Yep, the herniated disc in my neck popped out again – and got the nerve to my arm along with it. While I recover – again! – my posts are going to be a bit shorter, or perhaps even sponsored content – don’t worry I’ll have those marked 🙂 I may even dig up a post or two from my rainy-day stash!
In the meantime – here’s something that I recently posted on Circle of Moms:
A. My husband is Japanese, so we’re trying to introduce the girls to that cuisine as well. Their favorite chicken dish is called
“Oyakodon” or “Family Bowl”.
Eggs – 1 per person
1/8 cup thawed frozen peas per person
1 cup cooked rice per person
1/4 sauteed onions per person
1 tbsp soysauce per person
1 tsp brown sugar/mirin per person
1 palm-sized portion of cooked chicken chunks per person
For each individual bowl:
Basically, you put cooked rice into a bowl,
Cook chicken chunks – whether breast or thighs, up to you – and put on top of rice.
Saute onions and put on top of chicken
Lightly beat raw eggs and add a little soy sauce and either mirin (japanese sweet cooking wine) or brown sugar – and then cook them with only a little stirring (traditionally, the eggs are left a little underdone, but cook them as much as you like) they should taste a bit sweet/salty to taste so add more soy sauce or mirin/sugar as you like.
Then put the eggs on top in the bowls,
Then sprinkle the peas on top.
Serve and enjoy!