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Sunday, June 12, 2016Y

It's been years since the last time I posted a new recipe. I'm a super duper lazy person when it comes to cooking so my recipe is always the simplest. My baby girl loves oyakodon and so I got the recipe online and improvise it abit

50ml Dashi Soup 
1 tbsp Soy Sauce
1/2 tbsp Sugar
1/2 tbsp Mirin

1/2 Small Onion
85g Chicken Meat (3 oz)
2 Eggs
10 Japanese Wild Parsley or spring onions 
200g Rice 

Mix all the sauce together and heat up the small pan (I used to try it in a bigger pan and it didn't turn up well so I got a 20cm pan which makes it the perfect size). 
Then add in the onions and bring it to a boil. Make sure the onions are well cooked so tat it won't be too hard. I'm an onion lover so I always add a lot of onions. 
I then add the meat (I love to use meat from the drumstick. I know it's hard to debone but we Hav an angel call the maid). Cook it thoroughly before adding in the egg mixture. 
Lower the heat so tat u don over cool the omelette. 
Now the oyako is almost ready. Prepare your bowl of white Japanese rice and pour in ur oyako and here is ur oyako don. Itadakimasu. 


muahz & hugz