Tuesday, November 26, 2013

Rabbit "Oyakodon"

Oyakodon literally means parent and child and is a Japanese comfort food made with chicken and eggs.  Since rabbit does not freeze well I wanted to use my rabbit ASAP.  With Kaiser lame, I haven't been able to go to store and had to figure out what I could make with what I have at home.  Oyakodon is a simple recipe that only requires a few ingredients so I decided to see how it would taste with rabbit.
Rabbit (or Chicken)
Sliced Onions
Soy Sauce (but I like to I use Ninben Tsuyu No Moto)

Begin to cook your rice and while waiting for it to cook, butcher and then chop the rabbit (or chicken) into bite size pieces.
Add all the wet ingredients and sugar in a pan and heat on medium.  Once the liquids begins to simmer add the sliced onions.
Once the onions begin to turn color, about a few minutes, add the chopped pieces of meat and cook for a few more minutes until it is three quarters cooked.
Beat the eggs and distribute evenly the egg all around the pan.  Now do not touch or mix the ingredients any more at this point.
 Cover and let cook until the eggs are completely cooked and some of the liquids have evaporated.
Place your rice in a bowl.
Once fully cooked scoop the egg mixture and place on top of the rice then spread the remaining liquid over top and garnish with nori.


  1. Interesting recipe and sounds awesome, gonna have to give this one a try, thanks for posting it!

    1. Thanks Grouch for the comment. Try it out and let me know what you think.