Healthy Everyday Recipes and Panasonic Kitchen Appliances
Healthy Everyday represents the healthy lifestyle of consuming fresh and healthy meals. Our cooking technology helps satisfy a new desire for healthy food experiences.
Top Tips on How to Use Your Blender?
These tips will help you blend your favourite foods (and drinks) with finesse.
What’s an Inverter?
Panasonic's advantage makes a big difference in the flavor of your dishes.
Eat more veggies, more deliciously
Veggies are the key to health and beauty.
Whole onion curry-flavoured soup
This dish delivers the rich savour of whole onions, their natural sweetness enhanced by steaming. The nutrition of the ingredients is absorbed into the soup as it’s heated, making it an easily-digestible soup.
Bread-making Made Easy: Fuss-Free Bread Maker Recipes
Sweet dreams are made of yeast! Wake up to the aroma of freshly baked bread with a bread maker and these fuss-free bread maker recipes.
Panasonic Microwave Ovens: A History of Innovation and Developer’s Spirit
―Inheriting 30 Years of Development Dreams―
Panasonic Cooking Concept
Japanese mountain asparagus and celery salad
This salad dressing includes nutrient-rich celery leaves. The amino acids contained in udo (Japanese mountain asparagus) and white asparagus may help to speed up your metabolism.
Steam, Bake, Roast & Grill With Your Microwave Oven
You don’t need a stove or oven to whip up tasty yet healthy meals. Microwave ovens are no longer just for reheating or defrosting.
Panasonic Meets MasterChef Asia in a Pursuit of Taste and Joy
Panasonic is sponsoring "MasterChef Asia," a popular reality show based on the theme of cooking.
Fruit sandwich with sweet red-bean paste
Instead of adding sugar to whipped cream, this recipe uses bean paste, which is full of natural sweetness and dietary fibre.
No-bake Dessert Recipes: Let Your Fridge Do The Work
You don’t need an oven to make a cake. Instead, use your refrigerator to prepare cakes and other desserts that look as yummy as they taste.
Creamy broad bean soup with Japanese dashi
This soup is thick and creamy with the savoury flavour of broad beans. Low in fat and high in good-quality protein, broad beans are the ideal food to fill up on.
#2019BUCKETLIST: Eat more South East Asian food!
Eating local food has plenty of benefits as locally grown food is fresher, flavorful and packed with nutrients.
Sushi balls with fruit and vegetables
These small rice balls are topped with seafood and garnished with fruit and vegetables. Temari-sushi is providing rich vitamins and other nutrients & offering new tastes and textures.