Lovers of eastern food surely have heard at least once the word “teppanyaki.” This is a specific culinary technique of cooking. In teppanyaki dishes are cooked on hot flat grill (metal plate). Using this method of cooking the tastes of the various ingredients are mixed in an exceptional way, all products are made almost simultaneously.
Aromas and juices of the meat and vegetables are retained because in teppanyaki cooking is by baking rather than frying. Thus prepared, the food retains all the flavor, vitamins and minerals that would otherwise be lost in traditional baking or frying. Teppanyaki dishes will provoke each chef’s true love not only towards the east kitchen, but cooking in general.
Historically the method teppanyaki arises in Japanese restaurant chain known from after World War II. Preparation of traditional cuisine of flat grill in front of customers makes the restaurant popular. Many tourists and locals started visiting the restaurant just to see teppanyaki cooking. So teppanyaki became world famous style of cuisine.