curry

  • Beans & Peas Beef Curry

    Curry Chilli Con Carne

    When I am too tired to think about dinner menu, I tend to cook some same easy dishes that I have been repeatedly cooking. ‘Chilli Con Carne’ is one of them. And Curry is another. This time, I combined those two dishes. I simply replaced the spices for Chilli Con Carne with Curry powder. It …

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    Turmeric Rice

    I don’t know about the health benefit of Turmeric very well, but it is fun to cook striking yellow rice using Turmeric. I sometimes cook rice with saffron when I serve the rice with curry, as saffron makes rice yellow but it is quite expensive. Turmeric Rice is just good enough. I recommend not to …

  • Donburi (Rice Bowl) Pork

    Pork Curry Don

    Have you ever tried Japanese ‘Curry Udon’? The authentic Curry Udon has Japanese soup flavour because the curry mixture is made with dashi-based udon soup. I made this ‘Pork Curry Don’ in the same way. Pork can be replaced with other protein, but I like Pork the best for this dish. Makes 2 Servings Ingredients …

  • Chicken Curry

    My Family’s Chicken Curry

    I am Japanese and I used to use Japanese curry roux to make curry because curry is supposed to be made with the roux. However, after 20 years in Australia, I gradually came to dislike the flavour of store-bought roux and started making this curry. Now I am writing down this recipe for my children …

  • Baked & Fried Rice

    Curry Fried Rice

    In Japan, most commonly Sausages are used for this fried rice dish, but I use any protein that I have in hand. This time I used a thick slice of Ham. Curry Powder that I use is a quite spicy one. You may wish to add more or less, but do not forget the Soy …

  • Curry Fish

    Thai Red Fish Curry

    Asian food is very popular in Australia. The most popular cuisine is probably Thai food. My family loves Thai curries, however I often find them too sweet. I cook this Red Fish Curry without Sugar. If you want it sweet, just add 1-2 tablespoons of Brown Sugar. You can use any type of fish of …

  • Curry Vegetables

    Spinach & Coriander Curry

    Using the same method of caramelising the onions quickly for ‘French Onion Soup’ and frozen Spinach, you can make this curry very easily. If you don’t enjoy Coriander, just add more Spinach or other green vegetables such as Kale. The green beans in the photo are Edamame (young soy beans) for the crunchy texture. You …

  • Curry Takikomigohan

    Curry Chicken Takikomigohan

    This is curry flavoured ‘Takikomigohan’ that is popular among children. However, my recipe is not for young children because it is quite spicy. I used to cook all ingredients together using rice cooker, but later I discovered the flavour is much better when Onion and Chicken are pre-cooked. You only need one frying pan to …

  • Donburi (Rice Bowl) Fish

    Curry Mackerel Don

    Because I usually cook for four people, preparing a meal just for me can be oddly challenging. A ‘Donburi (Rice Bowl)’ dish is always a good option. I stock canned mackerel in my pantry for always as mackerel is my great favourite (and fresh mackerel is rarely available where I live), and the small 120g …

  • Beef Gyoza

    Beef & Garlic Chives Curry Gyoza

    On the other day I bought a giant bunch of Garlic Chives from an Asian grocery. They were getting old and I needed to use them up. I only had beef mince that day, so I decided to make Asian flavoured hamburgs. I added some Curry Powder to it. Then another idea came to me …

  • Curry Pork Udon

    Katsu Curry Udon

    This dish is very popular at Japanese eateries in Australia. There must be many different ways to cook the curry soup for this dish. Using leftover curry is one of them. Here are two different methods. One is Authentic Curry Udon method and the other one is Instant Curry Roux method which seems to be …

  • Beef Curry Udon

    Curry Udon

    The authentic Curry Udon has Japanese soup flavour because the curry soup was made from dashi-based udon soup. Udon soup is traditionally made by seasoning dashi stock with soy sauce, mirin and salt. Basically you add curry powder to the udon soup and thicken it with potato starch flour. Here is one recipe for you …

  • Beef Curry Potato

    Curry ‘Korokke’

    ‘Korokke’ is a deep fried potato cake coated with Panko bread crumbs. ‘Korokke’ is very popular in Japan and we can buy many different types of Korokke anywhere. One very popular flavour is spicy curry! Makes 12 to 16 Ingredients 5 to 6 Large Potatoes *dry & fluffy types are better250 to 300g Beef Mince …

  • Curry Pork

    Katsu Curry

    Serve Curry Rice with Tonkatsu (Pork Cutlets). Chicken Cutlets go very well as well. Makes 4 Servings Ingredients Oil 1 tablespoon Onions 1 to 2 Potatoes 1 to 2 Carrots 1 Water (Follow the instruction on the Curry Roux box) Curry Roux Tonkatsu (Pork Cutlet) 4 Method 1. Cut the vegetables into bite size pieces. 2. …

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    Basic Curry Rice

    Japanese curry roux blocks are availbale from supermarket stores these days. Using those curry blocks, you can cook a variety of curry dishes so easily. When I am busy or can’t think of any idea for dinner, curry is always a good option as it is easy to prepare and everyone loves it. Makes 4 …

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