Yaki-rice is something I just made, and it's good. :)
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I was preparing to make yakisoba, and realized I had a lot of leftover rice.

I already shredded cabbage, chopped up onions and mushrooms, and cut up strips of porkbellies.

So, I decided to make yakirce. :)

I took out the farm eggs, beat 3 of them in a bowl with some Ozeki Dry sake, black pepper, and soy sauce.

I fried up the cabbage with half of the onions, and then added in the pork bellies as the cabbage cooked down. I added a little yakisoba sauce mixed it around until the meat was cooked.

I then put it aside in a bowl, and fried up the eggs. Once they were down, I added the cooked scrambled eggs into the bowl.

In the wok, I poured a little sake into it, and dropped the cold leftover rice. I mashed the rice and added in the mushroom and poured yakisoba sauce over the rice. I stirred it up until the rice was hot and the sauce evenly mixed through all of the rice.

At this point I added in all of the cooked stuff that was in the bowl, mixed it in well. I cleared the middle out, poured in a little more sake that instantly boiled and stirred it through.

I kept stirring it through until it started drying a bit.

Delicious!!!!! You guys should try it out.
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Posted 6/16/12
would you go as far to say it was scrumptious?
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Posted 6/16/12
Sounds like fried rice made with yakisoba sauce. Probably worth a try.
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GodWhomIsMike wrote:


I was preparing to make yakisoba, and realized I had a lot of leftover rice.

I already shredded cabbage, chopped up onions and mushrooms, and cut up strips of porkbellies.

So, I decided to make yakirce. :)

I took out the farm eggs, beat 3 of them in a bowl with some Ozeki Dry sake, black pepper, and soy sauce.

I fried up the cabbage with half of the onions, and then added in the pork bellies as the cabbage cooked down. I added a little yakisoba sauce mixed it around until the meat was cooked.

I then put it aside in a bowl, and fried up the eggs. Once they were down, I added the cooked scrambled eggs into the bowl.

In the wok, I poured a little sake into it, and dropped the cold leftover rice. I mashed the rice and added in the mushroom and poured yakisoba sauce over the rice. I stirred it up until the rice was hot and the sauce evenly mixed through all of the rice.

At this point I added in all of the cooked stuff that was in the bowl, mixed it in well. I cleared the middle out, poured in a little more sake that instantly boiled and stirred it through.

I kept stirring it through until it started drying a bit.

Delicious!!!!! You guys should try it out. :)


Oh gosh that sounds delectable, wow, everything looks awesome besides your mac, sorry sorry, had to say it
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It was pretty good. I am still trying to get the timing right on my stove for half boiled eggs. 3 minutes seems to be a hair too long. The white already starts to harden to the shell in spots.

I love learning how to do Japanese cooking, and making my own variations to things. Weekend hobby. I found a Japanese grocery store in Edgewater, NJ, which my friend in Kyoto told me about (she said she used it all the time when she lived in NY).
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GodWhomIsMike wrote:

It was pretty good. I am still trying to get the timing right on my stove for half boiled eggs. 3 minutes seems to be a hair too long. The white already starts to harden to the shell in spots.

I love learning how to do Japanese cooking, and making my own variations to things. Weekend hobby. I found a Japanese grocery store in Edgewater, NJ, which my friend in Kyoto told me about (she said she used it all the time when she lived in NY).


AAHH I'm so jealous, dude I wish I had a store like that, I live in New Mexico and do my best with what I have. I do my share of cooking as well, you seem pretty adept in it I love making dango, really good treat that's not so sweet
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Hey I've made that before! I guess great minds think alike in the kitchen huh? I love frankensteining ingredients in the kitchen. I also made a Chinese variation of yaki-rice which I affectionately dubbed "abandoned bird's nest". It was essentially a crispy egg noodle shell with the bottom lined with okonomiyaki with fried rice on top drizzled with some okonomi sauce. Looking at it now, it almost seems like one of those drunken, "Hey, you know what would REALLY be good right about now?"- moments hahaha
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Yum.
Posted 6/17/12
nice~

and lol my brain read yaki rice as "yucky rice" XDDDDDD
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