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Posted 1/24/09 , edited 1/24/09
Hey, minna-san!!~

U can post any japanese food recipes here like sushi, takoyaki
or anything!!!~ Hahah!!~


U can post a video link or anything!!~ This will help many people to cook
japanese food by themselves!!~ Good luck!!!~


I watch this video to make sushi rice ne~

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pYtB3Qs9BRw&feature=related

What u need is:



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wow im happy

soooo... im gona give you ma spesale okonomijaky recipe

but i dont knowe wahat every ting is cald in engelhis soo...

DONT COMPLANE but its oky to thel me the trut

you need:
this
and this it needs to be salthed and not too thic

floveher ( i mostly juses the green dragon sins it contains bakingpovder)
and some whater



the steps
1. cut up the tingy in the first foto ^_^
2. meke "" (duno howe to sey it not to thic!!!) of whater, flovher and some eggs
3. phut the soya saus and the reen thingy into the step 2 thingys
4. do this whit the bacon
5. when it is nerly done (one bothe saids) phore the step 3. over it
6. fray it inthil it is olmost sthiff on the topp and turn it over ( thats the trykky part)
7. "varsegod et" (thats norwegyan for eat up)

i hope you understod me and i hope it taiste just as god as when i make them

plees fhiks ma grama if you want to


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ne dose any one hawe the recipe 4 dango?
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minilisi wrote:

ne dose any one hawe the recipe 4 dango?


4 dango?? how it looks like?? never heard about it ne.. gomen... but i'll try to search about it..
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minilisi wrote:

ne dose any one hawe the recipe 4 dango?


4 dango?? how it looks like?? never heard about it ne.. gomen... but i'll try to search about it..


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This isn't the recipe for dango, but I actually found this on another site, and thought I'd share it with you guys
I intend to make it myself soon... maybe tomorrow morning!


Tamagoyaki (Rolled Omelette)



Ingredients
4 eggs
3 T. dashi soup stock (you may also use chicken broth)
2 T. sugar (If you don't like your tamagoyaki too sweet, reduce the amount of sugar. Or don't put any at all. ^-^ )
1 tsp soy sauce

Directions
1. Beat eggs in a bowl.

2. Add dashi soup, soy sauce and sugar in the egg and mix well.

3. Heat a frying pan on medium heat. (Preferably, use a square tamagoyaki pan, but regular frying pan is okay.)

4. Oil the pan.

5. Pour a scoop of egg mixture in the pan and spread over the surface. Cook it until half done and roll the egg toward the bottom side.

6. Move the rolled egg to the top side. Oil the empty part of the pan and pour another scoop of egg mixture in the space and under the rolled egg.

7. Cook it until half done and roll the egg again so that the omelet becomes thicker. Cook the omelet until done.

8. Let cool and then cut tamagoyaki into 1-inch thick pieces
Posted 2/5/09
I have a sweet recipe for flan!! got it from a manga. here it is!!!

Ingredients: 1 ¾ cups of milk Flan in a cup, makes 4 cups
5 table spoons of sugar Be sure to read full instructions carefully. 3 eggs I messed up and used too many bowls. ;)
a little bit of vanilla (I used ¼ teaspoon for eight)
Caramel sauce: 3 tablespoons of sugar
1 tablespoon of water

1) Put the milk on low heat and add sugar. Stir well and when the sugar ,melts, stop the heat and cool for a minute. Make sure you don’t let the milk boil.
2) Break the eggs in a bowl and stir well. (Large bowl)
3) Slowly pour the milk from step 1 into the bowl from step 2 and stir. Add vanilla.
4) Pour the mix from step 3 through a strainer. This makes the flan smoother.
5) Make the caramel sauce in a small pot. Put the water and sugar into the pot and stir quickly over high heat. When it turns brown, remove from heat put into cups. ( You might want to make triple the amount of sauce for 8 cups of flan. Making double for one serving of flan will be enough for four cups.)
6) Pour the mix from step four into the cups over the caramel sauce.
7) Fill a pot with water and put a steamer above it. When the water starts steaming, stop the heat and put the cups in the steamer. Please be careful not to burn yourself. After 2-3 minutes on high heat, lower the heat and steam for another 13- 15 minutes. When you put it on low heat, move the lid a little so some of the steam will escape. The point is to maintain it on low heat. If you put a towel under the lid, water won’t get into the flan.
8) Poke a hole in the flan with a toothpick, and if juice doesn’t come out, its done! After it cools, put it in the refrigerator.
9) Done! Top it with whipped cream or fruit and it’ll be GOOD!

