Egg

  • Egg Vegetables

    Bok Choy & Egg with Oyster Sauce

    This dish is supposed to be cooked with Oysters and Bok Choy. In Japan, fairly large Oysters removed from shell are available for cooking. Here in Melbourne, Oysters are in shell, rather small, and they are to be eaten raw. They are very expensive. So, I use Eggs instead of Oysters, and it’s delicious. Makes …

  • Clear Soup Egg

    Dropped Egg Clear Soup

    When I was a little girl, this soup (Egg only!) frequently appeared on our family’s dinner table. My family was poor, but my sisters and I always ate nutritious meals. I credit my mother for that, and Eggs must have been a great source of protein for her to cook. Today I added Prawns to …

  • Egg Prawn & Shrimp

    Omelette with Sweet & Sour Sauce

    ‘Crab Omelette Rice Bowl’ is one of my absolute favourite rice bowl dishes. Today I used Prawns instead of Crab Meat. Also I didn’t cook the omelette individually. Cooking 2 servings in just one large omelette is EASY. We eat it with freshly cooked rice anyway. Makes 2 Servings Ingredients 100g Cooked Prawns *cut into …

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    Instant Savoury Bread & Butter Pudding in Mug

    Based on my ‘Instant Bread & Butter Pudding’, this savoury version can be cooked in a few minutes if you have a microwave. It’s perfect for breakfast or snack. Today I used Bacon and Spring Onion, but you can use whatever you have. Peas and Smoked Salmon would be nice. Makes 1 Serving Ingredients 1 …

  • Egg Vegetables

    Just Broccoli & Egg

    To cook Broccoli, frying-pan method is the easiest and quickest. Basically you cook Broccoli florets with a small amount of Oil, Water and a pinch Salt. You can add Garlic or Chilli or whatever you wish to add. This dish is so simple, yet delicious and nutritious. Makes 4 Servings Ingredients 1 head (*about 300g) …

  • Egg Spaghetti & Pasta

    Gnocchi With Egg & Spinach

    Gnocchi and Asian flavoured sauces can go very well together. I often cook them with Soy Sauce. This is one of my favourite Gnocchi dishes. It is very simple and easy to cook, yet nutritious and delicious. If you love Gnocchi, why don’t you try it? Makes 2 Servings Ingredients 2 servings Gnocchi3 to 4 …

  • Chicken Egg Udon

    ‘Oyako’ Udon

    ‘Oyako’ means ‘Parent and Child’. When ‘Chicken and Eggs’ are used, the dish is often called with the word ‘Oyako’. You might be familiar with the ‘Chicken and Egg’ rice bowl dish that is called ‘Oyako Don’. There are Udon noodle versions, and the mixture is often thickened and flavour is less sweet, and it …

  • Egg Vegetables

    Rice Cooker Zucchini Frittata

    Since my crust-less ‘Easy Quiche’ was perfectly cooked in my rice cooker, I have been cooking a variety of foods in the rice cooker. If ‘Quiche’ works, the ‘Frittata’ should work. Pre-cooking can be done in the microwave, so I can cook this Frittata even on a scorching hot day. I cook it in the …

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    Rice Cooker Easy Quiche

    After I successfully made the cheesecake using my rice cooker, I thought my crust-less Quiche would be easy to cook in the same method. This is a hard-to-fail recipe as I add some Flour to the mixture. Rice Cooker is so easy and energy-efficient way to cook a Quiche, but you would rather bake it …

  • Baked & Fried Rice Egg

    Carbonara Rice

    The famous Italian dish ‘Spaghetti Carbonara’ is simple to cook and delicious. If you gave up eating it because of wheat allergy or gluten sensitivity, you may wish to try this ‘Carbonara Rice’. Makes 1 Serving Ingredients 40g Pancetta OR Bacon *cut into small pieces1/2 tablespoon Olive Oil2 Eggs20 to 30g Pecorino OR Parmesan Cheese …

  • Egg Vegetables

    Cabbage & Peas ‘Tamago Toji’

    ‘Tamago Toji’ is a Japanese cooking method to bind the ingredients cooked in sauce or soup with ‘Tamago’, egg(s). Obviously, ‘Toji’ comes from a verb ‘tojiru’ that means ‘bind’. The method is popularly used. ‘Oyako’ Don is an example. This recipe uses Cabbage and Peas, but you can use whatever vegetables you have in hand. …

  • Egg Tofu

    Egg in Abura-age (Thin Fried Tofu)

    ‘Abura-age’ is thinly sliced & deep-fried Tofu. It is used to make ‘Inari-zushi’ wraps and many other dishes in Japan. My mother often cooked this delicious ‘Egg in Abura-age’ for my bento lunch. If you like ‘Inari-zushi’, you will fall in love with this dish. Makes 6 to 8 pieces Ingredients 3 to 4 Abura-age …

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