Thursday, March 01, 2012


After making the full recipe for the agebitashi sauce, I had quite a bit of sauce leftover, so I made oyakodon with it.

Oya-ko means parent-child in this case, chicken and egg. Don is short for donburi (bowl).

I sliced some sasami (chicken breasts) and some leeks.

I put 2 ladles of the sauce, the chicken and the leeks and then heated everything until the chicken was cooked through.

Then I added some leftover veggies from the agebitashi to heat through and then added a scrambled egg.

NOTES: My ratio of sauce to "goodies" was more so it was more soupy than what you would normally find here in Japan.

Still this was good and perfect for the chilly weather we've been having.

I'd make this again.


jalna said...

I love oyako donburi!

K and S said...

me too Jalna :)

Take care.

Liz That Skinny Chick Can Bake said...

I love hearing about your meals...always so healthy and flavorful!

Rowena said...

I'm putting chicken on the shopping list right now. It's been awhile since I've made this.

K and S said...

aw you are too kind Lizzy :)

hope you enjoy your oyakodon Rowena :)

Take care you two.

KirkK said...

Looks lovely Kat.

K and S said...

Thanks Kirk :)

Take care.

Deb in Hawaii said...

So colorful with all the veggies! ;-)

K and S said...

Thanks Deb :)

Take care.