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100 thoughts on “Korokke (Japanese Croquette Recipe) Cooking with Mom

  1. Thank you for the recipe video, please pass on to your mother my thanks for sharing her recipes. Take care and God bless.

  2. 𝕀 𝕨𝕒𝕟𝕥 𝕥𝕠 𝕞𝕒𝕜𝕖 𝕥𝕙𝕚𝕤 𝕗𝕠𝕣 𝕞𝕪 𝕄𝕠𝕞 𝕟𝕠𝕨.

  3. So many thanks to your Mom for sharing this recipe with everyone. She's so lovely. I enjoyed it very much and will try hard to make this in the future.

  4. I love these and have made them so many times since I found this recipe.
    Though if I was to make a big batch of them, can they be frozen?

  5. You are SO SWEET to include your mom in your video! She is adorable, and very talented. Look forward to trying this, new to these dishes.

  6. Because my grandmother had a thick Japanese accent, when she pronounced "croquette" it sounded like "Cola cakes", so from then on that's what my family always called them lmao

  7. interesting seeing a dog eat vegetables mine refuses anything not made of meat wonder what kind of dog he is hes super cute.

  8. Hello, I'm Thai.
    I need full Eng Sub.
    Sorry for it.(My English is not good but I can read it)
    I will follow ur channel <3
    u r mom so cute

  9. Mummy is very pretty and she has a good heart and the bond you have with your mummy is so warm and happy SUZANNAH FROM THE UK

  10. Oh, the 🐶 in contact with your apron and also you touched the 🐶. Pardon me but other people are particular in food hygiene. It's a no no to bring animal while cooking 😔

  11. I have made this a few times now and can I just say… Wow!! It's a hit with everyone and such an easy recipe to follow!! They're even delicious the next day cold! ありがとうございますお母さん

  12. I just subbed to tell you ‘you’ve been making these for hundreds of years’ comment should have warranted a smack with that wooden spoon! Fortunately, we get your joke, as does your mom, thank god, and if truly your respect didn’t show I would have moved along!

  13. I love all your Mom’s recipes. I’m so hooked on the sweet and sour meatballs. I have made them at least 7 or 8 times, we had them with stirred fried rice, udon, even just mashed potatoes. I’m going to try this recipe too. Thanks 🙏❗️❗️❤️❤️❤️

  14. So adorable dog🐕 btw After watching musubi cooking i subscribe already in your chanel coz i wanna try Japanese Foods your videos are a Big help for me to try to cook different foods and i also love your bonding with your mom your joke time makes me remember my mom who passed away 7mons ago.

  15. I wish i found this video yesterday. I made meatballs and vegetablr mashed potatoes because I was in the mood for shepherds pie for lunch this week but this would have been better.

  16. oooh that looked so yumm-o!! IF I had someone cooking these for me everyday, I'd be so happy whom cares if it makes you fat lol 😉

  17. Lovely!
    Subscribed while watching!
    And thanks to your adoring Mom for sharing with us her recipe for Croquettes!
    I didn`t put meat in my croquettes (vegan) & also did not use eggs, but even with these minor adjustments, my Croquettes turned out pretty scrumptious & it was a pleasure for me & my son! I added instead shredded carrots, corn kernels & some green peas 🙂 Veggie Croquettes if you want so.

    Will follow you – no, pardon me, your MOM – from now on 🙂

  18. Your mom is so cute! She reminds me my own mom.. so kind, so skilled in kitchen 💜💜💜 I'll look for more videos with her! I'd suscribe faster if only I found this video before!

  19. Your mom is sooooo adorable 😍 god bless her 🙏🏻 i love your interaction with her , you are both sooo cute ☺️ thank you for this video , i will definitely try this wonderful recipe ✌🏻☺️

  20. O. M. G.!!! My sister loved this korokke recipe soooo much!!! Thank you !!! (Last time i made your gyoza for her and she adored that too!) thank you so much!!!

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