushi Rice)

Datemaki (Tofu and Millet Rolls)

Kombumaki (Kombu Rolls)

Kuromame (Black Soy Beans)

Makizushi (Sushi Rolls)

Namasu salad (Raw Vegetables with Vinegar Dressing)

Nishime (Simmered Root Vegetables)

Oden (Daikon Stew)

Omelet (Tofu, Vegetables, and Hijiki)

Sekihan (Red Beans Rice)

Shofuyaki

Yakisoba (Stir-fried Vegetables and Soba Noodles)

Dessert: Cranberry Kanten

Dessert: Kurikinton (Chestnut and Sweet Potato Twists)

Yum!

Check back in the New Year when these will be available again.

 

One Comment

  1. Rita A. Kanemaru

    Everything looks just delicious!

    Hope your Christmas was delightfull. Happy New Year!

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