Teishoku is a set meal ordered at many restaurants in Japan.
It usually comes with rice, miso soup, and several small dishes.
I love Teishoku because they are usually nutritionally balanced, and you get to enjoy many different dishes, a little of this and a little of that.
I posted the Azuki rice a few weeks ago, but this time I made it into Onigiri, a rice ball.
Tofu with Amaranth caviar and Shiso.
Sweet and spicy gochujang potatoes.
I can eat a big bowl of rice, just with this.
It was fun to put together this Teishoku meal because I get to use all my favorite Japanese dishes.