Thursday, 25 October 2012

Bring Up the Child

Oyakudon means mother and child rice.This is a popular Japanese donburi. Donburi is fast to prepare and I  usually cook donburi when the family eats at different time. All I have to do is prepare ahead; meat seasoned, rice cooked and onions chopped, and a hot meal will be ready to eat in 5 minutes.
Donburi  is a general term for "bowl" and is also popularly refers to as a bowl of cooked rice with some other food served on top of it.  It can be Gyudon,( beef and onion) Tendon(tempura shrimp),Tamagodon(scrambled egg),Katsudon(deep fried pork cutlets,Tekkadon(raw tuna) and many more. I like to add Umami togarashi, chili pepper powder on my rice. This recipe serves two.

Umami togarashi

A donburi bowl


200gm chicken thigh fillet, cut bite size
1 tbsp mirin                                       }marinate for at least ½ an hour

Dashi mixture
2 tbsp light soya sauce                                             
½ tbsp caster sugar                                                                           
1 tbsp cooking sake
1/3 cup dashi stock (1/8 tsp dashinomoto mixed with 1/3 cup water)

1 brown onion, thinly sliced
Spring onion, sliced diagonally,plus extra with garnishing
2 eggs beaten


Fry chicken pcs until browned and cooked.
Add onions and fry till softened and add onions
Add dashi mixture and bring to boil,reduce heat
Pour in beaten eggs in circular motion over simmering mixture
Set over low heat till egg is just cooked
Place a portion of hot rice into each bowl and slide half a portion toppings .
Garnish with spring onions.

Proverbs 22:6
'Train up a child in the way he should go; and when he is old he will not turn from it.'

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