Tri-Color Donburi Sanshuko DonburiFrom httpmom 8 years ago
- 3-4 cups hot cooked rice shopping list
- For the meat (soboro): shopping list
- 1 Tbs quality sesame oil ( Trader Joe's) shopping list
- 1 lb ground chicken, beef, or pork shopping list
- 1 clove minced garlic shopping list
- 1 tsp minced fresh ginger shopping list
- 3-4 Tbs soy sauce shopping list
- Dash of sugar shopping list
- For the omelet (tamago): shopping list
- 4 eggs shopping list
- 2 tsp sugar shopping list
- 2 tsp soy sauce shopping list
- Variation: Instead of the omelet use 2 cups peas, chopped green beans, or asparagus boiled till just tender in salt water shopping list
How to make it
- Spray a medium non stick pan with cooking oil. Place the meat, garlic, ginger, soy, and sugar in the pan and stir to mix a bit. Cook and stir over medium high heat until liquid is absorbed and starts to brown. Keep warm.
- Make the omelet in a larger oil sprayed non stick pan. Add the eggs, sugar, and soy, and stir with two chop sticks (I use a gravy stirring tool).
- Cook the eggs over medium heat while mixing quickly and with wide strokes until the eggs get lumpy and hard. Remove from heat and keep stirring so the mixture gets really lumpy.
- Using a soup bowl and a small rice paddle, dish out the rice and pat down and to one side of the bowl. Using a spoon divide the meat and egg (or veggies) portions into two separate areas of the rest of the bowl. i.e. Make a triangle out of the ingredients.
- Garnish with parsley, toasted sesame seeds, and or seaweed (Nori).
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Sounds like a devine homey-style comfort food, a simple dish, and yet one that is probably 'out-of-this-world' in textures and simple flavours. Great post, with thanks, httpMom :)
(Another great use for Furikake seasoning -- I make it with left...morekukla in Barrie, Ontario loved it
Perfect... how delicious recipe, thanks for share it.berry in Winter Park loved it