Ingredients

How to make it

  • Skin and chop chicken into small pieces. Saute onion, garlic, beans, shallot and ginger in the dashi for 5 minutes. Add chicken. Halfway through cooking mix soy sauce, mirin and sugar and slowly add half of this mixture to the chicken. Slowly drizzle the beaten eggs on top of chicken and let cook until eggs start to harden. Flip mixture into a bowl of hot rice. Serve immediately.

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  • unvme928 3 years ago
    Sounds easy and delicious! I searched chicken thighs because I needed to get rid of the meat from the freezer and I am truly excited about tasting it. I will give you my feedback when done! Thank you for sharing!!
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  • sitbynellie 5 years ago
    Hi there! Just dropped by for a visit and came across this recipe. It looks lovely and like something that I could manage to make!
    Hope you're all well
    your friend nellie
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  • pickledickle234 6 years ago
    I have tried this before and indeed it is very mouthwatering. Thank you so much for posting now I can make this in my own comfort of my kitchen.
    God bless you

    *Kendra Cream
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  • cabincrazyone 6 years ago
    I use wikipedia so I can pretend to know that marin is similar to sake, and dashi is a very popular Japanese stock made from dried kelp.
    I'll bet you pour the other half of the sauce over the rice before the chicken mix is placed on top.
    (You can easily edit your recipe).
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  • moss52 6 years ago
    I'm not sure what mirin and dashi are, but it still sounds good! :)
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  • dev929 6 years ago
    mirin info: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mirin
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  • jett2whit 6 years ago
    Hi there, what is dashi & mirin please? This sounds good. Jett
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  • rukiamich 6 years ago
    awesome! one of my favourite dish.. will give this a try..
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  • timnohair 6 years ago
    The Japanese would call this delicious dish: Oyako-don. This is the kind of dishes the Japanese eat at home and is the best fast food in Japan. And aren't estate sales fun!
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  • pagecrow 7 years ago
    what happens to the other half of the cooking mix?
    would like to know what 'mirin' is and how do you
    obtain it please? Thanks pagecrow
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  • coffeebean53 7 years ago
    Okay I'm going to have to start going to estate sales. This looks wonderful.
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