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The Only Michelin-Starred Yakitori Restaurant in America – Omakase

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Yakitori translates to grill chicken and at Torishin in New York City, master chef Atsushi Kono serves every part of the bird. Watch this episode of Omakase to learn how grilling chicken skewers can be raised to the highest level of art.

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How to Make Yakitori (Recipe) 焼き鳥の作り方(レシピ)

Sweet and irresistible chicken and scallion skewers (negima), you can enjoy this simple recipe on a grill or with an oven.

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1012 5inch bamboo skewers
1 lb. boneless, skinless chicken thighs, at room temperature
9 scallions
Vegetable oil

Yakitori Sauce (Tare)
1/2 cup soy sauce
1/2 cup mirin
1/4 cup sake
1/4 cup water
2 tsp. packed brown sugar

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How to Make Yakitori (Recipe) 焼き鳥の作り方(レシピ)

Succulent Yakitori (Chicken) – How To Make Series

Master Sushi Chef Hiroyuki Terada shows you how to make succulent Chicken Yakitori that can be done anywhere you may be in the world. The only ingredients you’ll need that’s out of the ordinary is the teriyaki glaze. We will be showing you how to make this soon so stay tuned. One point to make that’s very important is to be careful when you add water to your pan that has chicken and oil; when you add water to this high heat pan, it may cause a large increase in flames and can be dangerous situation. You can still add water but make sure the heat is lower and that the oil isn’t spewing out of the pan which would indicate the pan being overly hot. Adding water in the pan should be done in lower heat throughout this cycle to keep the moisture and not let the water evaporate so quickly.

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At age 10, Terada learned the basics of sushi from his father and then went on to attend RKC Chef’s School in Kochi, Japan from 19871989. He soon earned a nickname for his fast knife, attention to detail, divine presentation and ability to create new dishes and accents based on traditional Japanese cuisine. After graduating RKC Chef School, he was called to serve under Master Chef Kondo at Yuzuan restaurant in Kochi, Japan from 19891992. Mr. Kondo is the master of Kansai style cooking, considered to be the highend of Japanese cuisine. Terada earned the title Master Sushi Chef by becoming the standing head sushi chef & can serve Fugu (Japan Licensed) to the public.

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How Yakitori Master Atsushi Kono Makes 13 Skewers Out of One Chicken — Prime Time

On this week’s episode of Prime Time, Ben and Brent learn new ways to butcher a chicken from yakitori pro Atsushi Kono, who shows them how to divide up the bird in order to get the most meat to skewer out of it.

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How Yakitori Master Atsushi Kono Makes 13 Skewers Out of One Chicken — Prime Time

How Chef Kazuhiro Watanabe Grills 360 Tsukune-Style Yakitori Sticks a Day — First Person

Tsukune Toranomon chef Kazuhiro Watanabe took over his father’s yakitori restaurant that he started in 1968. The shop has always specialized in tsukune, which is a style of yakitori made from minced chicken. Chef Watanabe makes each skewer with passion and lighthearted joy, as he demonstrates how to skewer the meat, and how to grill each stick to perfection in order to savor the most flavor and fat.

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How to Eat Yakitori/ Best Yakitori in Tokyo 乃木坂 鳥幸

There is a way to eat Yakirori and the yakitori master from this amazing shop called Toriko tells us everything to enjoy yakitori.

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Yakitori recipe / Japanese street food / 焼き鳥 作り方

How to make Yakitori
Yakitori Tare sauce
Yakitori at home

Please see below for the ingredients, written recipe, FAQ, and more!!

0:00 Yakitori Tare (Sauce)
4:41 Cut chicken
6:45 Prepare ingredients
8:54 How to skewer Yakitori
10:37 Cook Yakitori

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[Ingredients (GRAM)] (23 serves) (10 skewers)

Chicken thigh 600g
Sake 2tbsp (30ml)
Kombu salt 1tsp (5g)
Green shallot stem 45 stalk

(Kombu salt)
Kombu 4g
Salt 50g

(Tare = Sauce)
Chicken neck 500g
Water 500ml
Kombu 3g

Sugar 6tbsp (90g)
Mirin 4tbsp (60ml)
Sake 4tbsp (60ml)
Soy sauce 4tbsp (60ml) x 2

Ginger 10g
Green shallot leaf 10g
Corn flour 1tbsp (8g)
Water 2tbsp (30ml) (For corn flour)

[Ingredients (OUNCE)] (23 serves) (10 skewers)

Chicken thigh 1.3lb
Sake 2tbsp (0.6oz)
Kombu salt 1tsp (0.2oz)
Green shallot stem 45 stalk

(Kombu salt)
Kombu 0.14oz
Salt 1.8oz

(Tare = Sauce)
Chicken neck 1.1lb
Water 10.4oz
Kombu 0.1oz

Sugar 6tbsp (3.2oz)
Mirin 4tbsp (1.25oz)
Sake 4tbsp (1.25oz)
Soy sauce 4tbsp (1.25oz) x 2

