The other day, I saw a Japanese food video that someone shared on Facebook and the cooking looked so easy that even though I didn’t understand the language, I knew I could cook the dish. I finally tried it, and it was a really easy one-dish-meal, so I’m going to share it here.
The portion I cooked was for 4 adults.
1 roll of luncheon meat
2 cups of rice
Stock enough for 2 cups of rice (based on the rice cooker pot)
2 tbsp soy sauce
Unwrap the luncheon meat from its wrapper and cut into small cubes.
(I chose the #GoldenPalmBrand because it is less salty than most other brands. Also, this brand is a Singapore brand, so I’m supporting local brands.)
(For the stock, I used the soup that I cooked for dinner.)
(In the video I watched, the person who cooked this dish cut the corn directly into the pot, but as the corn was really hot, i was unable to do it.)
At this point, the dish is done. When I looked at it though, I decided to add one more thing. So the last element is optional and dependent on personal preference.
It is a really simple dish that doesn’t require a lot of ingredients, and because everything (other than the sunny side up) is cooked in the rice cooker, there is lesser equipment to wash after cooking.
*Taste is a very personal thing, so please feel free to tweak the recipe to your own liking.