Thursday, July 22, 2010

Rice With Onsen Tamago And Furikake


I won't claim this to be a recipe but rather an idea for a light lunch or a quick snack. If you love onsen tamago (hot spring egg) you are going to adore this. Furikake is a type of Japanese condiment for rice. It is usually consists of sesame seeds, nori, bonito, shiso and so on and it is perfect to spice up a bowl of plain rice. I will be posting a few furikake recipes in my next "Japanese week", meanwhile you are able to find different types of furikake in both Japanese and Korean grocers. 
P.S This is a scheduled post. I will answer and reply all comments ASAP.

serves as a light lunch or a quick snack
you'll need;
cooked Japanese rice
furikake of your choice
dash of Japanese soy

method;
Place hot rice in a bowl, top with an onsen tamago and sprinkle with furikake of your choice and a dash of Japanese soy. 

26 comments:

  1. love the osen egg topping, always a delight to have in a donburi :D

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  2. This is a much better than instant noodles anytime lol
    Love the hot spring egg!

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  3. Thanks for the idea. I have to agree with LMH this is indeed much better than instant noodles!

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  4. this is a good one for my kids' luch boxes. Thanks for sharing.

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  5. Harriet from CarltonJuly 22, 2010 at 6:27 PM

    So simple but it looks so delicious with the runny yolk and the savoury toppings!

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  6. Furikake is definitely a versatile quick perk up for white rice. And Onsen Tamago - it takes some skill and technique to get it right, doesn't it? ...easy as it seems.

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  7. an awesome dish especially for tiffins :)

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  8. this is new to me..looks so yummy!!!

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  9. This looks very interesting. I've never seen this condiment but will keep my eyes open for it. It really looks interesting. I hope you are having a wonderful day. Blessings...Mary

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  10. Everything is better with onsen tamago..yum!

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  11. I have three jars of different furikake in my cupboards now. My daughter loves it and will often grab a bowl of rice and furikake for a snack! I've been meaning to make my own(I'll just fill the jars up, they come with a nice shaker) Can't wait for Japanese week!

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  12. Baru makan kat sushi king tapi bukan onsen tomago-Unatama Don Double:)sedap sangat.Kami mmg suka masakan Jepun tapi tak tahu masak:(

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  13. This is one of my typical quick meal with a little soy sauce on the egg. Sometimes I would have it with a miso soup or natto with it too.

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  14. We love that stuff too. My husband is a big fan of it. The egg is a good idea too.

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  15. Love the light lunches..that looks like a great idea and so yummy!
    Big hugs!
    B xx

    P.S. The #1 pic is such an artistic one!

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  17. Simple & nice! Would love to have some :)

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  18. i never heard of this before but looks good!

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  19. I've never heard of this before, so would like to try it!

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  20. I love this as well. I usually like to chuck in on top of omelette!

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  21. Another interesting dish and always something that I learn new. Thanks :-)

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  22. We were given some of the furikake by a friend but I had no idea what they are for lol Great idea for a quick meal! Tried your hot spring eggs, it works every time!

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  23. Must try to get some of that condiment soon. Looks delicious!

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