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.

 

COOKING TIME SERVES CUISINE
45 minutes 4 Japanese

 

INGREDIENTS

  • 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

 

INSTRUCTIONS

  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.

 

Special thanks to Selinna for sharing this recipe!

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