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  • 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 …

  • Fish

    Canned Salmon & Egg Pie

    I believe this ‘Canned Salmon & Egg Pie’ tastes better than the pricey Salmon Pie I had at a local cafe. This type of pies are easy to make. You don’t need a pie dish. Using a Canned Salmon and store-bought Frozen Puff Pastry, you would be surprised at how easy it is to make …

  • Baked & Fried Rice

    Fried Leftover Sushi Rice

    When I cook Sushi Rice for a special occasion to entertain our guests, I often end up having some leftover Sushi Rice. Does it happen to you, too? You don’t waste it, do you? Leftover Cooked Rice is often used for Soup OR Fried Rice. Sushi Rice can be used in the same ways. Hot …

  • Baked & Fried Sweets

    Crème Brûlée

    The name of this famous dessert means ‘Burnt Cream’ in French. The name is accurate because this dessert is consisting of rich cream-base custard topped with a layer of hardened caramelised Sugar. We actually bought a blowtorch to make this dessert. The investment was worth it as all my family members love this dessert and …

  • Baked & Fried Sweets

    Custard Puff Pastry Twists

    There is a baked pastry called ‘Escargot’ and I love it. The one that a local bakery is selling has Custard and Sultanas in it. These ‘Puff Pastry Twists’ are inspired by the bakery’s ‘Escargot’. It takes only a few minutes to make the Custard in the microwave. Using store-bought Frozen Butter Puff Pastry, these …

  • Egg Prawn & Shrimp

    Prawns & Egg with Sweet Sour Sauce

    Do you have some leftover cooked Prawns OR uncooked Prawns? Try this simple dish. It is absolutely delicious. If you use uncooked Prawns, I recommend to boil them in salted water and drain, rather than cooking them with Egg. It won’t take long to cook this dish. Before you start cooking Egg, you must prepare …

  • Baked & Fried Rice

    ‘Yakiniku’ Sauce Fried Rice

    When I make ‘My Family’s Yakiniku Sauce’, I always make a large amount, because ‘Yakiniku’ Sauce is very versatile and can be used for many dishes. It is best to use for seasoning stir-fry Meat & Vegetable, but it is a perfect sauce to season fried rice, too. You only need ‘Yakiniku’ Sauce, and nothing …

  • Beef Donburi (Rice Bowl)

    ‘Yakiniku’ Beef Rice Bowl

    This is my Korean Bibimbap-inspired rice bowl, that can be made easily if you have ‘Yakiniku’ Sauce. Today I added leftover Spinach ‘Namul’ and Carrot ‘Namul’, both are Korean style dishes, but you can add stir-fried Vegetables of your choice, and you can season the stir-fry with ‘Yakiniku’ Sauce as well. Makes 1 Serving Ingredients …

  • Other Soup

    Lettuce & Egg Soup

    I often use Iceberg Lettuce for cooking. The other day I shared my ‘Stir-fried Iceberg Lettuce & Egg’ recipe on this website. Here is a soup recipe that you can try. This soup recipe requires only Iceberg Lettuce and Egg, but you can add other Vegetables and Mushrooms such as Enoki OR Shiitake for better …

  • Egg Vegetables

    Stir-fried Iceberg Lettuce & Egg

    It is quite common that people struggle to use up a whole Iceberg Lettuce. You can’t eat Lettuce Salad day after day. I know many people never use it for cooking, but I often use it for soup and stir-fry, even for fried rice. Here is a very simple stir-fry dish you can try. It …

  • Donburi (Rice Bowl) Tofu & Soy Protein

    Soy Meat & Egg Rice Bowl

    A very popular Japanese rice bowl dish ‘Oyako’ Don is made with Chicken and Egg. This is a vegetarian version of ‘Oyako’ Don and I used the mince type Soy Meat today. There is another vegetarian version which is made with Abura-age (Thin Fried Tofu). This type of dish can be made with other protein …

  • Egg Fish Vegetables

    Butter Garlic ‘Shiri Shiri’ Carrots

    ‘Shiri Shiri Carrots’ is originated in Okinawa Island in Japan. ‘Shiri Shiri’ means thinly sliced strips of vegetables in Okinawan language. I always cook this dish with Dashi Powder and a little bit of Soy Sauce. Today I cooked it with Butter and Garlic, and seasoned with Salt & Black Pepper only. It was delicious. …

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