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Yakimono: Grilled Foods
Yaki (grilled) + mono (things) = sizzling perfection
The Japanese were grilling long before the invention of the barbecue. Whether pierced through a skewer or grilled straight up, yakimono are meats, fish, or vegetables that were traditionally cooked over charcoal – and many Japanese restaurants’ robata items still are. Don’t fret, though, if you don’t have a charcoal grill at home. You can yaki your mono using your oven’s “broil” setting.

Recipe: Yakizakana (grilled fish)