Ginger 0.35oz
Green shallot leaf 0.35oz
Corn flour 1tbsp (0.3oz)
Water 2tbsp (0.6oz) (For corn flour)

[Method] [Chapter1: Yakitori Tare (Sauce)]Soak water and kombu for 1hr to overnight
Boil chicken neck 30 sec, then rinse
Put everything except the veggies,
half of the soy sauce, and corn flour in a pot

Boil, add the veggies. Simmer to reduce by half
1 hr later, break the bones
Strain. Add the other half of soy sauce & corn flour
Boil 30 sec

[Chapter2: Cut chicken]Please follow the video instruction [Chapter3: Prepare ingredients]Blitz kombu and salt.
Mix sake and kombu salt
(Use 1.5tsp kombu salt for Shio Yakitori)
= (No sauce version)

Marinade the chicken with it for 30 mins
Cut green shallot to 23 cm (0.81.2inch)

[Chapter4: How to skewer Yakitori]Please follow the video instruction [Chapter5: Cook Yakitori]Apply oil to the Yakitori
Cover the skewer with foil
Make sure the chicken is above 13℃ (55F)
Cook in the oven at 220℃ (428F) with Broiler

810 mins later, Brush it with the Tare,
cook further 34 mins
Glaze again with Tare. Done mate!

(For Shio Yakitori, Brush with soy sauce at the end)


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A: Yes. But you don’t need to buy expensive Sake.
We use Ryorishu (Cooking sake) which is cheap.
Or Rice wine

Q:Can I skip Mirin?
A: You can replace with sugar. Use half amount

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A: You can shop from the link above,
or replace with Kombu dashi powder
or Kombu concentrate
or MSG

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A: The brand is “Pro cooker”
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Yakitori recipe / Japanese street food / 焼き鳥 作り方

ニワトリ解体!焼き鳥パズルで部位を学べ!Chicken Yakitori demolition puzzle. Japanese toy


[焼肉パズル / Yakiniku Puzzle]
[本マグロ解体パズル / Tuna demolition puzzle]
[黒豚パズル / Pork Puzzle]
[カニ解体パズル / Snow Crab Dissection Puzzle]
[人体模型パズル / Human anatomical model puzzle]
[刀ハサミ 徳川家康]
MOME COMINGこととやリアル店舗で購入
[回る焼き鳥メーカー / Yakitori Machine]
[ローストチキンの風船(浮き輪)Inflatable Turkey]
[ひよこ / Hiyoko Sweets]
[サンアート かわいい食器 「 にわとり 」 ティーポット&カップ]
[焼肉パズルウシ 英語版 / Piece o’ Steak]



This time is an introduction to Japanese toys. New product “Yakitori Puzzle” of popular toy series “KAITAI PUZZLE” has been released. It is Yakitori demolition puzzle. It helps cooking study. Play with that puzzle and you will learn the names of the chicken parts. Only Japanese version. When I was playing with this puzzle, I wanted to eat Karaage and Yakitori. karaage is Japanese fried chicken. Both are very delicious. Yakitori machine is very interesting. Check out the video introducing Yakitori Machine. “Yakitori Puzzle” becomes roast chicken. You can decorate the interior with roast chicken. I also ate roast chicken. It was a very delicious roast chicken. I ate “Hiyoko manju” during the tea time after the meal. “Hiyoko manju” is Japanese sweets. It is very famous in Japan. Finally, the English version of “Yakiniku Puzzle” “Piece o ‘Steak!” Appeared. It is a puzzle to learn the beef part. It will be released soon. Please look forward to. There are also cow, pig, tuna and crab puzzles. Check the link below.
Thank you, Google translation.
[Beef Yakiniku Puzzle]
[Pork Puzzle]
[Tuna demolition puzzle]
[Snow Crab Dissection Puzzle]
[Hiyoko Sweets]

ニワトリ解体!焼き鳥パズルで部位を学べ!Chicken Yakitori demolition puzzle. Japanese toy

Eating $150 Yakitori Omakase POV

Truly a one of a kind omakase experience, captured semifirst POV style! I dropped by Torien, sister restaurant of one Michelinstarred Torishiki, to experience a taste of Chef Yoshiteru Ikegawa’s thoughtfully curated sixteen course yakitori omakase menu, and got to try seven of his most recommended skewers.

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How to Make Yakitori Like a Pro – 10 Simple Tips & Techniques to Quickly Improve Your Yakitori

All of my Yakitori tutorials contain an abundance of information I learned from Yakitori masters in Japan and the US. I hope you have a chance to watch them all. However if you’re new to this channel or just need a refresher, I’ve gathered the Top 10 most important tips and techniques from my past videos here in a 10 minute video. Any of these tips should definitely help take your Yakitori from Amateur to Pro!

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There are many ways to make Yakitori and the methods are slightly different depending on the region or traditions passed down the shops in Japan. This video shows the methods based on what I learned from Yakitori masters in Japan and the US. Combining those learnings, I’ve adapted the steps and put together the easiest or tastiest method for me, which I hope works for you too!

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