Egg

  • Egg Pork

    Pork & Egg with Sweet & Sour Sauce

    This dish is a Pork version of my ‘Omelette with Sweet & Sour Sauce’, but it is even easier to prepare because you won’t cook Omelette. Cook Eggs separately into soft Scrambled Egg, then stir-fry Pork and Vegetables. Absolutely easy! Makes 2 to 3 Servings Ingredients 1/2 tablespoon Oil *I used Sesame Oil4 Eggs *whiskedSalt …

  • Donburi (Rice Bowl) Egg Pork

    Garlic Chives, Egg & Pork Rice Bowl

    There are many recipes to cook this great combination of ingredients, Garlic Chives, Egg & Pork. My favourite flavour is always Soy Sauce and Oyster Sauce. This is one of the dishes I repeatedly cook for my lunch. It is so quick & easy, yet really delicious, comforting and filling. If you don’t have thinly …

  • Donburi (Rice Bowl) Egg

    Garlic Chives & Egg Rice Bowl

    Using the Egg to bind the ingredients that are cooked in the saucer or soup is a very popular cooking technic in Japanese cuisine. ‘Oyako Don’ is one example. Today I cooked Garlic Chives and Eggs in this method to make this rice bowl dish. A super quick and easy, and very Japanese flavoured dish. …

  • Donburi (Rice Bowl) Egg Mushrooms

    Snow Fungus & Egg Rice Bowl

    This dish was originally s simple stir-fry dish. I used to just stir-fry Snow Fungus and Eggs. One day I added Chicken Stock to it and thickened it with Potato Starch. I liked the result very much, and I made it into a rice bowl dish, as I always eat it with rice. This dish …

  • Egg Vegetables

    Spinach & Egg with Sesame Oyster Sauce

    I often cook ‘Goma-ae’ Spinach, a popular Japanese dish. My family members don’t complain about the same dish’s frequent appearance on the dinner table, but I feel bad about cooking the same thing again and again. I tried to season it differently. Japanese ‘Goma-ae’ sauce is seasoned with Soy Sauce and Sugar. Today I used …

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    Marbled Boiled Eggs

    The other day I met a stranger and talked about my recipe website. The very first thing that the person asked me was the recipe for ‘Marbled Boiled Eggs’. I have tried Marbled Egg before and I didn’t enjoy it because it was over-cooked and the Egg Yolk was greyish colour. I searched for recipes …

  • Egg Vegetables

    Snow Peas ‘Tamago Toji’

    ‘Tamago Toji’ is a Japanese cooking method to bind the ingredients cooked in sauce or soup with ‘Tamago’ (Eggs). This method is popularly used. ‘Oyako’ Don is an example. My mother used to cook this dish when Snow Peas were in season. I sat at a little table in her kitchen and helped her remove …

  • Egg Vegetables

    Mimosa Green Salad

    When I was a uni student many decades ago, some of my good friends were living in the apartment called ‘Mimosa House’, and they introduced me the ‘Mimosa Salad’. The base salad could be Potato Salad or Green Salad, but we called any salads ‘Mimosa Salad’ if they were covered with crumbled Egg White and …

  • Chicken Egg Sushi

    Soboro Sushi Rolls

    It takes time to prepare the fillings for traditional Sushi Rolls. I often prepare Carrot, Spinach, Egg, Shiitake, Fish or Chicken, Cucumber, and more. They all need to be prepared separately. It is very time consuming. But this filling is super easy to prepare. You cook everything together. It is a great filling for ‘Temaki-zushi’ …

  • Egg Mazegohan Vegetables

    Spinach & Egg Mazegohan

    I often cook fried rice with Spinach and Egg. It is not easy to cook 4 servings at a time. Then I tried to mix all up in a large mixing bowl. It’s a ‘Mazegohan’. It worked perfectly. Quick, easy, delicious & nutritious, that’s all I want. Makes 4 servings Ingredients 2 cups (*180ml cup) …

  • Egg Other Soup

    Garlic Chives & Egg Soup

    Garlic Chives and Eggs are a great match. They taste so good whatever way they are cooked. ‘Stir-fried Garlic Chives & Eggs’ and ‘Garlic Chives & Egg Spaghetti’ are the examples. This simple soup is no exception. It is absolutely easy to cook, not expensive at all, and delicious and nutritious. Makes 4 Servings Ingredients …

  • Egg Pork Tofu & Soy Protein Vegetables

    Pork & Vegetables Champroo (Chanpurū)

    ‘Champroo’ (Chanpurū) is an Okinawan stir fry dish. The Okinawan word ‘Champroo’ means ‘a mixture of various items’, and you can stir-fry any Vegetables you have. But, Champroo’s essential ingredients are Okinawan Tofu and Eggs. Well… we can’t get Okinawan Tofu outside Japan, so I use Firm Tofu. Bitter Melon is a popular Vegetable for …

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    Nori & Egg Sprinkles

    Savoury rice sprinkles are called ‘Furikake’ in Japan. There are loads of ‘Furikake’ products available from stores over there, and the most popular ‘Furikake’ is ‘Nori & Egg Sprinkles’. Store-bought ‘Furikake’ are crispy and yummy, but have you ever read the very long list of ingredients? You can make ‘Nori & Egg Sprinkles’ at home. …

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    Thin Omelette Strips

    These noodle-like thin omelette strips are called ‘Kinshi Tamago’ (錦糸卵) in Japan. It is a decorative way to add Eggs to a dish. We use it for many dishes. I usually don’t season it but sometimes add a small pinch Salt. If you like Japanese cuisine, you may wish to know how to cook it. …

  • Egg Fish Prawn & Shrimp

    ‘Datemaki’ Rolled Omelette

    A Japanese dish ‘Datemaki’ is often prepared for the New Year celebration. It is basically a rolled Omelette. Fish OR Prawn paste is mixed with Eggs. Even though it is a savoury dish, ‘Datemaki’ is usually seasoned with a lot of Sugar. Store-bought ones are too sweet for me. My recipe is not too sweet. …

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