Veg-Egg Bowl

I wanted to eat oyako-don (literally parent and child bowl) from Japanese traditional home cooking.

It is made with some chicken and egg(this is why the dish is called parent and child) with savory soy sauce and sugar, but my dinner buddy won’t eat meat, so I cooked it with a variety of veggies.

Fluffy soft egg and soy sauce flavor of soup will definitely be your best buddy!

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Tofu Miso Doria (Rice Casserole)

I’ve introduced many recipes that use tofu.

Tofu is used as main character in those recipe because I’ve used tofu as substitution of meat that I used to cook until my dinner buddy turned to vegetarian, and it made my cooking experience fabulous all the time.

Tofu is great source of protein, low calorie but they make our appetite satisfied, so it is one of the most popular ingredients for vegetarians as substitutional item of meat. But, do you guys know that tofu can be used as sauce as well? And you can cook amazing french fusion food by using tofu cream?

Don’t feel weird. All you need is just try it. Once you give it try, you will love tofu more than before!  

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Radish Rice

I grew up with eating rice, so if there is bread on my dinner table, I feel like I missed dinner but had 2 lunches on the day. But even if there is a bowl of rice, sometimes I feel like something different. Just plain rice is of course good when the main dish has rich taste, but when I want quick snack, I need to hover around my kitchen with thinking about what can pair up with my plain rice.

But, this rice dish already has flavor and the method is easy and quick. Most importantly, it is delicious! With radish’s bitterness and aroma of savory sesame oil can boost up rich flavor, so even a small bowl of it can calm your growling stomach.

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