I’m really excited to share my Japanese inspired Barmbrack. Barmbrack is a traditional Irish fruit cake that is the centre of Halloween here in Ireland. The name comes from the Irish words “báirín breac” which translate as “speckled bread”. The recipe is full of...read more
Sheep are a big part of Irish culture and heritage. As a nation, we’re very proud of our lamb meat and it’s exported all over the world. I was brought up on a sheep farm, so needless to say I ate a lot of lamb during my childhood. So for these reasons I had to...read more
When making this recipe make sure to lightly sear the tuna as I truly believe tuna tastes better either raw or lightly seared. Once tuna is cooked it becomes tough and loses its flavour. This salad is particularly nice eaten while the tuna is warm, so don’t waste any...read more
Gyoza originated in China and is a popular side dish in ramen shops and tapas-style restaurants called ‘izakaya’. It is served with a dipping sauce made of equal amounts of soy sauce and rice vinegar with a few drops of sesame chilli oil. You can make these dumplings...read more
In 2016 Fiona founded her own company “Fused by Fiona Uyema Ltd” to share her passion for Japanese cooking and flavours to people across Ireland and further afield including Japan and Dubai. Fiona’s Japanese food adventure began in Dublin City University where she studied Japanese and International Marketing. During her three years living in rural Japan she was completely immersed into the Japanese way of cooking and fell in love with the Japanese diet.
Now back in Ireland, “Fused by Fiona Uyema Ltd” inspires Japanese flavours through Fiona’s profile as a TV cook and cookbook author, its range of healthy and tasty flavoured soy sauces and Japanese Street Food Pop-Up Roadshow.