Thursday, April 7, 2016

Lan's Oyako Donburi


Landon threw this together the other night in the awesome Zojirushi electric skillet that I just bought.  Lan always just "eyeballs" his ingredients so I don't have a real recipe for you. 

He sautéed some sliced round onions in oil and then added about four sliced chicken thighs. Then he threw in bamboo shoots, mushrooms, konyaku noodles, tofu noodles, dashi, some water, shoyu, brown sugar and some of that sukiyaki sauce that I got at Marukai. When everything was mostly cooked through he added about a dozen beaten eggs and covered the pot until the eggs were done. Was some ono.

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12 comments:

Cloudia said...

Comfort Food!

jalna said...

Totally, Cloudia!

Kalin's Mommy said...

Looks so GOOD!

jalna said...

Mich, I ate it for dinner that night and for lunch and dinner the next day!!

Kay said...

The first time I went to Japan was in 1970 on a college tour. I must have eaten oyakodon almost everyday for about 50 cents a bowl. The yen was 360 to $1! It was amazing! I loved it. Looking at your yummy photos bring back the memories. I still haven't managed to duplicate the flavor, but yours looks heavenly.

Lorna Nishimitsu said...

The three of you should be on a Hawaii version of "Good Eats" or something; everything looks oishii, and there's such a variety!

Anonymous said...

j: so lucky to have two good cooks in da house. Looks so ono too.-N

Leslie's pics said...

lucky you not dieting anymore!!

Mark Shelby said...

That is the coolest skillet I have ever seen! Good find!It almost looks like a mini crook pot, but with multiple awesome uses! And the meal looks awesome! I watched the videos of it at your Amazon link. A little pricey though to me.

K and S said...

mmm!

jalna said...

Kay, the first time I went to Japan was also in the 70's on a college tour!

LOL, thanks, Lorna!

I know, N, especially since I suck at it.

Les, I'm so glad that's pau.

Mark, I neva even watch the video myself. Gonna do that now. And I agree, it IS pricey.

Yes, Kat!

mmiissee said...

I wish I liked eggs, cause I'm sure the food was delicious.
I clicked on the link and I saw it's on sale (w/prime membership).
I think thats a good deal, instead of paying the original price.
I bought one from Longs and til this day I have never used it.