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  • Baked & Fried Rice Fish

    Mackerel Fried Rice

    Mackerel is my favourite fish and I particularly love John West’s canned Mackerel in Brine. Anything with the Mackerel in it is delicious to me, though my husband says it smells fishy. So I cooked this Mackerel Fried Rice just for me. This is a very simple fried rice, quick and easy, and absolutely delicious …

  • Donburi (Rice Bowl) Fish

    Sweet Miso Sardine Rice Bowl

    My Sardine rice bowl recipes, such as ‘Garlic Sardines Rice Bowl’, seem to be very popular. I am happy to know many people somewhere in the world are cooking them. You can find other Sardine rice bowl recipes by searching with the key words ‘sardine rice bowl’. This is another easy rice bowl that I …

  • Prawn & Shrimp Ramen

    Prawn, Tomato & Lettuce Ramen Soup

    If you are looking for a healthy and refreshing soup for your Ramen Noodles, you may want to try this one. The main ingredients are Prawns, Tomato and Iceberg Lettuce. With Ramen Noodles in hot soup? Yes. It’s quick and easy to prepare, very filling, and healthy and satisfying. Makes 1 Serving Ingredients 1 serving …

  • Fish Gyoza

    Canned Mackerel Gyoza

    Mackerel is my favourite fish. Anything made with Mackerel is delicious to me. Today I made these Gyoza to use up some leftover Gyoza Wrappers. I used 1 small can of Mackerel for the filling. As the canned Mackerel was already cooked, I only needed to cook Wrappers. If you have uncooked fresh Mackerel, that …

  • Donburi (Rice Bowl) Tofu & Soy Protein

    Tofu Soboro & Mushroom Rice Bowl

    ‘Soboro’ means crumbled meat in Japanese. I often use minced Pork OR Chicken, sometimes canned Fish, and Tofu is also very suitable for ‘Soboro’ dishes. Please use a good quality Firm Tofu that contains less water. If you live in Australia, I don’t recommend Coles’ Firm Tofu that has sour taste and poor texture. This …

  • Chicken Donburi (Rice Bowl) Egg

    Scrumptious Chicken & Egg Rice Bowl

    There is a Japanese dish called ‘Oyako Don’. It is Chicken & Egg Rice Bowl and one of the most popular dishes. Today I cooked this rice bowl in a totally different way using the exactly same ingredients. It’s easier and quicker than ‘Oyako Don’, and absolutely scrumptious! Makes 1 Serving Ingredients 1 small Chicken …

  • Fish

    Gochujang Chikuwa Rice Bowl

    I use Soy Sauce, Sugar and Mirin to season many dishes. They are the Japanese staples. I added Gochujang (Korean Spicy Miso), Garlic and a little bit of Vinegar to this dish, and the flavour instantly changed from Japanese to Korean. The spicy and sweet sauce is very suitable for Chikuwa (Japanese tube-shape fish cakes) …

  • Curry Fish Potato

    Curry Flavoured Mackerel & Potato Salad

    ‘Curry Flavoured Smoked Sausage & Potato Salad’ is one of my family’s favourite potato salads and I sometimes crave it. Today I wanted to cook it, but I didn’t have Sausages. As I had some Canned Fish, I decided to use Canned Mackerel instead of Sausages, and the result was great. It was delicious! The …

  • Pork Ramen

    Instant Ramen with Pork & Wonton Wrappers

    Currently I have a lot of Wonton Wrappers that my daughter gave me. I don’t want to waste them, so I have been trying to use them. The easiest way is adding them to soup, so I decided to add some Wrappers to Instant Ramen soup that was my lunch. I was very impressed with …

  • Mazegohan Pork

    Ginger Pork Mazegohan

    I had a pack of 350g thinly sliced Pork. I wanted to cook a dish for 4 servings. I could have stir-fried the Pork with vegetables, but I didn’t have suitable vegetables. I only had salad vegetables. Then, I decided to cook this ‘Mazegohan’. ‘Mazegohan’ is a Japanese dish of Rice. Rice and other ingredients …

  • Fish Vegetables

    Chikuwa & Spring Onion Pancake

    Using ‘Tempura’ Batter, that can be made with Plain Flour, Potato Starch, Egg and Water, you can make a variety of savoury pancakes. Today I used Chikuwa (Japanese Tube-shape Fish Cakes) and Spring Onions. You can use Garlic Chives instead of Spring Onions. Add as much as you want if you can combine with the …

  • Shirataki & Itokonnyaku

    Stir-fried Shirataki (Konjac Noodles) & Egg

    ‘Shirataki’ (Konjac Noodles) are translucent and gelatinous noodles made from ‘Konnyaku’ Potatoes (aka Konjac Yam or Devil’s Tongue Yam). ‘Shirataki’ is very low in calories and a popular food to eat when you try to lose weight. I used Spring Onion today, but Garlic Chives are also good. This dish is lower in calories, yet …

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