The Missus disagreed technically with the term “oyakodon” as she sid it should be a sort of soft omelette in one piece. She didn’t agree either with the term”Soboro” as it is fine and sweet omelette powder.
She just called “Chicken and Eggs”! LOL
What she did was to first fry the small chicken pieces in sauce before steaming the lot with the rice with the chicken on top. She later mixed the lot and added home-pickled Japanese pepper seeds.
She then added scrambled eggs.
For a closer view. She added tiny slices of home-pickled daikon for tatste and looks.
The “Garnish box” was kept healthy and simple:
Spicy fried burdock roots chips salad.
-Rape blossom plants/Na no Hana/菜の花 and carrots salad with gomadare sauce/sesame dressing.
-Shizuoka-grown kiwi fruit slices and tomatoes!
Healthy and simple, I said?
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