Oyakodon

Christmas has come and gone. Everyone’s probably making new year resolutions. I’m no different. Since I’m not only eating for the benefit of my own health now, I’ve set my mind to eat less fast food, instant noodles and fatty (but delicious) pizzas. We never fail to seek comfort from Burger King or McDonalds whenever Daniel has one of those “whopper migraines”. They basically “cure” him.

Even though we were exhausted, we decided to make dinner at home. I saw a really quick and easy Oyakodon recipe from Just One Cookbook and decided to give it a try.

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It’s only fairly recently that I started to learn to cook Japanese food. I love it so much but we usually dine at a Japanese restaurant if I craved for it. However, after researching on some basic home-cooked Japanese meals, I realised that they usually include the basic ingredients such as soy sauce, mirin and dashi.

Oyakodon is the second recipe I tried from Just One Cookbook. I love the clear instructions and step-by-step photos. They are incredibly handy for a beginner in Japanese cuisine like me.

If you’re looking for online Japanese recipes, do check Just One Cookbook out. In the meantime, I’m digging into my Oyakodon. Nom! Nom! Nom!

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