• Curry Pork

    Katsu Curry

    Serving everyone’s favourite Curry Rice with Tonkatsu (Pork Cutlets) would earn me greater gratitude. Chicken Katsu (Chicken Cutlets) go very well, too. Makes 4 Servings Ingredients 4 Tonkatsu (Fried Pork Cutlet)4 Servings Freshly Cooked Rice Curry Sauce1 tablespoon Oil1 to 2 Onions1 to 2 Potatoes1 Carrots550ml  Water *OR follow the instruction on the Curry Roux …

  • Curry

    Basic Curry Rice

    Japanese Curry Roux Blocks are available from supermarket stores these days. Using those curry blocks, you can cook a variety of curry dishes very easily. When I am busy OR too tired and can’t think of any idea for dinner, curry is always a good option as it is easy to prepare and everyone loves …

  • Sushi Vegetables


    Chirashi-zushi is a very popular type of Sushi which is a kind of decorated rice salad consisting of Sushi Rice topped with Vegetables, Seafood or thin strips of fine Omelet. You can buy ready-made Chirashi-zushi Mix, which you simply mix with hot cooked rice. Makes 4 to 6 Servings Ingredients 3 cups (*180ml cup) Japanese …

  • Sushi


    Sushi Rice is wrapped in seasoned Abura-age (thin Fried Tofu). You can buy already seasoned Abura-age called ‘Inari-zushi no Moto’ at many Asian grocery stores. They come in cans and plastic shrink wrapped bags. If you want to cook Abura-age by yourself, the recipe is here. Makes 12 Pieces Ingredients Sushi Rice (*cooked from 180ml x …

  • Sushi

    Sushi Rice

    Sushi Rice is all about the quality of Rice, how it is cooked, and the flavour of Sushi Vinegar. When you cook Rice for Sushi, cook with slightly less amount of water to achieve firmer texture. Sushi Vinegar recipe varies from one region to another, and every family has a different recipe. My family’s Sushi …

  • Donburi (Rice Bowl) Pork

    Miso Katsu Don

    ‘Katsu’ is a Japanese abbreviation for cutlets. Following the pattern of naming Don (Rice Bowl) dishes, cutlets on rice is called ‘Katsu Don’. As it is served with Miso Sauce, the dish is called ‘Miso Katsu Don’. It is a popular dish in Kurashiki City, Okayama, where I used to live. Makes 4 Servings Ingredients …

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