SoraKitchen

How to make a McDonald’s hamburger twice as delicious: Turn it into a waffle!【SoraKitchen】

Our boss’ mad genius gives birth to the Maffle.

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Our lovestruck reporter tries to make a batch of cookies for his girlfriend for Japan’s White Day

After getting love-dovey Valentine’s Day chocolate for the first time in his life, Seiji steps into the SoraKitchen to make cookies that require no butter or liquid.

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Let’s make some French cuisine using two bucks worth of junk food from the convenience store!

This dish made with a cheese stick and Pringles pairs well with a nice Auvergne red.

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Still using water to make your instant noodles? You’re missing out on amazing green tea noodles!

We taste test a brand-new way to make the age-old favorite food of students, loafers, and busy people.

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How to make your own Pringles-flavor instant noodles【SoraKitchen】

Can’t make it to Japan/wait for the official release? Here’s how to whip up a substitute in just a few easy steps.

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A faster, easier way to make cake: Use a rice cooker【SoraKitchen】

Meg steps into the SoraKitchen, and steps back out with a strawberry shortcake in record time.

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Make potato chips twice as delicious by soaking them in green tea before eating them【SoraKitchen】

If it works for white rice, the ochazuke recipe can work for potato chips too!

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Japan goes crazy for “gaming eggs,” and here’s the super-easy recipe【SoraKitchen】

Here’re the simple secrets behind these mysterious eggs that video game fans and foodies alike have fallen in love with.

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Here’s the oldest recipe for Japanese curry in existence, and how it tastes【SoraKitchen】

SoraNews24 goes back to the kitchen to go back in time as we taste-test the first written record of how to make curry in Japan.

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How to make Tokyo Disneyland’s awesome Mickey Mouse eggs at home!【SoraKitchen】

Naive question prompts discussion about Disneyland eggs, existence of magical chickens and we get our chef’s hat and apron on.

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