Japan’s Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries (MAFF) has launched “A Journey to Find Mutual Value in Indo-Japanese Food Culture” as part of its efforts to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between India and Japan. in 2022.
As part of the campaign, the company is glad to announce that it has released a Japanese summer heat prevention recipe on its official website (https://indo-japan-foodculture-exchange.jp/) for the people of northern India. region, especially at this time of year when it is extremely hot.
Each year, northern India, centered on the capital New Delhi, experiences a period of intense heat in May and June. These simple Japanese recipes to beat summer heat exhaustion are popular in Japan.
The carefully chosen recipes not only use ingredients that are readily available in India, but also quite easy to prepare. Recipes can be prepared at home and enjoyed during the hot summer months.
- Recipes from the official supporter, Kummy: The first recipe is refreshing Iced matcha latte. Matcha is one of the unique flavors of Japan and has become very popular in foreign countries over the past decades. It’s a well-known superfood that has many health and wellness benefits, including increased metabolism, an abundance of antioxidants, and the ability to soothe the mind and body.
(Kummy will share a simple and easy way to make iced matcha lattes, a trendy drink among health-conscious people, so that one can enjoy this delicious drink while enjoying the benefits of this superfood. )
- The second recipe is cold udon which is a typical Japanese dish but with an Indian twist. It is topped with Yin foods like tomatoes and cucumbers, which are said to help reduce body temperature. Kummy will also teach you how to make Japanese Dashi Stock, which is the basis of Japanese cooking and gives Japanese cuisine its unique savory, umami-rich flavor.
WASHOKU recipes are available on the official website “A Journey to Find Mutual Value in Indo-Japan Food Culture”
To commemorate the 70th anniversary of diplomatic relations between India and Japan, the Indo-Japan Food Culture Exchange campaign was launched on March 3, 2022. It aims to promote Japanese cuisine and food culture. It also emphasizes the search for mutual value between Indian and Japanese culture. The five colors used in the campaign encompass the ‘differences’ and ‘similarities’ in the cultures of Japan and India. It is supported by the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries. The 70th anniversary between our two countries is based on the theme “Building a future for our centenary”. This is the mantra that will guide us this year. The goal is to create a better future together and to move us towards the 100th anniversary, which is a milestone, and beyond. For more information, send an e-mail to: [email protected]