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    Chicken Piccata with Gochujang Mayo Sauce

    Until recently, I didn’t know Chicken Piccata in the western countries is served in a sauce made with Lemon Juice, Butter, and Capers. ‘Piccata’ in Japan means a method to cook Chicken, Meat OR other ingredients, that are coated with Egg, then pan-fried. In the Japanese style, ‘Chicken Piccata’ can be served with any sauces …

  • Chicken Donburi (Rice Bowl)

    Sweet & Sour Chicken Rice Bowl

    My family loves ‘Sweet & Sour Chicken’ and we always eat it with freshly cooked Rice. So, today I made it into a rice bowl dish. To make it into a rice bowl dish, you need a little more sauce. If you have a bottle of Ponzu, you can use it replacing Soy Sauce and …

  • Baked & Fried Rice Egg

    Cheesy Rice Omelette

    What do you cook with leftover Cooked Rice? ‘Doria’ is my first choice if I cook something for my family. I frequently cook Rice Soup and Fried Rice. This is a new option for leftover Cooked Rice. It is Omelette with melting Cheese on top. You can add bits and pieces of leftovers. I added …

  • Chicken Tempura

    Chicken Tenderloin ‘Isobe-age’ Tempura

    Have you bought ‘Aonori’ (Dried Green Laver Flakes) to make ‘Okonomiyaki’ and have some leftover? You can add it to Tempura batter. Tempura made with the batter with a flavour of sea is called ‘Isobe-age’. Most commonly ‘Aonori’ is added to the batter. Finely crumbled Nori, Hijiki, Wakame, or other Seaweed can be used. Today …

  • Beef Chicken Pork Vegetables

    Oven-baked ‘Golubtsi’ Burgers

    These oven-baked patties are almost identical to the patties of Asa’s ‘Golubtsi’, which is described by Asa, a person who gave me the recipe, as a ‘lazy’ form of Cabbage Rolls. I named these patties ‘Golubtsi’ Burgers and I added Instant Oats instead of Cooked Rice and Breadcrumbs because my husband is currently trying not …

  • Chicken Other Soup

    Low-Calorie Chicken Creamy Soup

    Recently I have been cooking low-calorie soups for my husband every day. I am good at making low-calorie soups because Japanese soups are basically low-calorie as we don’t use Oil and Butter. We simply boil a variety of ingredients in stock. I cooked this ‘Chicken Creamy Soup’ in the same way and thickened it using …

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    Konnyaku (Konjac) & Chicken with Sweet Miso Sauce

    Konnyaku is most commonly seasoned with Soy Sauce, but Miso is also good. Sweet Miso Sauce is particularly good. Today I cooked Konnyaku with Chicken with Sweet Miso Sauce. If you are vegetarian, I recommend to use ‘Atsu-age’ (fried firm Tofu) instead of Chicken. Makes 4 Servings Ingredients 1 block (250g) Konnyaku (Konjac)300 to 400g …

  • Onigiri (Rice Balls)

    Nori-Wrapped Rice Ball Sandwich

    There is a type of Rice Ball that is called ‘Bakudan Onigiri’ that is a bomb-look-alike rice ball. Freshly cooked Rice is formed into a ball, slightly salted, then wrapped with Nori. When my son was a child, ‘Bakudan Onigiri’ was extremely popular among his friends. This is a variation of the ‘Bakudan Onigiri’. Make …

  • Chicken Tofu & Soy Protein

    Healthy Tofu & Chicken Balls

    You can make healthy Chicken Balls even healthier by mixing Tofu with Chicken Mince. ‘Chicken & Tofu Burgers’ is an example and it is very popular in Japan. These ‘Tofu & Chicken Balls’ are best cooked in the boiling Stock, so that you would need no Oil at all. I often cook them in a …

  • Beef Chicken Dough Lamb Pork

    ‘Chebureki’ Deep-fried Meat Stuffed Pastry

    I heard Ukrainian people’s favourite street food is ‘Chebureki’, Deep-fried Meat Stuffed Pastry. They say any minced Meat can be used. As I heard that Pork is very popular in Ukraine, I decided to use Pork Mince today, though I though Lamb Mince would be really yummy. Anyway, I tried to make everything simple. I …

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