Liver with Beansprouts

Growing up, I remember Mum cooking this.  But also, with my recent craze with Japanese cooking, and from watching Tokyo Midnight diner on Netflix. Is the same dish just cooked with Japanese sauces!

I have recently been using a lot of Japanese sauces and found that the flavour changes the dish, which is a very pleasant surprise.  Try it, you will be amazed too.

What inspired the dish was really to make sure I can cope with work and cooking when the Teens get back to school what is more ideal than a One Dish Meal.

Cook Time Serves Cuisine
40 minutes


1 clove / Garlic

1 clove/ Shallot

300g/Liver (when you shop at the wet market is liver will cost you about $5.00 which you can cook 2 serving depending how much the family loves it)

2 tbsp /Japanese cooking wine or cooking sake

1 tbsp/ Japanese Soya Sauce

3 tbsp/ Japanese Mirin

4 tbsp / Olive Oil

5 tbsp / water

4 to 5 Scallion/ Spring Onion



1- Fry the garlic and shallots till light golden, pour in the bean sprouts, spring onions – fry till all the bean sprouts are coated with oil.


2- Make space in the work to cook the liver (you do that so that you don’t overcook the liver where it becomes tough and chewy – see picture for it) leave it there for 2mins before mixing everything together.


3- The last bit is judgement call – whether the family prefers more gravy or less gravy will determine how much water you add into your wok.  (I usually do this with my ‘gut’ feeling because the family loves gravy and what the dish is pairing with any other dish.

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Fish Sauce Pork Belly

Here’s another one dish meal inspired by watching Midnight Diner.

We are a eat in front of the TV kind of family. One of the reasons why we like one dish meals like this. Simple ingredients, tasty meal. Hope you enjoy my ‘experiment’ recipe, I know my family does.

Cook Time Serves Cuisine
50 minutes
Japanese Inspired


1 clove  Garlic

1 clove  Shallot

300g Pork Belly

5 tbsp Thai or Chinese fish sauce

1½ tbsp  Soya Sauce

2 tbsp Olive Oil

4 tbsp water

4 to 5 Spring Onion OR

2 whole bamboo shoots, sliced thinly


1- Fish Sauce, Soya Sauce and water to be mix evenly with Pork Belly and kept in the fridge for at least 2 hours before cooking.

2- Heat up 2 tbsp of Olive oil or any cooking oil, when heated put in Garlic and Shallots – fry it till its fragrant.

3- Add your Pork Belly to the hot frying garlic and shallot and let is sit for 1 to 1 & 1/2mins before mixing it around (this way it helps you brown the pork belly)

4- Let it cook and braise in the wok, put in either your spring onion and bamboo shoots.

5- Lower the fire now and let is braise for another 7mins to let the flavors soak in.

6- Serve with rice.

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Butadon Japanese Rice Bowl

My first visit to Japan this year has inspired me deeply to try my hands at Japanese food.  It’s fairly simple if you have the right Japanese sauces. I am sharing all my ‘experiments’ that have passed my home critics. Hope this gives you ideas and enjoyment in your home cooking journey! I highly recommend watching NetFlix – Tokyo Midnight Diner, hope you will be inspired to cook too!

This one pot meal is simple and delicious, can be eaten any time of the day. I don’t mind making extra and just snacking on the meat during the day. As for the Japanese omelette in the picture, well that’s for another day.


40 minutes


1 clove / Garlic

1 clove/ Shallot

1 whole /Onion OR White Shimeiji Mushroom

500g/Pork Collar OR Beef (use the Shabu Shabu meat – thinly slices for hotpots)

4 tbsp /Japanese cooking wine or cooking Sake

2 tbsp/ Japanese Soya Sauce

2 tbsp / Olive Oil

2 tbsp / Japanese Mirin

2 Scallion of Spring Onion – chopped up finely, they will be garnish


  1. Heat up the wok or frying pan with oil.
  2. Fry Garlic and Shallot till lightly brown and fragrant.
  3. Fry Onion for 2mins then put in the Shabu Shabu pork or Beef.
  4. Once the meat is semi cooked, put in the Japanese soya sauce, Japanese Mirin, and the Japanese Cooking wine. Mixed well. 
  5. Cover the wok or pan for another 2mins before you off the stove fire to serve.
  6. Spring Onions to garnish.

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Chicken & Shiitake Donburi

We are featuring some of the dishes that were listed from our 3 Ingredients Challenge just for you!

This is from our very first challenge using  Chicken, Shiitake Mushroom & Eggs.

This is probably one of the most popular and easiest Japanese dishes to make. Simple and tasty. Doesn’t really matter which meal you eat this.

We have left out the cooking of the rice in the instructions. We recommend using Sushi Rice if you have, otherwise regular rice will suffice.

Cook Time Serves Cuisine
35 minutes


500g – Sushi Rice

5 – Eggs (lightly beaten)

3 tspn – Vegetable Oil

1 – Onion (thinly sliced)

75g – Shiitake Mushroom (sliced)

300g – Chicken Breast (thinly sliced)

2 tbspn – Soy Sauce

2 tbspn – Rice Vinegar

1 tspn – Brown Sugar

1 cup – Chicken Stock or Dashi Stock

3 – Green Onions (finely shredded)


  1. Heat the canola oil in a deep frying pan or wok, and cook the onion and mushrooms over medium heat for 5 minutes, until soft and lightly golden.
  2. Add the chicken and cook for 2 minutes.
  3. Add the soy sauce, vinegar and sugar; stir to combine, then add the Chicken or Dashi stock. Bring to a simmer.
  4. Pour the eggs over the mixture, cover and cook until just lightly set.
  5. Divide the rice into 4 bowls. Spoon the chicken and egg mixture, with the broth. Garnish with green onions, and serve immediately.

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