How to make it

  • Cut sausage into bite size pieces.
  • Heat oil in non-stick pan, saute sausage and frozen vegetables until nearly cooked, add okara.
  • Stir okara in, continuing to cook, reducing moisture.
  • Make a well in the middle and pour in the tsuyu and mirin, mixing the two together and into the okara mixture.
  • Continue simmering to reduce moisture, stirring often.
  • Slowly add beaten eggs into mixture, incorporating well into the hot okara.
  • When the eggs are done to your liking, spoon onto plates. It tastes nearly like scrambled eggs, with veggies except it has a little more moisture and texture.

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  • freitas 9 years ago
    ups... sorry i've only read the intro now.. :P
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  • freitas 9 years ago
    hi i was really interested in making this recipe but... what's okara and where can i find it?? tks
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  • ylokos 10 years ago
    Wow this is something like my mom would make! Thanks for posting it! I am glad that other people like it! It works for me as a grad student because I can get okara free from the local Japanese market! The key word is FREE! Let's eat!
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