オムライス (omelette with rice)

this is Simon’s recipe

(not the real Japanese recipe) 

this is what you need.

  1.  Eggs (at least three)
  2. Any Japanese Rice
  3. Vegetables (of your choice)
  4. Salt and Pepper
  5. Cheese (of your choice)
  6. Herbs de Provence

Time to be creative!

This is what I do.

I take different type of mushroom like Enoki, portobello, etc. Also different type of peppers…Cook in a fry pan use avocado or olive oil when it’s done. Time to make the omelette  I take four eggs yes I said four 🙂 . Beat the eggs until blended then put in a pan when its about half cook put the ingredients in side (vegetables) use some left over rice take about one small bowl put in the microwaves 1 min then add  it to the omelette with cheese. FOLD the omelet in half with turner. With a quick flip of the wrist, turn the pan and INVERT or SLIDE omelet onto plate. SERVE immediately you can add ketchup on the side.

Good Luck and Enjoy!

 

 

 

みそ(Miso) インスピレーション(Inspiration)

Hello Everyone!

this recipe is easy and great for winter

this is what you need 

  1. miso base
  2. water
  3. vegetables (of your choice) 
  4. chicken 
  5. dry seaweed (Wakame)

Now that we have Everything 

Lets Cook!

In a small pot put as much water as you need make it boil.Then put the fire at low time to add some miso in the water one big tablespoon and then brewed with a whisk. Time to taste the water you can always add more miso. Take a little bit of dry Wakame add in bowl with water rinse it then add it to your soup with some vegetables and cooked chicken. Time to heat it again! You need to Stop it when its start to boil. We can now serve and enjoy those amazing flavours!

More ideas

Hawaiian / Japanese

マグロ丼 (Tuna With Rice)

You Want To Learn How To make It? 

Inspiration by the Japanese made by  Hawaiian they call it POKÉ

 Nice Bowl Is What You Need First!

Easy As One! Two! Three!

 Any Japanese  rice  (cooking with a rice cooker is  better)

Step One: fresh tuna (yellow tail is the best)

Step Two: Soy sauce, ponzu lime flavour , salt, sriracha sauce and (Sesame seeds optional)

Step Three: one mango, half a red onion, avocado, lime and (cucumber optional)

OK! Lets do this!

this is the hardest part cut the tuna in dice (Not to big Not to small) in a large bowl.

Now we can cut the mango, avocado and red onion in cubes Done!

Put in a bowl tuna, mango and etc… put a bit of Soy sauce, ponzu, salt and Sriracha (Not to much, we don’t want it to be spicy) OK! you made it !! put in the fridge for 20 minutes after that take you’re hot  rice put it in you’re nice bowl take the fresh tuna mix don’t forget dry seaweeds (nori)

Good Luck! And Enjoy!