Japanese Comfort Food
Oyakodon... it is so wonderful >w< chicken egg and sweet onions cooked together with teriyaki sauce, served over a bed of buttery rice. The perfect thing on a chilly fall day. 🍂🍁🍂🍁🍂🍁🍂🍁🍂🍁🍂🍁
#Onedishmeal for dinner. #Oyakodon
Super easy recipe using soba sauce. So delicious and satisfying . Children's fav. ☺
The base for soba sauce is the same as sauce for making oyakodon- dashi, soya sauce and mirin.
400gms boneless chicken thigh meat/ breast- cut into thinner slices
2 onions -sliced thinly
4-5 tbsp soba sauce
1 tsp chicken stock granules(optional)
3 eggs -beaten
2 stalks spring onions-sliced
1) Put about 3 cups of water into a flat-based pan. Add in soba sauce and chicken pcs.
2) Let boil till chicken almost cooked. Add in onions till soften with still a bit of crunch
3) scoop out 1 portion into a smaller pan. Pour in a circle 1 beaten egg and cover. It's done depending on how you like your egg- done/runny
4) Put in the spring onions and pour on top of cooked rice.
Today's lunch 今日のランチ: Oyakodon 🐓🥚
I’m back at Japan Food Garden for lunch. Felt like having Oyakodon since I’ve not had it for a long time after we started having TingKat dinners at home. Paid $1 more for the set meal that came with a bowl of miso soup, chawanmushi and green tea. .
The Oyakodon was pretty good - the flavor was there -just the way Oyakodon should taste ...and what i like about Oyakodon is that it’s always served hot since it’s cooked just before they are served - the way I like it!!
However, I was a little disappointed with the miso soup and the chawanmushi. The soup was extremely diluted and the chawanmushi was just warm. Then again, maybe I shouldn’t complain too much since they only cost me a dollar more.