NOTE: Metal flan cups conduct heat and are hard to mange. Making the flan in plastic is easier and it will come out prettier.

If the flan doesn’t turn out right while in the steamer, try putting it on high heat for four minutes instead and sixteen minutes on low heat. Depends on plastic.

Flan should turn out kind of pale because of eggs, but when refrigerated, turns a light yellow color. (Flan gets harder with more egg and softer with more milk.)

Posted 2/5/09
Heres another one for omirice!!

Ingredients: 1/3 carrot, onion Omrice (chicken rice)
¼ lb. chicken thigh
2 table spoons oil
2 cups rice
2 teaspoons of consommé soup powder
4 tablespoons ketchup
Some salt, pepper, and green peas
1 teaspoon butter

Flat and Thin Baked eggs: 1 serving
2 eggs
1 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon sugar
1 teaspoon oil
1 teaspoon butter

1) Cut up the carrot, onion and chicken into small chunks. The chicken pieces should be bite sized. Pour oil in a frying pan and stir-fry the onion and carrots. When the onion becomes transparent, add the chicken and fry until it becomes white.
2) Dissolve the consommé powder n hot water. Put the rinsed rice into the pot add the dissolved consommé and 4 cups of water. Add ketchup and stir.
3) Add the stir-fried chicken and vegetables to the pot. Add salt, pepper and butter to taste. Cook the rice. Once the rice is cooked, add green peas and mix it together.
4) Make the Omrice egg serving one at a time. Break the eggs into a bowl and add salt and sugar. Stir well. Put a frying pan on medium heat and add oil and butter. When the egg is half cooked, turn off the heat. In the middle of the eggs, place ¼ of the chick rice. Wrap and you’re done! 2 cups=4 servings.


Egg:

1) Break the eggs into a bowl and add salt and sugar. Stir and drain through a strainer.
2) Pour oil in a frying pan (no butter) and when it gets hot, take it off the heat and put the pan on top of a wet towel to cool. Wont burn as much.
3) Pour in the egg and put it back on low heat. When the surface becomes dry, use chopsticks to flip it over. Make sure it doesn’t rip. Cook the other side when it is cool, cut according to the rice ball size.
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Posted 2/8/09

DarkDaigoro wrote:

This isn't the recipe for dango, but I actually found this on another site, and thought I'd share it with you guys
I intend to make it myself soon... maybe tomorrow morning!


Tamagoyaki (Rolled Omelette)



Ingredients
4 eggs
3 T. dashi soup stock (you may also use chicken broth)
2 T. sugar
1 tsp soy sauce

Directions
1. Beat eggs in a bowl.

2. Add dashi soup, soy sauce and sugar in the egg and mix well.

3. Heat a frying pan on medium heat. (Preferably, use a square tamagoyaki pan, but regular frying pan is okay.)

4. Oil the pan.

5. Pour a scoop of egg mixture in the pan and spread over the surface. Cook it until half done and roll the egg toward the bottom side.

6. Move the rolled egg to the top side. Oil the empty part of the pan and pour another scoop of egg mixture in the space and under the rolled egg.

7. Cook it until half done and roll the egg again so that the omelet becomes thicker. Cook the omelet until done.

8. Let cool and then cut tamagoyaki into 1-inch thick pieces



WOW! I love tamago sushi!!~ Tamagoyaki?? Sounds cool lol!~ Got to try!!~ Have u try make it, dai-san??
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WOW! I love tamago sushi!!~ Tamagoyaki?? Sounds cool lol!~ Got to try!!~ Have u try make it, dai-san??


oh, yes, actually
it was REALLY good!
I should edit it, though, because it is a little sweet, and there are some people who don't like sweet things, but might like to try making this


I recommend trying it
it's fun!
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