OYAKODON (親子丼), literally mean “parent-and-child donburi” – is a Japanese rice bowl dish, in which chicken, egg, sliced spring onion or large onions, are all simmered together in the sauce and then served on top of the cooked rice. The name of the dish is a poetic reflection of the fact that both chicken and egg are used in the dish.

Ingredients For 1 person:
1 bowl of cooked Japanese rice
Salmon, chicken or beef, sliced thinly Or deep fried pork chop or chicken cutlet
1 small onions, slice thinly or 2-4 Spring onion cut into section
2 eggs, beaten
Shredded seaweed or spring onion for garnishing

Mix together:
30ml concentrated Soba sauce
30ml Mirin
90ml water

1. In a small pan, heat the sauce till boiled


2. Put the meat and simmer on low heat for a few minutes.


3. Add onions and simmer for a few more minutes


4. pour the eggs over the meat and onion.

5. Turn the heat down to low and cover with a lid.
6. After about one minute, turn off the heat.
7. Pour on top of hot rice and garnish with seaweed or spring onions, serve immediately


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