Let’s Cook Japanese Food With All-Halal Ingredients!
Talking about Japanese food, you might become up with some general options of Japanese food that is well-known internationally. In the real Japanese home, one of the most popular yet classic home cooking is a meal called “oyakodon” (親子丼）. It is a bowl of rice topped with chicken and egg which is seasoned with umami-rich dashi(stock)-based sauce which will take you less than 30 minutes to serve. Literally, “oyako”（親子）means “parents” and “child”, refers to chicken as “parents” and egg as “child”.
We found all the halal ingredients needed at the Gyomu Super! You can easily find its branch at your nearest on google.
・Chicken thigh (200 gr)
・Water (120 ccs)
・Halal soy sauce (2 tablespoons)
・Japanese stock (1 tablespoon)
・Honey or brown sugar syrup (1 tablespoon)
*Common oyakodon uses mirin to add sweetness, but we can substitute it with honey or brown sugar syrup.
How To Cook
You have tender chicken and soft creamy egg over a fluffy bed of rice. The rice absorbs delicious dashi sauce and every mouthful is sweet-salty-savory. Here you have it: a belly-filling, delicious comfort meal in one bowl.
Want to know more about what kind of halal foods you can get at Gyomu Super? We got you covered!