Oyakodon Recipe (Chicken and Egg Bowl) | Cooking with Dog

Hi, I’m Francis, the host of this show “Cooking with Dog.” First, let’s make the broth. Combine the soy sauce, mirin, dashi stock and sugar. Stir to mix and dissolve the sugar. Add the chicken pieces to the broth. The relatively thin slices of meat will cook easily and absorb the seasoning well. Next, lightly beat the eggs. Avoid overmixing to create a soft and silky texture. Now, separate every two layers of the onion. Then, cut them into 1cm slices. You can also use the white part of a long green onion instead. Add the onion to the chicken. Now, heat the pan on medium heat. And cover with a lid. When the meat begins to turn white, flip it over. If you want to give the dish a lighter flavor, use chicken breast or tenderloin instead of the thigh. When the chicken is almost cooked, add the mitsuba parsley. Then, distribute the beaten egg. By the way, a special pan called oyako nabe is often used to make oyakodon but you can substitute a small pan. Cover again. Cook the egg at least halfway through and then adjust the consistency to your taste. If you’re unsure about the quality of your eggs, please find pasteurized eggs or cook the egg completely. Place the ingredients onto a bowl of hot steamed rice. Make a shallow hole in the center. And place the fresh egg yolk into it. We recommend cooking the rice with slightly less water to enjoy the oyakodon since it will absorb the remaining broth. You can also top with sansho pepper or shredded nori seaweed to taste. Good luck in the kitchen!

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  1. just a baker

    I remember at 2008 was first time try this food,in kediri city,east java,indonesia.. at Kenzoe Bentoe japanese restaurant. My job was at beside them,nice..

  2. Hung Tran

    Ngon đỡ thể nào không biết để con chó ngồi trên bếp là không chấp nhận được. Yêu động vật là quý, nhưng người và chó là khác nhau, không thể nói ngang hàng là thiếu văn hóa

  3. Aryan Ayon

    When that person said i'm…….and cooking with dog i thought it was Chinese…….but than I realised it was actually English……

  4. 100PercentOS2

    I just got through making and eating your Oyakodon. I will have to make some changes because this Oyakodon is too bland for me. So far all of the Japanese dishes, not yours, was rich in flavor and delicious.

  5. 我是可爱的男孩子鸭

    It is a very nice video of demonstrating how to cook this meal but the narrator.. I can't tell if he's doing this accent on purpose or not because it sounds like he can speak English perfectly fine. If he's making this accent on purpose to make fun of whoever. I find it rude and disrespectful.

  6. Addison W

    this is super easy to make and super delicious!! i had it for dinner tonight. if you don't have access to dashi stock, chicken broth gives it the savory kick it needs.

  7. NNILdays

    I can’t believe I’ve lived in japan for 2 years now and haven’t tried making oyakodon at home. I’m going to make it often from now on. Thank you very much.

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