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Soboro Donburi

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One of my son’s favorite foods is Soboro Donburi. Soboro means “stir-fry ingredients until being scrambled” in Japanese. You just need egg and meat. That’s all! I usually use chicken but you can also use pork and beef if you prefer. Since this recipe is so simple and easy, I cook this dish whenever my son wants. You add sugar in egg so this dish looks like between sweets and meal. (I think that’s why he likes!)
If you want to add more color (let’s say Green color ) and nutrition, I recommend to add boiled and chopped spinach, mitsuba trefoil, green beans, asparagus etc. How about decorating them between chicken and egg? Please try it out!


Ingredients (2 servings):

2 bowls Cooked rice
100g Ground pork
2 Eggs

(A)
1 tsp (5ml) Sugar
Salt, to your taste

(B)
1 tsp (5ml) Sake
1 tsp (5ml) Sugar
2 tsp (10ml) Soy sauce

Directions:

1. Mix (A) into the beaten eggs and pour it in a frying pan. Stir quickly with using 3 cooking chop-sticks until the mix is well scrambled and heated through.

2. Put the meat and (B) in a frying pan and heat while mixing. Cook with 3 large chopsticks until the mix is well scrambled and heated through.

3. Spread 1 and 2 on top of the rice.

 

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