Saturday, March 29, 2008

Oyako Donburi


2 chicken breasts cut into 0.5cm strips (marinade in 2 tbsp Kikoman Soysauce + !tbsp sugar)
3 green shallots diced (trim leaf sections and keep aside as garnish)
3 cloves garlic chopped
1 large brown onion sliced into thin rings
Chilly flakes (optional)
Sesame oil
Kikoman Soysauce
5eggs beaten lightly

Place 1/3 of all condiments into a small flatbased nonstick pan and saute in sesame oil till fragrant. Add 1 tsp of mirin, 2 tbsp soysauce and dashes of pepper. Stirfry till meat is cooked through. Add 1/3 of egg mixture and increase the flames on the stove for approximately 30 seconds. Do not stir condiments at this point. When the eggs are almost done and the bottom is cooked and brown, remove the egg+ chicken mixture from the pan with care. Lift from the bottom. You should get a nice circular shape. Spoon warm Japanese rice into bowls and sprinkle on a tiny bit of Japanese Furikake (available at asian stores). Don't forget to save the juices + sauce from the pan. Pour sauce into the rice mixture and top with egg+chicken. Sprinkle with chopped green shallots. Serve hot! Repeat the whole process again twice with the rest of the ingredients.

FRIED RICE - Japan Recipe

Ingredients and Directions

2 cup rice, cooked
3 each egg
1/4 cup onion, chopped
2 tablespoon green pepper, chopped
2 tablespoon peanut oil
3 oz mushroom, sliced
2 tablespoon soy sauce
1 cn water chestnut, sliced

Saute' onion and green pepper until onion is tender. Stir in rice, chestnuts, mushrooms and soy sauce. Cook over low heat for 8-10 minutes stirring frequently. Stir in beaten eggs, and cook 3 minutes longer stirring occasionally. Cooked cubed pork, beef or lamb can be added for varieties.


Tony said...

this is make me hungry :)

aroengbinang said...

waaaa, keingetan pengen blajar masak yg blum kesampean juga....

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