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  • Tamago kake gohan

    This is a typical breakfast dish in Japan. I found an illustrated recipe at Wikipedia. Very simple.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tamago_kake_gohan

    "Artillery adds dignity to what would otherwise be a ugly brawl."
    --Frederick II, King of Prussia

  • #2
    Interesting. I would probably heat a little peanut oil in a pan and mix it all up in the oil with some fish sauce...maybe throw in anything else that fits my fancy at the time. There is so much you can do with such a simple egg and rice base heated over some oil.
    Of course, it's got nothing on my Texas Salami-Bacon-Jalepeno-melted mild Chedder Cheese Toast. .

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    • #3
      How about a japanese lunch Mark ?
      Found a nice surprise for in the bento box
      Sorry .. recipe wasnt included

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      ' Because it has Electrolytes ! '

      regards:
      Henk

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Heinrich View Post
        How about a japanese lunch Mark ?
        Found a nice surprise for in the bento box
        Sorry .. recipe wasnt included

        Hello Henk,

        is that a "Cool Kitty" lunch box?

        Regards
        Kruska

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        • #5
          Its a bit 'morbid kitty' lunch to me , but after having a bite in Ciceros toast I would love to have a go at it
          ' Because it has Electrolytes ! '

          regards:
          Henk

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Cicero View Post
            Interesting. I would probably heat a little peanut oil in a pan and mix it all up in the oil with some fish sauce...maybe throw in anything else that fits my fancy at the time. There is so much you can do with such a simple egg and rice base heated over some oil.
            Of course, it's got nothing on my Texas Salami-Bacon-Jalepeno-melted mild Chedder Cheese Toast. .
            That looks awesome!
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            BLACK MOTORCYCLES MATTER!

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Cicero View Post
              Interesting. I would probably heat a little peanut oil in a pan and mix it all up in the oil with some fish sauce...maybe throw in anything else that fits my fancy at the time. There is so much you can do with such a simple egg and rice base heated over some oil.
              Of course, it's got nothing on my Texas Salami-Bacon-Jalepeno-melted mild Chedder Cheese Toast. .[/IMG]
              Sensei, teach me how to make the toast with slices of Jalapeno and melted Cheddar.

              "Artillery adds dignity to what would otherwise be a ugly brawl."
              --Frederick II, King of Prussia

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              • #8
                Oyako-don (親子丼) It literally means parents-child bowl. It contains chicken meat (parent) and egg (child).



                From vid. description:

                50ml Dashi Soup (1/5 u.s. cup)
                1 tbsp Soy Sauce
                ** 1/2 tbsp Sake
                (I forgot to add Sake on the list of ingredients in the video)
                1/2 tbsp Sugar
                1/2 tbsp Mirin
                1/2 Small Onion
                85g Chicken Meat (3 oz)
                2 Eggs
                10 Japanese Wild Parsley (Mitsuba)
                200g Rice (7 oz)
                http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dashi
                http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mirin

                Dashi, Mirin and soy-sauce are kind of the holy trinity of japanese cooking. They are virtually in everything (some of my japanese friends said it somewhat more rude, japanese cuisine reeks of mirin, dashi and soy-sauce)

                So if you want to try japanese cooking yourself I think this is a good recipe because you'll need those 3 for most things if you like japanese cooking and you didnt buy 20 special ingredients you never need again in case you realize you're not that mich into japanese cuisine.
                Ha, wie so stolz und hehr
                Wirft über Land und Meer
                Weithin der deutsche Aar
                Flammenden Blick.

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                • #9
                  Very nice, light meal. I also use alot of chives or garlic shoots in mine.
                  "Profanity is but a linguistic crutch for illiterate motherbleepers"

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